DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – A new study by Human Rights Watch says Saudi Arabia's male guardianship system is the most significant impediment to realizing women's rights in the kingdom.
The system effectively renders adult women as legal minors, preventing them from traveling abroad, obtaining a passport, marrying or leaving prison without the consent of a male relative. In some cases, employers will not hire women and hospitals will not perform surgeries without permission from ma...
06:31 Group: China's opaque anti-graft probes rife with abuse13
14:24 It's 'rediculous': Donald Trump denies he will be working on 'Celebrity Apprentice' during presidency, slams CNN for 'FAKE NEWS'12
12:47 Dutch company to buy 3M's identity management business13
22:27 The Latest on Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb's Legal Battle Over Her Embryos15