According to UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Omar Abdi, girls can attend secondary school in only five of Afghanistan's provinces.
"To see them up for auction today is a unique opportunity...to own a piece of French royal history," said Max Fawcett, head of Christie's jewelry department.
"We will continue to fight this awful government.... We will look for any way to topple it, to return Israel to the right track," the ex-prime minister said.
"I was so frightened that afternoon, never thinking that this thing could happen," Peng's post said.
"They say it has wiped out 10 percent of the island's economy. I think it is more...it has taken everything," a local banana plantation owner said.
"I'd like to say to this honorable judge and court how much I apologize for this mistake," Juan Carlos Dávila-Bonilla said.
Salah Abdeslam spoke at the beginning of the trial, saying the deaths of so many innocent people were "nothing personal."
The building collapse in Lagos killed at least 14 people and left dozens missing beneath the rubble.
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky gave her final authorization at approximately 7:45 p.m. Tuesday evening.
"Tesla has far more demand than production, therefore we will only sell cars to Hertz for the same margin as to consumers," Elon Musk tweeted.
Joe Biden wrote a letter to Congress saying Ethiopia was in "gross violations of internationally recognized human rights" as scores of people starve to death.
Questions about when and where police officers are needed, and if they are needed at all, began to unfold during 2020 after George Floyd was killed.
Treasury Secretary Jenet Yellen warned a debt default would be catastrophic could push the country into a recession.
The tariffs targeted American whiskey and other U.S. products in response to former President Donald Trump's imposed tariffs on European steel and aluminum.
So far, only 34 police officers and 40 civilian police employees have been placed on unpaid leave, New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said.
Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder opened jury selection with some attempted comic relief, including a round of trivia.
"In moments of crisis and instability such as this one, we must ensure that humanitarian aid is delivered to those most in need," Richardson said.
Reservations are already filling up as snowbirds seek to escape the freezing winter and head to warmer locations.
Russia reported more than 40,000 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and more than 1,100 deaths on Monday for the seventh day in a row.
The parade will once again allow viewers and balloon holders in New York City to participate in the parade after last year's celebration was limited.
Democratic former Governor Terry McAuliffe claims to have a "big lead on the early vote," although polling shows the opposite.
The main island of Tongatapu, where a majority of the country's people live, will go into lockdown for a week after a traveler from New Zealand tested positive.
The Disney park allowed no visitors to leave until COVID test results came back negative, locking families in the "happiest place on Earth" for hours.
The undersea pipeline leaked at least 25,000 gallons of crude oil into the ocean off Huntington Beach, California, on October 2.
"All those who take the Haitian people hostage, terrorize the population, are the enemies of the people....," Prime Minister Ariel Henry said.
"My job is to keep people safe....And until we defeat COVID, people are not safe. If we don't stop COVID, New Yorkers will die," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
"It's been disappointing to see Starbucks working overtime to try to stop us from organizing, but today's decision is a big win...," Michele Eisen said.
"If anyone still tries to challenge the one-China principle...they will only suffer an even greater defeat," China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
"It is urgent that the Mexican government attend to the children," Irineo Mújica, of the immigration advocacy group People Without Borders said.
The probe focused on tens of thousands of antiquities allegedly smuggled into the United States by Subhash Kapoor, who has denied the allegations.