'From bloody revolution to corporate breakfasts': International Women's Day in the press
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IN THE PAPERS - Friday, March 8: From Beirut to Berlin to Burkina Faso, papers mark International Women's Day with calls for equality. The brother of a detained Saudi rights activist criticises the crown prince for falsely claiming change while jailing the women who are truly working towards it. Ethiopian Airlines marks the day with a flight run by an all-female crew, NASA gears up for the first-ever female space walk, and a Russian military group misses the mark with a ballerina photo shoot.