Around one billion people, nearly one in seven of the world's population, have some kind of disability. In many countries, disabled people still find it difficult to get jobs and an education.
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Experts say that people with disabilities in Nepal require special care and attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. A lack of adequate facilities makes them vulnerable to the virus. Lekhanath Pandey reports.
Donald Trump has intensified his claims of voter fraud and vowed to challenge the results of the presidential election in the Supreme Court. That's a long shot — but Trump has built himself a loyal bench.
Arlene Foster's resignation as first minister points to political chaos in Northern Ireland. Its future looks uncertain, with calls for Irish unity growing. But would a United Ireland make sense economically?
For decades, the Parisian woman has been romanticized as effortlessly glamorous. In her book "The New Parisienne," writer Lindsey Tramuta takes aim at what she sees as a harmful and exclusionary myth.
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