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Afghanistan: No Country for Women | International Women's Day

Thirteen years after the fall of the Taliban, women in Afghanistan continue to suffer oppression and abuse.<p>Research by Global Rights estimates that almost nine out of 10 Afghan women face physical, sexual or psychological violence, or are forced into marriage.<p>In the majority of cases the abuse is …

Why nobody over 29 should go to Glastonbury

I went to the Glastonbury Festival when I was younger, says Polly Vernon - and I never will again<p>At this time every year, I like to pause and give thanks that I am not at the Glastonbury music festival. That tomorrow, I will not awake hemmed in by claustrophobia-triggering canvas, with nothing to …

France launches terror inquiry after decapitated body found in factory attack

France has launched a terrorism investigation after police found a decapitated body and a flag with Islamist inscriptions following an attack in which a man seemingly tried to blow up a factory belonging to a US gas company.<p>“It is a terror attack. There is no doubt about it,” the French president, …

Was James Bond the Result of Ian Fleming's Midlife Crisis?

A new book about the novelist's Jamaican retreat, Goldeneye, suggests an indulgent and escapist lifestyle inspired a character who embodied a stubbornly anachronistic ethos.<p>When MGM rebooted James Bond with the origin story <i>Casino Royale</i> in 2006, Bond got younger—but had never looked older. Though …

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Missing girls lured by Isis won't face terrorism charges, says Met chief

Bernard Hogan-Howe gives reassurance as families deny that their daughters stole jewellery to finance journey to Syria<p>Britain’s top police officer says the three London teenagers who allegedly stole jewellery from their parents to fund a trip to Islamic State (Isis) territory can return home …