Dozens of Afghan girl footballers and their families have been told they will be resettled in the UK.
The group of 135 girls and young women, their families and coaches, are in Lahore after they were helped by a British aid group to escape the Taliban, who threatened to kill them for playing sport.
Though I'm not sure it's much of an improvement...
Sui-Anne Marie Gill, CEO of the ROKiT Foundation who supported their escape from Afghanistan, welcomed the news.
“These young sportswomen and their families are so thrilled to have been given a second chance in life, here in the home of football. The next step is to settle them into their new home. We will do all we can to support them in this process, and the communities that welcome them.”
What about the communities that don't 'welcome them', Sui-Anne?
Not that you'll be living in those communities, perish the thought...