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While Afghanistan's male cricketers have enjoyed a series of surprise successes on the global stage since the fall of the Taliban, the national women's team was quietly disbanded just a few years after it was formed in 2010, amid fears over safety.
The United States has always seen itself as the good guy in the international arena, but in 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic and the Trump administration’s response to it has exposed the nation like nothing else ever could.
How 'The Turner Diaries' continues to inspire right-wing groups opposed to the US government.
Music artiste Pablo Hasel rejects imprisonment, draws focus to gag law.
Celebrities have responded publicly to the attacks, which left eight people dead, including six women of Asian descent.
Freedom? HK's M+ Museum aims to rival Western contemporary heavyweights like Tate Modern and MoMA
The series first aired in 1999 and has since clocked in over 1,000 episodes.
The Academy Award-nominated actor expressed concern that he could have contributed to the outbreak.
Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul was awarded a top European rights prize on Monday in recognition of her fight for women's rights in the kingdom, including her efforts to end a ban on women driving.