Women in Egypt heed warning from Iranian women on rights
Reversal of women's rights after implementation of Islamic rule in Iran a warning to women in Egypt and Tunisia to make sure same doesn't happen to them with Islamic grups looking to assume leadership
Newborn babies charged full price for London Olympics ?paper
Policy sparks a row among ticketholders, may even constitute a case for "indirect sex discrimination"
Indian engineer develops online map to show horrors of gender abuse
Map inspired by Thomson Reuters Foundation poll that rated India as fourth most dangerous place for women in the world
FACTBOX-Obstacles to justice facing Pakistan's incest victims
Dismissive attitudes by family, doctors, police and judges stymie legal process
Girl's fight for justice breaks silence on incest in Pakistan
Report on incest in Pakistan confronts a long-hidden problem that is rarely addressed
FACTBOX -Rights groups urge Pakistan to more effectively address incest
Report identifies areas where laws and procedures hamper reporting of cases and prosecution
Indian priest charged for conducting marriage at "knife-point" - report
Dehli court charges priest with kidnapping and compelling a woman to marry, even though the woman made no allegations against him
Internet and Communication Rights: The Forgotten Womens Rights
Each day in Cairo, Noha Atef, adds entries to her blog Torture in Egypt, in which she documents human rights abuses by the police. She adds photos and tags individual officers who are alleged torturers by name. Atef's blog stands as a database of evidence, used in court cases to convict authorities. She lives with her family. In their household, her parents routinely receive anonymous phone calls containing threats to rape and kill her if she does not stop blogging.