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24-Year-Old Turkish Woman Titled the World’s Tallest Living Woman by Guinness World Records

A 24-year-old Turkish woman named Rumeysa Gelgi has set Guinness World Record as she is the world’s tallest living woman. She is 7 feet,...

Meet the Youngest Travel Enthusiast who Travel Every Country on Earth

23-year-old Lexie Alford has made history as she became the youngest travel enthusiast who has traveled to 196 countries just at the age of...

15-Year-Old Amina Shigri Make History after Scaling 6,400m Khusar Gang Peak

15-year-old Amina Shigri has made history as she became the first teenage climber from Shigar to scale the 6,400-meter Khusar Gang Peak in Shigar...

Greta Thunberg Slams Joe Biden’s Approach to Curtailing Climate Change

Climate Change activist Greta Thunberg has once again blamed the US government for not taking serious actions regarding climate change. Three years back, instead...

Pakistan Witness Decline in Reported Cases of Violence against Women

The Human Rights Ministry of Pakistan disclosed that the country has witnessed a drop in reported cases of violence against women. According to the...

Angelina Jolie Make her Instagram Debut with a Post of Teenage Girl in Afghanistan

American actress Angelina Jolie has joined Instagram to share the letter of a young girl from Afghanistan.   The 46-year-old, who is a special envoy...

Malala Yousafzai Request World’s Leaders to Take Urgent Action for Afghanistan

Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai who has also suffered at the hands of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) raised her voice against the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan....

Afghan Women’s Efforts of Years Crumble in Second After Taliban Control on Kabul

Afghan women are now left alone in their own country as the Taliban has taken the control of Kabul. The only hope for women...

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Implore Taliban to Maintain Women’s Rights

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became the first woman who raised a voice for Afghan women who are now left alone in their...
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