In Spain, at least one woman dies every week at the hands of her partner, a statistic that has prompted the government to launch a campaign against domestic violence. As reported on the blog The F Word, Spain's Bilbao airport is plastered with government sponsored ads featuring slogans like "Don't even think about hitting me. Ever" and "When you abuse a woman you stop being a man." Fighting domestic violence has been a priority in the administration of Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, who, since his inauguration in 2004 has passed a Law on Gender Equality, appointed a majority of women to his cabinet, and created special courts to prosecute domestic violence. But sadly, despite the government crackdown the violence hasn't decreased, with 32 Spanish women killed in domestic violence cases by May this year. [IPS]