NEW YORK (AFP) - US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and a Yemeni girl who broke with tribal tradition to obtain a divorce were named Monday among Glamour magazine's "Women of the Year." Rice was one of several high-profile figures on the list of 10, also including Hillary Clinton, Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman, and Channel luxury brand CEO Maureen Chiquet. Rice "put women's issues on the front burner of US foreign policy," said the magazine devoted to celebrities and fashion. More unusually, the magazine also awarded its prize to human rights lawyer Shada Nasser and Nujood Ali. As a 10-year-old bride in Yemen, Ali took the stand in court, aided by Nasser, and was granted a historic divorce. "Together Nasser and Ali are committed to saving other little girls from early marriage," Glamour said. The awards were to be given out later Monday and featured in the magazine's December issue on Tuesday.