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Saudi Arabia's next revolution: Female taxi drivers Saudi Arabia's next revolution: Female taxi drivers

King Salman last month decreed that women will be allowed driving permits


UNESCO, controversial custodian of culture UNESCO, controversial custodian of culture

With 195 member states, the UN's cultural arm UNESCO says it aims to build peace through education, science, culture and communication


Why did Vikings have 'Allah' embroidered into funeral clothes? Why did Vikings have 'Allah' on clothes?

They were kept in storage for more than 100 years, dismissed as typical examples of Viking Age funeral clothes


Queen will not lay Remembrance Sunday wreath Queen will not lay Remembrance Sunday wreath

Prince Charles will take her place in laying the floral tribute on behalf of the nation, along with the Duke of Edinburgh's equerry


Can we tell if Donald Trump has a high IQ? What is Donald Trump's IQ?

In 2013, he tweeted that his IQ was "much higher" than Barack Obama and George W Bush


Rohingya crisis: Finding out the truth about Arsa militants The truth about Rohingya militants

The attacks that started in the early hours of 25 August on around 30 police and army posts, triggering a ruthless military counter-attack


Religious freedom another casualty of Southeast Asia’s regressive turn Religious freedom another casualty of Southeast Asia’s regressive turn

The Freedom of Religion or Belief under threat in Southeast Asia reports analyse the situation across the 10 Asean member states


Nobel winner says goal is to make nukes unacceptable Nobel winner says goal is to make nukes unacceptable

Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the ICAN, says for a long time nuclear weapons have been seen as "an issue of the past" that isn't relevant


Malala Yousafzai attends first lecture at Oxford University Malala attends her first Oxford lecture

The 20-yr-old Nobel Peace Prize winner accepts a university place in August at Lady Margaret Hall college to study philosophy, politics and economics


18,523 pregnant Rohingyas, 42,541 children in health risks 18,523 pregnant Rohingyas, 42,541 children in health risks

So far, some 150 women have given birth to their babies in Bangladesh, sources at the Health Department say


Bomb survivors of Japan hail ICAN Nobel win Bomb survivors of Japan hail ICAN Nobel win

Ageing survivors of the atomic bombing of the two Japanese cities spearhead an anti-nuclear campaign



Communist Party congress: How China picks its leaders

How China's Communist Party picks leaders

The 19th congress will begin on 18 October and while significant leadership changes are expected current Party leader


Kashmir 'mass rape' survivors fight for justice Kashmir 'mass rape' survivors fight for justice

On 23 Feb,1991, India had started a large scale military operation in an attempt to control a popular armed insurgency against Indian rule in Kashmir


Indian farmers bury themselves protesting land acquisition Indian farmers bury themselves protesting land acquisition

Hundreds of farmers near Jaipur city partially bury themselves in pits to protest against 'forceful' land acquisition


Cambodia opposition politician Mu Sochua 'feared arrest' Cambodia opposition chief 'feared arrest'

Harassment of opposition figures is nothing new in Cambodia

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