Yahoo News: Taliban forces on Thursday used gunfire to disperse a women’s rally in the Afghan capital supporting protests in Iran over the death of a woman in morality police custody. Both Afghanistan and Iran are run by hardline Islamist governments that enforce strict dress codes on women. Chanting the same “Women, life, freedom” mantra used in Iran, about 25 women protested in front of Kabul’s Iranian embassy before Taliban forces fired into the air, an AFP correspondent reported.
Al Jazeera : “Students were preparing for an exam when a suicide bomber struck at this educational centre. Unfortunately, 19 people have been martyred and 27 others wounded,” he said. Videos posted online and photos published by local media showed bloodied victims being carried away from the scene.
joe biden cleaned up the year earlier. i think he won by 18 points in your district. how do you overcome that. >> youngkin lost by 1.9 points when joe biden had a positive outlook. he is under water now and he helps me every day with defunding the police and adding 87,000 new i.r.s. agents to investigate people like you and me. it's not what people want in our district. 87,000 new i.r.s. agents you can have a school resources officer in every school in the united states and still have 30,000 officers to -- i don't know, take care of the border. >> bill: you came to this country with nothing. >> yes. >> bill: how did you make it work? >> it is hard work. our parents taught us at a very young age they can take your money, position in life but they can take away the knowledge in your head. that's why education was so important for us and why we're pushing education to make sure that it gets back to the basics of science, technology,
8am: The incident took place around 11:00 am today (Sunday, September 25th) near Noorband Qala Hotel, adjacent to the central market of Bamiyan. A reliable local source, who does not want to reveal his identity due to security threats, says that the victim’s name was Halima and she was a resident of Shahidan village in the center of Bamiyan province.
Robert Andrew Garcia during the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines (Contributed photo) MANILA - No. 4 seed Filipino Robert Andrew Garcia lost his quarterfinal match to Elijah Thomas of New Zealand in the USD6,000 Eastside Open at the Eastside Squash Center in Hobart City, Australia on Friday night. The country's No. 1 player put up a good fight but fell short, sending the Auckland native to the Final Four of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Challenger Tour 5 event. "Despite the loss, I think that I played well last night. There was a little problem because of the pain in my leg," he said after his 11-4, 10-12, 9-11, 9-11 setback. Garcia hurt his left thigh during the match against Wailok To of Hong Kong on Thursday. "I won the first set easily but I struggled after that. Since there was this pain in my leg, I had difficulty chasing his ball," he said, describing what happened during his 60-minute encounter with New Zealand's No. 6 player. Thomas will face world No. 139 and second seed Robin Gadola of Switzerland, who beat No. 8 seed Nicholas Calvert of Australia, 9-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-3. Joining Thomas in the semifinal round is compatriot and No. 3 seed Temwa Chileshe, who scored an 11-6, 11-6, 11-4 victory over No. 14 seed Anthony Lepper. Chileshe, the world No. 150, will meet No. 9 seed Bryan Lim Tze Kang of Malaysia, who won over No. 13 Matthew Lai of Hong Kong, 11-5, 8-11, 11-8, 11-6. The Eastside Open was the fifth and last tournament for Garcia, who arrived in Australia on August 14. He joined the Costa North Coast Open in Coffs Harbour City (August 14-21), Alto Group Pennant Hills Open in Sydney (August 25-28), Volkswagen Open in Bega, New South Wales (August 31-September 4), and Tasmanian Open (September 4-11). He had an early exit at the Costa North Coast Open, losing to Calvert, 11-13, 7-11, 11-9, 14-12, 11-13, in the first round. In Sydney where he was the No. 4 seed, Garcia defeated Amir Amirul of Malaysia, 11-7, 4-11, 11-5, 11-5 to book a quarterfinal ticket. He, however, succumbed to Dowling, 10-12, 5-11, 11-6, 8-11. At the Volkswagen Bega Open, Garcia bowed to Chung Yat Long of Hong Kong, 7-11, 11-6, 11-7, 2-11, 9-11, in the first round. He had the same finish at the Tasmanian Open, losing to Addeen Idrakie of Malaysia, 8-11, 9-11, 9-11. "So far, I learned so much from this Australian trip. I need to work on my game to become a better player," said Garcia, who will return to the country on September 19. He will lead the national team in the Asian Team Championships in South Korea next month and the Southeast Asian Championships in Malaysia in December. Garcia registered a career-high No. 165 ranking after reaching the quarterfinal round at the Dynam Cup SQ-Cube Open in Yokohama, Japan in May. In 2019, he won the mixed team gold and men's singles silver medals during the Southeast Asian Games hosted by the Philippines. (PNA) }
1.9 plus million we encountered, i will show you documents we obtained exclusively for this show. more than dozen of ms-13 gang members and people investigated for possible terror ties just this summer. to emphasize this more. this is one part of the u.s.-mexico border. the rio grande valley sector. over 10,000 once you total all of those numbers of acrossing. this last fiscal year of people connected to possible teror
ANI: Several human rights and education activists had urged world leaders in an open letter recently to mount diplomatic pressure on the Taliban to reopen secondary schools for girls in the war-torn country as the Taliban’s brutal regime in Afghanistan will soon complete a year in August. Young girls and women have been compromising with their aspirations as it has been almost 300 days since their development has been distorted, the activists said adding, that if this situation persists, their aims and hopes will suffer greatly, reported Khaama Press.
In May this year, Brunei Darussalam’s total trade was valued at BND2,846.3 million, an increase by 48.7 per cent from BND1,913.9 million during the same month in 2021. Meanwhile, for month-to-month changes, total trade for May decreased by 5.7 per cent compared to April. Total exports increased by 51.9 per cent from BND1,749.4 million in […]
crown prince. why is it okay to get energy from them enough produce it domestically? nobody's been able to answer the question for me. >> i consider that to be a rhetorical question. you know the answer. it's not okay. remember when jean-pierre was asked whether or not joe biden even owned in ev, she danced around it. it's clear that the commander in chief who wants everybody to go green doesn't even owned in ev. i'm in california and it's even worse. some people, not everybody, got texts from the state urging people not to watch television during peak hours at either play cards or to write a book. i kid you not. only 1.9% of all the 30 million vehicles in california are e evs. shortly after this mandate that would ban all new sales of gasoline powered cars effective 2035, they said don't plug in your ev during peak hours.
Nimrokh: Today (Thursday, 1, Sep) while expressing sympathy with the family of Mrs. Alkozai, this council called her death a great and irreparable loss for the medical community of Afghanistan. A few days ago, sources from Kabul reported that Shokriya Alkozai, a gynecologist and obstetrician at the 102-bed Khairkhana hospital, was kidnapped by three women from her home in Khairkhana on Sunday night (28, August) and three days later, her body was found in the Panjsad family area of Ghasabah in Kabul and buried.