On 22 November, a UN war crimes tribunal will deliver its verdict in the trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief General Ratko Mladic. In his home village of Bozanovici, he is still seen as a hero.
Landmark ruling sees company lose ruling its drivers should be classed as workers rather than self-employed.
Germany's highest court has ordered that a "third gender" be recognised on official documents including birth certificates in a decision met with praise by intersex campaigners.
An asylum seeker from El Salvador alleges that a female guard at a privately-owned detention centre in Texas, sexually assaulted her repeatedly.
In a call with Iranian Foreign Minister, Johnson offered to visit Iran to discuss the case and said his remarks were "no justifiable basis for further action".
Two Muslim women kicked out of a municipal swimming pool for wearing burkini in Granada, Spain. Incident described as possible "Islamophobic hate crime."
Foreign Office speaks as Johnson is criticised for incorrectly stating that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was working at the time of her arrest in Iran.
Nancy Friday collected and shared women's sexual fantasies in her book My Secret Garden. She died on 6 November, aged 84.
Nazanin Ratcliffe was detained in 2016 as she tried to return to the UK after a family vacation. She was accused of leading a "soft coup" and sentenced to five years in prison.
Parents caught their daughter's alleged gang rapists after police refused to take her complaint seriously in Bhopal. Sexual assault remains pervasive issue in India.
The unfurling of a rainbow flag at a rock concert sparked a harsh anti-LGBT crackdown in Egypt, and experts fear that the worst is yet to come
Tuesday Flanders has accused Fulham Boys School of discrimination after her 12-year-old Rastafarian son Chikayzea was ordered to cut off his dreadlocks or face suspension.
New polling from the University of Chicago shows divisions between US millennials of different racial backgrounds over hot button topics.
Former deputy ambassador to the United Kingdon, Thae Yong-ho gave evidence to US lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Rabia Nasimi fled Afghanistan, along with her family, when she was five. In the UK, her new home, she was able to thrive and fight her way to Cambridge.