12 January 2018, 08:29 | Taylor George
Over 300 Arrested in Tunisia as Protests Expand
Iceland becomes first country to legalize equal pay between men and women
The bill was introduced in April 2017 and was supported by a parliament where half of the members are women. Iceland has had an Equal Pay Act since 1961, but what's true in theory wasn't always true in practice.
England can not hide truth of Ashes hammering, says Boycott
Ironically, during the Ashes , Bayliss had said he was the right man to lead England . It's something we weren't able to replicate and something we want to find'.
South Africa's graft-tainted Zuma announces anti-corruption probe
The claim incensed safe-sex campaigners - not least because Zuma was head of the country's national AIDS council at the time. He said that the leaders will review progress in countries such as Somalia and South Sudan.
Gal Gadot and Revlon Want You to Live Your Life Boldly
She added: "I try to make sure that [Alma] has good self-esteem and confidence and that she will love herself". The idea behind this is to bring power women together to share experiences about life and beauty diversity.