"I imagine everybody will be on absolutely best behavior. But goodness knows what they will all be thinking privately," said royal biographer Penny Junor.
On International Women's Day, they protested gender violence, inequality and exploitation.
Supermarket staff were wearing masks and at the cashier people were told to stand one meter away from each other, Luca Galli. said
"Logar provincial council member, Naser Ghairat and two of his bodyguards were killed and another wounded," Kabul police spokesman Ferdaus Faramarz said.
"Of course, it makes sense to the brain," Dr. Alfred Wong told NBC News. "But doesn't make sense to the heart."
The decree restricts anyone from leaving or entering designated red zones except for ''undeferrable work needs or emergency situations'' starting Sunday.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to fly to Belgian capital Brussels for talks on Monday.
"Not having access to sanitary products is undignified and humiliating. Students worry they smell," said Gemma Abbott from the Red Box Project.
"Before the enemy was the migrant, now the enemy is the migrant carrying the coronavirus," one expert said.
The FAA's certification review of the 737 MAX "grossly insufficient," according the preliminary investigative findings.
"We want to go back to the U.S. as soon as possible of course and we're frantically working on that," an pastor with the group of group of 13 said.
The Taliban denied involvement in the shooting. The Islamic State group has attacked the Muslim minority group in the past, and views them as heretics.
Save for some "limited exceptions", Judge Andrew McFarlane said he had concluded that Princess Haya bint al-Hussein had "proved her case."
Turkey said it would open the gateway to Greece, an apparent attempt to pressure the E.U. into taking more responsibility for Syrian refugees.
An eerie quiet has settled upon normally teeming streets and squares as many residents opt to stay home.
"Even if we don't say that the U.S. is defeated in Afghanistan, it's an open secret now that they are," a member of the Taliban's Haqqani network said.
The gunman is a disgruntled former security guard who had been removed from his job at the mall, San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora said.
The nation begins to resume weapons demonstrations after a months-long hiatus possibly forced by the coronavirus crisis in Asia.