Stories from 20 December 2015
'The ideal 'kelin' pours tea with her right hand, but never a full cup.'
Twenty-one Saudi women won seats in municipal elections for the first time ever. Now Saudi women, banned from driving their own cars in the conservative kingdom, demand more.
Women in Kenya often don't go for prenatal visits, but now there's one way to get them to the clinic: sweet potatoes they grow for their families and to sell.
"According to some inside Ethiopia, NGO’s are being warned not to use the words “famine, starvation or death” in their food appeals."
'Even Archduke Franz Ferdinand, whose assassination in 1914 triggered the World War I, came to hunt in Nepal invited by Maharajah Bir Shumsher in March 1893.'