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Taliban chief orders all Afghan women to wear burqa in public
The Taliban on Saturday imposed one of the harshest restrictions on Afghanistan's women since seizing power, ordering them to wear the all-covering burqa in public.
U.S. asset freezes worsen Afghan women’s suffering: U.N. experts
The United States, as well as the Taliban authorities, is contributing to the suffering of women in Afghanistan through asset freezes, U.N. independent experts said on Monday.
Afghan universities reopen, but few women return
Afghanistan's main universities reopened on Saturday, six months after the Taliban returned to power, but only a trickle of women returned to now-segregated classes.
Iran seeks to develop economic activities of women’s cooperatives: Ostadrezaei
By Sadeq Dehqan Part I Women’s participation in various economic and social fields is one of the major indicators of development in any country, based on which societies try to provide the opportunities for their participation to benefit from social, economic, cultural and educational sectors of the society.
Ostadrezaei: Iranian women, men raise Iran’s flag in economy, other sectors
The zealous Iranian women and men do their utmost to raise Iran in the fields of the economy, culture, education, training and upbringing of the powerful generation of the future of the country.
Iran hails ‘significant’ progress in empowering women despite U.S. sanctions
Iran hailed making considerable progress toward empowering women and girls, despite U.S. illegal and inhumane sanctions targeting the country.
Portuguese museum exhibits women’s contribution to ceramics
Portugal is known for its love of ceramics, with the colorful tiles creating impressive artworks and embellishing the interior and exterior of churches, palaces, ordinary houses, schools, and even railway stations around the country.
Theatre in UK could face exodus of women after pandemic, study finds
Leading women in British theatre expressed concern that cash-strapped theatres could prioritise staging “safe” work by men and face an exodus of female talent if urgent action is not taken to support women after the pandemic.
Abyar: Cinema in dire need of feminine perspective
Iranian filmmaker Narges Abyar, who made such films as ‘When the Moon Was Full’ (2019), ‘Breath’ (2016), and ‘Track 143’ (2014) has no doubt that the world needs more talented female filmmakers. Actually, there is a ‘dire need’ for them, she says. Her latest film, ‘Pinto,’ which is specifically about women and their problems in a complex, traditional society, will soon be released, distributed by Outsider Pictures. She is also making a series based on the well-known Iranian novel, ‘Savušun,’ written by Simin Daneshvar, the reputed Iranian female author, as well as currently working in China on a joint project on the Silk Road.
Women's interest in Olympics on the rise: Research
Interest in the Olympic Games among women is rising, with nearly as many women as men now keen on the sports extravaganza due to begin in the Japanese capital at the end of next week, according to research released on Wednesday.
Iran's national women rifle team snatches gold medal
National women’s rifle team of Iran bagged the gold medal at the Croatia ISSF - International Shooting Sport Federation - World Cup competitions on Friday.
Motion Picture Academy chooses 2021-22 governors; women dominate newly elected class
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its newly elected 2021–2022 Board of Governors. Among the first-timers is Rita Wilson for the Actors Branch, while Oscar- and Emmy-winning director Susanne Bier returns for a new term in the Directors Branch, as does two-time Oscar show producer Jennifer Todd for the Producers Branch. Seven out of 12 governors elected for the first time are women, as are three out of four returning governors.

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