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McDonalds flipped its golden arches for International Women's Day and received a torrent of Twitter burns

McDonalds flipped its golden arches for International Women's Day and received a torrent of Twitter burns

The Quarter Pounder would like women to know he cares. To celebrate International Women's Day, McDonalds decided to offer paid maternity leave flip their brand logo upside down, turning the infamous
Link About It: Celebrating Artists on International Women's Day

Link About It: Celebrating Artists on International Women's Day

While we shouldn't only celebrate women artists one day of the year, It's Nice That is showcasing the work (and thoughts) of an all-star-cast of women artists for IWD 2018. Working with various styles
Smash Mouth totally nailed International Women's Day with this very mediocre art

Smash Mouth totally nailed International Women's Day with this very mediocre art

You might know American alt-rock band Smash Mouth for their iconic song, "All-Star," which opens the 2001 classic Shrek and has been meme'd and meme'd time after time. But Smash Mouth is also a fierce
Judge wants Trump to stop blocking people on Twitter

Judge wants Trump to stop blocking people on Twitter

Not only is Donald Trump the first American president to aggressively use Twitter, he's also the first to invite a possible constitutional crisis because of it. In the question of whether Trump can
6 brands contributing to feminist causes for International Women's Day

6 brands contributing to feminist causes for International Women's Day

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. March 8 marks International
30 Japanese Folklore Monsters to Keep You Up at Night

30 Japanese Folklore Monsters to Keep You Up at Night

Be respectful of your shoes, towels and walls. They could come alive at night and kill you.

1968 through the lens of German photo journalist Robert Lebeck

Photographs by German Robert Lebeck are historical snapshots. His works from 1968 are on now show at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. They reveal both pivotal and everyday moments.

Outrage at Fashion Week as Chanel fells '100-year-old trees'

German designer Karl Lagerfeld's latest ready-to-wear show for Chanel has been condemned by environmental activists who believe it included ancient trees. The French luxury brand has promised to

'The legendary Garry Kasparov was a competitive beast!'

Garry Kasparov, Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian are just a few of the top chess players David Llada has photographed. Ahead of the World Chess Championship, he discussed with DW how chess combines

Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi wins prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize

Balkrishna Doshi has won the Pritzker Architecture Prize, becoming the first Indian to win the highest honor in architecture. The 90-year-old architect has dedicated his life's work to empowering the

Overtourism: where will it take us?

At the ITB travel trade show in Berlin "overtourism" is hotly debated. Majorca, Venice and Berlin — they all suffer from the excesses of tourism, even though tourists are an important economic factor.

New Barbie dolls pay tribute to inspiring women

A day before International Women's Day, toymaker Mattel is releasing a collection of 17 new dolls honoring modern-day and historic role models, from Mexican painter Frida Kahlo to British boxing

How traditional embroidery helps Palestinian women achieve independence

Once a craft practiced by village women, "tatreez" has become a symbol of women's resistance, identity and heritage. Fatima Abbadi, who spent years exploring its rich and turbulent history, told DW

Who were the pioneers of Germany's women's movement?

Although Germany's women rights activists weren't as radical as their sisters in Britain, they started their struggle for equal rights very early, and they persevered.

China plans huge national park for pandas

The bears are considered to be the national animal of China. Their awarding is an important diplomatic gesture and a good deal. So that it works better with the panda offspring, the animals should get

'Women are still legally discriminated in 155 countries'

Female genital mutilation, domestic violence, patriarchal structures — the fight for women's rights is far from over. The director of the organisation Terre des Femmes weighs in on the current

The hostage crisis that shook Germany's rules of reporting: Gladbeck

A new TV miniseries revisits the 1988 Gladbeck hostage crisis. Dubbed the "darkest hour" in postwar German media history, coverage of the event shattered the nation and redefined the rules of

New works in Germany's art collection: interpreting the state of the country

The exhibition "Germany Is Not an Island" in Bonn features the latest acquisitions for Germany's official contemporary art collection. What do these works reveal about the state of the country?
Rachel Dolezal's Son Speaks Out About His Mom in a New Netflix Doc

Rachel Dolezal's Son Speaks Out About His Mom in a New Netflix Doc

'The Rachel Divide' will center on Dolezal's controversy and the people in her life who got dragged into it.