Judges find workplace rules governing all political and religious clothing is not discriminatory
'With hundreds of millions of women and girls affected by this violence, we need a wholesale change in how laws are created,' says Equality Now spokesperson
Ben Weyts hopes police will be able to find the bicycle using CCTV
Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Finland, Canada and Cape Verde all lend support
The ban on the sale, production and import of the burka demonstrates a more considered response to a rising fear of extremism than the burkini ban which swept through France in 2016. But it still looks a lot like the unofficial ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia
New evidence shows Amri travelled through at least five European countries before being shot
One in three Britons feel this year will be no better than 2016
The boy's stepfather admits to forcing the child to stand outside as a punishment for taking food from the fridge
UNESCO also adds Cuba's sensual rumba dance to list of 'intangible' heritage
Belgian Foreign Minister hails deal as proof 'borders can be redrawn in a peaceful way'
Every year, the World Economic Forum releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world's economies.
‘All parliaments are now able to approve by tomorrow at midnight. Important step for EU and Canada,’ tweets Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel
Wallonia votes 46 to 16 against the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement
But half say the presence of Muslim immigrants enriches society
Hicham Diop, 43, remains in custody after stabbing two police officers in Belgium
Attacker also breaks nose of one officer before police shoot him in the leg