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As Zika danger decreases, travel warnings for pregnant women are easing

Much of the onus for assessing risk will now fall on health-care providers

Six days after mosque attacks, New Zealand bans military-style rifles

‘On 15 March, our history changed forever. Now, our laws will, too,’ said Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

K-pop stars are being taken down. But the headlines don’t capture South Korea’s pervasive gender inequality.

The entertainment industry is just one aspect of a much broader problem

Her ‘performance has been extraordinary’: Jacinda Ardern lauded for her response to New Zealand mosque attacks

The prime minister’s leadership has been called ‘swift’ and ‘strong’ following the tragedy

Naomi Osaka on role models, happiness and rice

The Lily spoke with the No. 1 tennis player in the world, who was recently named a Barbie role model

Most people don’t understand modern-day arranged marriage. These books are here to help.

Written by women who have knowledge of the tradition, these recent novels offer a corrective to misconceptions

‘The time to act is now’: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says gun laws will change

The swift action comes after a gunman opened fire at two mosques, killing 50

As the message of female empowerment sweeps the sports world, Nike unveils its Women’s World Cup kits

At the unveiling in Paris this week, The Lily spoke with soccer legend Brandi Chastain and other athletes about the girls they hope to inspire

50 people killed in terrorist attack at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called it ‘an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence’

A trio of female judges in Italy ruled a woman was too ‘masculine’ to be raped

Hundreds of people on Monday protested outside the appeals court in Ancona