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Physical education for women has been a controversial topic in the kingdom, where some conservatives consider it to be immodest. "This overdue reform is absolutely crucial for Saudi girls, who have been denied their basic human right to health through exercise, joining teams, and the long-term health, economic, and education benefits of sports", Human Rights Watch's Minky Worden said.
  • Ivanka Trump Raises Eyebrows For Filling In At A G-20 Meeting

    Ivanka Trump Raises Eyebrows For Filling In At A G-20 Meeting

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel had enlisted Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, to advance the effort. To which Clinton swiftly and sassily responded saying that situation would never happen, and won a lot of praise in the process. Speaking of criticism, critics were out in force when Ivanka sat in for the president Saturday morning at a G-20 Summit meeting on Africa, health and migration.
  • Ivanka Sits in for Trump at G20

    Ivanka Sits in for Trump at G20

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    Jared Kushner, Ivanka's husband and a senior adviser, also was present in a number of the president's meeting. President Trump echoed Merkel's sentiments Monday morning, pointing to the German Chancellor's tweet as validation of the practice.
  • Sri Lanka Navy rescues elephant being washed out to sea

    Sri Lanka Navy rescues elephant being washed out to sea

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    As per the report, the elephant was dragged away by the water. A local rescue team of navy forces and divers operated for hours to rescue the animal. The lagoon offers a short cut between two stretches of jungle, and elephants often swim or wade across it. In a nightmarish experience, this jungle-cat fell into the well, which was over 80-feet deep and had water at a level of up to 20-feet.
  • Caribbean jet blast kills NZer

    Caribbean jet blast kills NZer

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    A tourist from New Zealand was killed when the jet blast from a low-flying plane knocked her down Tuesday at 6 p.m. EDT at Maho Beach, Sint Maarten, in the Carribean. According to the report , the woman was doing just that when she was blown over and hit her head on a concrete block; likely the sidewalk curb or small retaining wall.
  • Zaur Dadayev, four others, jailed over Nemtsov killing

    Zaur Dadayev, four others, jailed over Nemtsov killing

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    Investigators have been criticised by the victim's family for not finding out how ordered the assassination, with a group of five Chechens promised 15 million roubles (around £193,000) for the murder. The court stripped Dadayev of his rank of lieutenant and removed an earlier award for bravery, Ria Novosti reported. Bakhaev was in charge of coordinating the logistics and providing shelter to the others after the crime, while Eskerkhanov had studied Nemtsov's daily routine and travel routes.
  • City's blind swimmer forced to beg in Berlin

    City's blind swimmer forced to beg in Berlin

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    Jadhav and Pande both picked up silver medals, while the latter went a notch ahead to become the only Indian to qualify for the World Para Swimming Championships later this year. But the PCI later told us that they could not give us any money as their account was blocked. Kanchanmala said she had to write to the International Paralympic Committee when a coach was appointed to take care of the swimmers.
  • KCR pulls up MLA for misbehaving with woman Collector

    KCR pulls up MLA for misbehaving with woman Collector

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    Local TV channels aired a footage which purportedly showed the MLA allegedly touching the collector's arm. Hurt by the MLA's behaviour, Meena left the place in a huff and held a meeting with her staff. He also warned Naik that he would be suspended from the party, if he does not change his behaviour. IAS offers stood by the collector and employees of the collectorate staged a protest against the MLA by wearing black badges.
  • Right-wing terrorists thrash Muslim man on suspicion of carrying beef

    Right-wing terrorists thrash Muslim man on suspicion of carrying beef

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    According to police, the victim, identified as Ismail Shah, was travelling on his two wheeler when the accused stopped him on his way and alleged that Shah was carrying beef. However, the police claimed that Junaid was killed due to an altercation over seat, not beef. Days later that horrific incident, a 200-strong mob beat up a Muslim man and set his house on fire after a dead cow was found outside his home in Jharkhand's Giridih district.
  • Aussie Man Tragically Killed During Parasailing Accident In Thailand

    Aussie Man Tragically Killed During Parasailing Accident In Thailand

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    Hussey's wife , was posted to Facebook. The 71-year-old soared through the air for a few moments before slipping from his harness in front of hundreds of beachgoers. He later also studied at the renowned Stanford University in California, United States. Lt. Col. Suwisit Keereerak, Deputy Chief Inspector of Karon Police Station , said they were now investigating the accident.
  • Arab States' Isolation of Qatar Causing Human Rights Abuses: HRW

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    It has denied any wrongdoing. In a statement on Friday, the four countries warned that Doha's refusal to implement the ultimatum untied their hands to take "economic, political and legal" measures they considered adequate. But it has denied aiding militant groups linked to al-Qaeda or so-called Islamic State. In a joint statement released in their state media, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain said they appreciated US efforts in fighting terrorism but that they ...