An Iranian woman, who had been appointed as the country’s first female judge, believes that women’s sensitivity can help them in many cases despite the popular belief that women cannot judge because of their sensitive nature.
A group of extremists in Saudi Arabia, outraged by a royal decision to allow women to drive, have set fire to a woman’s car in the second such incident.
Elena Subirà i Roca, the head of cultural affairs and planning at a documentary film festival in Spain’s Barcelona, says cinema is the best means for letting the world know about the wide range of women’s activities in the Iranian society.
Day schools in Iran used to expel married students and send them to boarding schools on the pretext that they would give their classmates early awareness of marital matters, but the expulsions are going to stop.
Gholi Papi, the oldest Iranian woman and perhaps the oldest human in the world, have passed away at 140.
For the first time in Iran’s futsal history, two Iranian women futsal judges are appointed to judge the European Women's Futsal Cup, chairman of the Football Federation Refereeing Department, Davood Rafati, announced here on Monday.
A visually challenged Iranian woman has put on show dozens of her amazing paintings at an exhibition in Tehran.
Around 1,000 freedom-seeking Bahraini women are behind bars in the Al-Khalifa regime’s prisons, the country’s main opposition party announced.
Shora Fekri, 28, is an Iranian girl who waterproofs rooftops, installs placards, inserts wall plugs into exterior view of buildings and does many other things which may seem odd for women in Iran.
Iranian Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar told the International Women and Justice Summit in Istanbul that family is the only remedy for the loneliness brought by modern life.