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The refugee crisis remains a hot topic in Europe. The sexual assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve have made it even more complicated. Another sexual crime committed by a refugee was reported last week. Read a reader’s comment here. Another question that popped up: Do women have to vote for Hillary Clinton to become the next US president just because she is a woman? And the never ending debate: Who should do the household chores; only the wife, or the wife and the husband?

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12.02.2016 | 15:03

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Muniba Mazari: Empowering Women and Girls in Pakistan

© Muniba Mazari

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Muniba Mazari represents the modern woman in Pakistan. In a conservative country like Pakistan, she has broken the stereotypes. She is a writer, artist, singer, activist and a motivational speaker . The beautiful and attractive young female is also a paraplegic, having lost control of both legs after sustaining injuries in a car accident. Recently, UN Women, the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women, named Muniba Mazari as Pakistan’s first female goodwill ambassador to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.

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05.02.2016 | 12:37

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Bad habits that cause premature aging

AgingWithout realizing it our daily habit can cause premature aging. This has negative impacts on the health of your organs. Here are eight bad habits that cause damage to your health.

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04.02.2016 | 12:35

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tweetBritish Prime Minister called muslim women “traditionally submissive”, and in Rome the nude statues were covered when Iran’s president visited the country. What do readers say about it?

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04.02.2016 | 12:00

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Women in the News

gemeinsamThe sexual assaults that happened in Cologne Germany on New Year’s Eve have become more of a political issue than a crime against women. A similar thing can be seen in the case of an alleged rape of a Russian-German girl by refugees in Berlin. Now Germany has reacted after Russia demanded an explanation over Germany’s handling of the case. Read more here!

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04.02.2016 | 11:50

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