The first long distance drive in automotive history was made by a woman: Bertha Benz. But even in post World War II West Germany, many men remained reluctant to accept the idea of women drivers. These days, it's normal in most societies.
Saudi Arabia's state media has said provisions are being made for driving licenses to be issued to women. The ultraconservative kingdom is the only country in the world where women are not allowed behind the wheel.
Ordinary Iranians have taken to social media in response to Saudi Arabia's reforms allowing women to drive. Many compared the emergence of women's rights in Saudi Arabia to the sluggish growth of Iran's women's movement.
Sheetal Bootoli is on a mission. She wants to give the gift of the internet to people across India. For two years, she's been cycling from village to village, getting people online.
Golfer Tiger Woods was found 'asleep at the wheel' of his car when arrested for driving under the influence, according to police records. Woods earlier said he had an 'unexpected reaction to prescribed medication.'
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