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She was a year away from going to college. Then the Taliban banned her from school.

As her first day of school under the Taliban rule approached, Sajida Hussaini was hopeful. Her father, a 17-year-old teacher, and her mother had taught her and her siblings the value of education, and now she was a...

Me, a Brit, went to Tokyo, and here are 17 things I noticed that are quite different from the UK

Yes, that's a rabbit on a leash. Hi, I'm Sam and I'm a Brit living in London. I love to travel and I...

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis starred in The Trooping The Color

For the first time, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis rode together in a carriage for the annual Trooping the Color parade, as the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations kicked off in London on Thursday.Dressed in blue, the children...

Jill Biden Made a Surprise Visit to Ukraine to Meet Their First Lady

After nearly two hours in Ukraine, Biden's motorcade then returned to Slovakia.The US first lady is touring Eastern Europe to meet US troops and Ukrainian refugees.Earlier on Sunday, she met volunteers in Slovakia helping refugees and visited another school...

Elon Musk will fund his Twitter deal with money from countries that suppress free speech

When Elon Musk announced his offer to buy Twitter last month, he said he wanted to make the social network a beacon for free speech. But while Musk is scrambling to raise funding for the $44 billion deal,...

WHO has nearly tripled its estimate of the death toll from the pandemic

The problem is that 85 of the 194 countries surveyed by the WHO technical advisory group that came up with the new estimates don't have enough death registries for this to be a viable approach. Forty-one of those...