If you watch this VICE episode, the presenter sounds like a native speaker, but uses "woman" instead of "women" every time (probably over a dozen times in the 10 minute video).
Specifically, the presenter is either pronouncing the word "women" in an unusual way (so: is this some kind of dialect or regional variation?) or he's using the singular "woman" when the plural "women" would be expected (in which case: is there a reason for such usage? Or, if we can't fathom the reporter's reasons, is there precedent for this?).
You might have expected the police at these marches to protect the woman
for defending civilization, from woman he branded "barbarians"
as well as the increased restrictions on woman's rights