Pregnancy trap for workers in controversial Japan scheme
When Vanessa, a worker with Japan's 'technical intern' programme, told her supervisors she was pregnant, she says they first suggested an abortion and then pressured her to quit.
Born in a war: Kyiv maternity hospital carries on under siege
One woman speaks of seeing others who had just given birth by Caesarean section rushed from the wards to underground passageways to protect them from bombardment.
Court rejects govt’s bid to suspend ruling on equal citizenship for children born overseas
Lawyer Gurdial Singh Nijar says the judge found that the defendants' position in the case was contradictory.
Listen to the voice of Malaysian mums, says Annuar as Putrajaya panned in citizenship case
The communications minister says the matter should be brought to the Cabinet.
Unemployed but working 24 hours a day, the new norm for mums
Parental stress and maternal burnout lurk around the corner as mothers struggle to balance family, work and chores with little or no time at all for personal activities.