The No. 2 UConn women’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season, 73-57, to No. 1 South Carolina in the championship game of the inaugural Battle 4 Atlantis women’s basketball tournament in the Bahamas.
The United States and a group of Western countries including Germany, France and Britain have expressed concern over reported killings and disappearances of former members of the Afghan security forces after the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in August.
New format from 2023 as England win 20-0 and Belgium 19-0Uefa’s head of women’s football hits out at Fifa over calendarThe format of European qualification for the Women’s World Cup and Women’s Euros will change from 2023, Uefa’s head of women’s football, Nadine Kessler, has confirmed, after 29 games with margins of seven goals or more between September and November drew heavy criticism.
A powerful United Nations committee deferred a decision on applications by the ruling authorities of both countries, widely regarded as pariahs, to replace envoys of the governments they had toppled.
Treasury yields were mixed early Thursday, with the 10- and 30-year rates slipping and shorter-end rates slightly higher, as initial jobless claims climbed.
The reversal threatens Chinese technology groups’ two-decade love affair with Wall Street.
Royal Family Angered by BBC Princes Doc Members of the Royal Family are reported to be threatening to boycott the BBC over a documentary set to air tonight about Prince William and Prince Harry’s relationship with the press. According to the UK’s Daily Mail, the Royal Family has been angered by the BBC’s refusal to show [
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – The Taliban decreed Friday that they are banning the forced marriage of women in the war-torn country, in what appears to be a move to address criteria that developed nations consider a precondition to recognize their government and restore aid. The move announced by Supreme Leader
The Taliban have decreed they are banning forced marriage of women in Afghanistan, a move likely meant to address criteria the international community consider a precondition to recognizing their government and restoring aid
When Afghanistan fell to the Taliban in August, Mohammad Yasin had to make some difficult decisions very quickly. As the country reeled from the shock of the insurgent takeover, the 21-year-old—whose name has been changed to protect his safety—snuck into his small place of business and got to work. He began erasing some of the
Darul Uloom Haqqania in Pakistan argues that the madrasa and its graduates have changed. Some worry they could be the source of new radicalism.
The BBC hears about the ban's harmful impact from teachers and students in 13 Afghan provinces.