Japan as you've never seen it before
Photographer Asako Narahashi looks at Japan through a partially-submerged lens.

New threat: 'Racism without racists'
Here's why a "national conversation on race" after Ferguson may not work: Whites and people of color speak a different language about racism. We translate.

Syria aid worker: 'If you live, you're lucky'
Returning to Syria, I feel that I have a responsibility to those Syrians who are trapped inside this never ending conflict, writes Naeem.

British MP loses libel case over foul-mouthed rant

Former cabinet minister and Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell (C) arrives with his wife Sharon Bennett and other supporters to hear the judge's decision at the High Court for his libel action over the "Plebgate" affair in London on November 27, 2014London (AFP) - Former British government minister Andrew Mitchell on Thursday lost a lawsuit accusing a policeman of lying about an angry exchange they had which cost the lawmaker his job.


Backlash over bizarre anti-rape video
Girls dancing? A hooded man? Is video sending right message?

Billionaire media mogul seeks to lead Quebec separatists

Media mogul Pierre Karl Peladeau announces he will seek the leadership of the Parti Quebecois, the standardbearer of a movement to split the province from the rest of CanadaMedia mogul Pierre Karl Peladeau announced Thursday he will seek the leadership of the Parti Quebecois, the standardbearer of a movement to split the province from the rest of Canada. Peladeau, 53, made the announcement in a speech to students at the University of Montreal. The majority shareholder of telecom giant Quebecor, which also controls 40 percent of newspapers and broadcast news in the mostly French-speaking province, only recently entered politics, winning a seat in Quebec's legislature in April. At the same time, he shocked many by revealing his support for Quebec independence.


Northern Irish police make arrest over Jean McConville murder
BELFAST (Reuters) - Police in Northern Ireland have arrested a leading Irish nationalist for questioning over the 1972 abduction and murder of Jean McConville, the same crime nationalist leader Gerry Adams was detained over earlier this year.

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