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Last week, Microsoft Corp said it’s taking steps to manage a lingering sexual misconduct scandal surrounding the company and its co-founder, Bill Gates. This week, it agreed to buy a video game publisher besieged by its own sexual harassment and discrimination crisis.
Zimbabwe has long struggled with such pregnancies and child marriages. During the pandemic, many girls became victims of sexual abuse or looked to marriage and pregnancy as an escape from poverty.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): When Dr Kanwaljit Soin found that Singapore did not have an organisation focusing on improving the social and legal status of women, she started the Association of Women for Action and Research.
The world’s 10 wealthiest men doubled their fortunes during the first two years of the coronavirus pandemic as poverty and inequality soared, a report said on Jan 17.
Three in 10 Singaporeans still plan to holiday abroad this year despite rise in Covid-19 cases: Survey
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Nearly three in 10 here are planning to travel overseas this year even if the current global Covid-19 situation remains the same, despite the international resurgence of Covid-19 cases and changing travel restrictions as the Omicron variant sweeps the globe.
PETALING JAYA: LBS Bina Group Bhd announced the appointment of Datuk Yong Lei Choo as its new independent non-executive director, member of LBS remuneration committee and risk management Committee, effective Jan 14.
THE Chinese New Year tradition holds true that wearing spanking new outfits, especially with plenty of red, symbolises a new start and fresh hopes for the brand new year.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Thousands fell silent at candlelit vigils in towns and cities across Ireland on Friday in memory of a young jogger killed in broad daylight, in what campaigners called a "watershed moment" in the call to end violence against women.
SEOUL: People with hair loss in South Korea should have their treatments covered by the state to prevent “discrimination”, the ruling party’s presidential candidate pledged in what critics called a bald bid to pull ahead in neck-and-neck polls.