Gymnast Kara Eaker has announced her retirement from gymnastics amid alleged abuse from a coach at the University of Utah. The 20-year-old is also withdrawing from the university as a student and cites a lack of support from the school’s administration.
In this roundup of the week's arts and culture news, we look at Irish rock group U2's musical tribute to the victims of the Hamas assault at the Supernova desert dance festival. In light of the unprecedented violence in Israel and Gaza, the Arab World Institute in Paris decides to postpone events related to a current exhibition about Palestine. We also look at the film adaptation of Vanessa Springora's memoir "Consent" – a chilling account of her abusive relationship as an adolescent with a much older, influential writer.
An international investigation has revealed that migrant workers are exploited by employers who hide behind diplomatic immunity. A former Filipino domestic worker told DW that her employer stole over €80,000 in wages.
Romania is reeling after recent revelations of appalling abuse and squalid conditions at "horror care homes" for the elderly and disabled. The authorities have now launched investigations.
Widespread access to smartphones and the internet in India have brought online gaming closer to the masses. But female gamers are increasingly encountering abuse and threats online.
Victims who were sexually abused within the Catholic Church have cycled hundreds of kilometers from the Bavarian capital to Rome together. They had a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican to hand over their message.
Maids in India risk being assaulted, tortured and forced to work under laws that deny them even the most basic labor rights. On International Women's Day, DW looks into the struggle to improve their position.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said on Tuesday that the abuse that has been directed at his player Vinicius Jr is a problem for the whole of Spanish football, not for the 22-year-old Brazilian.