Headline, March 11 2019/ ''' '' WOMEN LEADERS WORLD ' '''


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THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - for every subject in the world, rises to give you all a  standing ovation, and assure your esteemed selfs of our highest regards and best wishes:

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern/ New Zealand, President Halimah Yacob, Singapore, President Salome Zurabishvili/Georgia, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed/Bangladesh.   

PARIS : Thousands took to the streets across the globe to mark International Women's Day despite the coronavirus outbreak forcing the cancellation of slew of events in Asia, as violence marred European gatherings.

IN CHINA - the epicentre of the epidemic that has killed more than 3,500 people and infected over  100,000 worldwide - state broadcaster CCTV highlighted the work of female medical workers on the frontlines in the fight against the virus.

Despite growing fears over the worsening epidemic, marches went ahead in Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines, while women also rallied in ultra-conservative Pakistan demanding ''freedom''.

A women's marathon planned in India was postponed over virus concerns as Prime Minister Narendra Modi said prominent women would run his social media accounts for the day.

France saw a clutch of virus deaths takes its virus toll to 16 but Paris hosted several rallies - one of which saw violence which organisers blamed on police. In South Korea, where more than 7,000 virus infections make it the hardest hit country outside China, several events were cancelled.

'Although we can't be physically together, our minds are for realising gender equality are stronger than ever,'' the country's gender-equality minister Lee Jung-Ok said in a video message.

Many feminist groups held online campaigns instead of street marches, using hashtags FemaleStrike, PowerUp and 38InternationalWomensDay to raise awareness of gender inequality.

In Bangkok, protesters called for improved labour protections amid the epidemic that has infected dozens in Thailand, and greater rights under a military-aligned government. Organisers blamed virus fears for the fact that the turnout was lower than last year.

Hundreds of women and men rallied in the Philippines capital Manila burning a giant effigy of President Rodrigo Duterte - who they accuse of misogyny - to mark the day.

''The violence and poverty among women are getting worse,'' Joms Salvador of women's group Gabriela said.

''While we have 37 laws related to women's rights, on the ground what is happening is a widespread violence in the forms of domestic abuse, sexual harassment and rape,'' he said.

A big crowd gathered out in Melbourne to watch the women's Twenty-20 World cup final between India and Australia. US singer Katy Perry, wearing an outfit emblazoned with the female symbol, performed her hit single ''Roar'' ahead of the game.

Elsewhere, women also turned out in force, in the whole of Latin America, Iraq and Lebanon, while Mexico, which has along battled deep-rooted history of  gender-violence staged rallies, notably in the northern border city of Ciudaad Juarez.

Back in Europe, Italian President Sergio Mattarella recorded a video message : ''to express a grateful thought to the women - and there are so many - who are working in hospitals......... in the red [quarantine] zones to fight the spread of the virus that worries us today.''

And the entire world rose : ''Who's doing the washing up.'' they chanted. ''We're making a revolution.'' 

With respectful dedication to Framer Founders of !WOW!, Mankind, Grandmothers, Mothers, Leaders, Students, Professors and Teachers of the World.

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