Police women injured at women's rights rallies in Mexico

BBC News: Turkish and Mexican police used tear gas at rallies for women's rights took to the streets on International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which is celebrated annually on 25 November. This was reported by BBC News.

On the streets of Istanbul, participants in mass actions clashed with security officials who urged citizens to disperse. Some of them demanded the resignation of the government due to Turkey's withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention, an international treaty aimed at protecting women's rights.

In Mexico, police used tear gas and smoke bombs to disperse rallies. According to the newspaper, some demonstrators pelted the security officials with bottles, stones and flares. Law enforcement officials said at least 17 people were injured during the demonstrations. Ten female police officers were among the injured.

According to the human rights organization Amnesty International, at least ten women and girls are killed every day in Mexico.

Earlier, professor from the Zagreb Institute of Philosophy Ivana Skuhal Karasman said that feminism in the West will continue to take on more and more radical forms, which, in turn, will lead to an increase in male-hatred. “I do not exclude that it will come to attacks on men,” the philosopher predicted. In her opinion, radical feminists will increase pressure on women who do not share their ideas.