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Last 16 berths up for grabs after Lloyd clears path for...

Eight places in the last 16 are still up for grabs heading into the final round of group matches.

Supporting women’s mental health in the workplace

Employers are now trying to curb workplace stress by offering talking therapies, rest, and encouraging healthy lifestyles.

Taboo-breaking TV soap on sex and women has Senegal in a...

In conservative Senegal, where even an on-screen kiss is rare, the self-described monitors of public morality are in uproar.

Light exposure during sleep linked to weight gain in women

One of the key findings was that women who slept with a television or a light on in the room were 17% more likely to have gained 5kgs or more during the study period.

On day of defence, Canada win but Argentina thwart Japan

Argentina knows they cannot compete with Japan playing open attacking football so they chose to defend.

Sacked Australia women’s coach gets public apology

Stajcic says he was going to take legal action over the comments from FFA which led to the apology.

‘Tough journey’: The South Korean mother blazing trail at World Cup

Hwang is the only wedded woman in the squad and its oldest member at 31.

Uncertainty over Serena fitness, Osaka form at Roland Garros

Doubts over Serena’s fitness has many putting her as an outsider to win Roland Garros.

World Rugby target major growth for women’s game

The global governing body of rugby union said there were already 2.7 million women playing the game.

From mother to daughter, Tunisia potters pass on ancestral know-how

The women of Sejnane make and decorate their artisan pottery with natural elements from the agricultural region.

First black African woman scales Everest

Following three failed attempts, 47-year-old South African mountaineer Saray Khumalo became the first black African woman to summit the world's highest mountain.

UMS gets RM300,000 Unicef grant to address issues facing women, kids

This makes UMS the first university in Malaysia to collaborate with Unicef in attending to such issues.

How to let your inner leader out

There is no one right way to be a leader. Whatever field you work in, whatever talents and personality you have — you can be a leader.

Here’s how to ensure gender equality, women’s group tells govt

WAO says Putrajaya must work harder so that women can participate in society in safety and with equality.

Buffett says women should invest more

Buffet says when someone presents him with an investment idea he's not gonna ask them what their gender is.

Top 10 women-empowering movies of all times

From lawyers to nuns, to private detectives and baseball players, women have inspired us in many fascinating ways.

5 ways women can make the first move

Why wait till he gets his act together? Be the first to take the bulls by the horns by using these creative ways to make that first date with him a reality.

Bare-faced cheat: Women ‘better at hiding infidelity’

Research also suggests that less attractive men tend to 'engage in actual mate poaching'.

Enough mansplaining: women tackle gender investment gap

Confidence is key: 61% of women in the Acorns study felt they had a low level of understanding when it came to investing, compared to 43% of men.

12 things men can do to be better allies to women

In order to have a better world for women, we have to build it. This involves helping men become better men and better allies to our sisters.

India votes: Women demand rights from govt

Indian women wants a government that thinks about women's rights and safety.

Actress Michelle Williams at US Capitol to push for pay equality

The 'Brokeback Mountain' star is taking the lead and pushing for equal pay for women across America.

5 pieces of advice from successful women entrepreneurs

Women can be anything they want to be, that includes being business owners or entrepreneurs and they can learn it from women who has done it before.

Special Muslim marriage court to begin operations in May

It will have the authority to confiscate the property of any man who fails to provide for his ex-wife.