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Monday, February 23, 2015
Video games and pints at London's e-sport pub
It's Saturday night at a busy pub in north London, and the crowd is packed around the bar cheering and shouting at a large screen. It's not showing sport, but a video game.
In the new age of American television, it pays to be original. But it also costs a bundle.
Dressmakers bring old 'Afghan style' to Pakistan
With ballgowns, Western-style bridal wear and cocktail dresses, Afghan tailors driven out of their homeland by the Taliban are carving a niche for themselves in Pakistan's capital city.
Residents of a Rio de Janeiro favela face a dangerous challenge in their quest for clean drinking water: a canal infested with hungry caimans, South America's alligator cousins.
Struggling to aid Tanzania's refugees
In a small windowless room in the far west of Tanzania, 23-year old Paskazia Mwenebato sorts through a pile of lentils, dreaming of a life outside a refugee camp.
Beatings, no reform in Bulgaria's juvenile jail
Angel, 17, was due to be released soon so was not afraid to talk about the abuse he says staff mete out in Bulgaria's dilapidated and only youth prison, Boychinovtsi Correctional Home.
China's 'little red soldiers' get loyalty lessons
In sky-blue army uniforms emblazoned with red stars, they could be Communist comrades from China's civil war. But in fact the youngsters are the targets of a modern campaign for hearts and minds, with the classroom as its battleground.
When revealing photographs of a Ugandan student were leaked online in a case of revenge porn, it left her terrified she herself might face criminal charges under tough new laws.
Refugees in Niger live under the shadow of Boko Haram
Aboubacar, usually a worker for a non-governmental organization, has now taken on another, more ominous role: watching out for suicide bombers.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Nissan CEO, 'father of the Z,' dies at 105
Yutaka Katayama, a former president of Nissan Motor Co.'s U.S. unit who built the Z sports car into a powerful global brand in the 1970s, has died. He was 105.
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