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17 Aug
11 Hindu men given life sentences for raping a Muslim woman in 2002 and killing seven of her family have been released from prison. The rape took place during riots in Gujarat state, led at the time by Narendra Modi.
11 Aug
Jose Ruben Zamora Marroquin's elPeriodico newspaper is famous for investigations that have revealed several cases of government corruption.
11 Apr
Many view the demonstrations, some in the form of vehicle convoys, as support for Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. But organizers say their goal is to highlight discrimination against Russians in Germany.
5 Jan
Emmanuel Macron tells Le Parisien he wants to "piss off" the unvaccinated, prompting reaction from papers and rival politicians. Papers also reflect on the upcoming anniversary of the January 6 storming of the US Capitol. There's outrage in the Australian press after Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic is granted a medical exemption from the Australian Open's vaccine requirements. Plus: we discover two stories of people using billboards to look for love.
17 Apr 2021
The United States no longer has a president who blames Covid-19 on the Chinese, yet Asians are still being targeted. From casual racist remarks to the recent shooting spree in the US state of Georgia, anti-Asian attacks tripled in the past year. It's not only in America, nor only about the pandemic.
16 Dec 2020
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8 Oct 2020
In Chile, protests catch up where they left off before the pandemic; the video of a 16-year-old boy being thrown off a bridge by police has gone viral and sparked outrage in the country. Here in France, restaurants in the capital now have to register contact detail for customers, a measure that already exists in neighboring countries such as Portugal, Italy and Germany. Many find the measure controversial.
10 Aug 2020
Outrage grows in Ivory Coast over President Alassane Ouattara's decision to run for a third term. Opposition and civil society groups say the move threatens to tip the country into chaos. The tiny island nation of Mauritius faces a major environmental disaster, as a tanker leaks oil into the sea and surrounding lagoons. And Ivory Coast celebrates its 60 years of sovereignty. In tonight's edition of our series on African independence, we take a look at one of the country's founding fathers.

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