A Day Without a Woman: Protests, rallies held across the world to promote women's rights
'Day Without a Woman' protest in the United States was put together by organizers of the women's marches that drew more than 1 million people the day after Republican President Donald Trump was sworn in.
US military chief feared Donald Trump could order China strike, claims book by Washington Post journalists
Mark Milley also spoke with a number of other chiefs of defense around the world in the days after the 6 January riot, including military leaders from the UK, Russia and Pakistan
The Taliban have promised to change, saying they would respect women's rights within the framework of Islamic sharia law, but many remain sceptical.
The speech Biden delivered sounded much like what he would have said before the Taliban took Kabul, Afghanistan, without resistance, and before the pivot to Asia became a hindrance to relations with Europe