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New Zealand banning semi-automatic, assault rifles after mosque shootings
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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says military style semi-automatics and assault rifles will be banned under stronger new gun laws following the killing of 50 people in the country's worst mass shooting.


Prosecutors believe accused in Utrecht tram shooting had 'terrorist motive'
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The accused in a shooting this week on a Dutch tram that left three people dead is believed to have acted with terrorist intent, and authorities are also investigating whether he had other personal motives, prosecutors said on Thursday.


EU leaders open to Brexit delay if May can push deal through Parliament
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European Union leaders meeting for a Brexit summit are likely to grant Britain a short extension, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday, if the British government can win parliamentary support next week for its divorce deal.


More than 200 dead in Mozambique after cyclone, thousands in need of rescue
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The death toll after a powerful cyclone in Mozambique stood at 217 and around 15,000 people still needed to be rescued, the Minister of Land and Environment Celso Correia said on Thursday.


Russia's 'fairy tale' Siberian tigers beating long odds for a comeback
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After decades of poaching and habitat loss pushed the Siberian tiger population toward extinction, the symbol of Russian pride is making a comeback through conservation efforts and a crackdown on illegal hunting.


The case for denying mass killers fame in order to fight the deadly 'contagion effect'
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In a bid to deny mass killers the infamy they seek, New Zealand's prime minister refuses to utter the name of the suspected gunman in last week's deadly mosque shootings in Christchurch. Activists behind the No Notoriety movement say it's the right call, and hope media outlets follow suit.


Thousands expected in Christchurch for Friday prayers one week after mass shooting
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The imam of one of two mosques attacked last week says he expects thousands of people will come together in Christchurch for Friday prayers, including many from out of town.


Police 'strongly believe' suspected Christchurch gunman planned to attack 3rd mosque
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As the first funerals were held for some of the 50 victims in the Christchurch mosque attacks, New Zealand police announced that they believed the accused shooter was on his way to attack a third target when his vehicle was rammed by police officers.


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New Zealand To Ban Weapons Such As Those Used In Last Week's Attacks
In response to the deadly attacks on two mosques on Friday, New Zealand's prime minister has announced a ban on most semi-automatic weapons. An amnesty and buy-back program were announced.
After Cyclone Adai, Survivors Struggle In Poor Conditions
On the minds of many in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi is how to survive. Hundreds of people are dead and tens of thousands have been displaced after Cyclone Idai made landfall last week.
Packed Detention Centers Force Migrants To The Streets Of South Texas
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen will visit McAllen, Texas, Thursday as border officials begin a policy of releasing detainees into cities instead of sending them to ICE for processing.
Far-Right Parties Fan Ecosystem Of Hate, Ex-Australian Prime Minister Says
The massacre in New Zealand shines a spotlight on global white nationalism — especially in Australia, where the suspect came from. Steve Inskeep talks to former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
Venezuela's Army Remains Supportive Of President Maduro
Colombia says about 1,000 Venezuelan soldiers have defected and back opposition leader Juan Guaido. The defections have done little to undermine the military's support for Nicolas Maduro.
As Brexit Drags On, People In Ireland Wait To Learn Their Border Fate
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Frank Langfitt about a Brexit delay, and Daniel Mulhall, Ireland's ambassador to the U.S., about the Northern Ireland-Ireland border that is caught up in Brexit flap.
News Brief: Gun Ban, Trump Criticizes McCain, Fentanyl Deaths
New Zealand bans weapons like those used in last week's attacks. President Trump continues to criticize John McCain, even though he's deceased. New data paints a dark picture of the opioid epidemic.
New Zealand Banning Weapons Like Those Used In Mosque Attacks In Christchurch
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Thursday that the government will ban "military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles," to avert "the kind of horror and attack that we saw on Friday."
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EU summit readies for Brexit in May - or next week
EU leaders will tell Theresa May on Thursday she can have two months to organize an orderly Brexit but Britain could face a hugely disruptive ejection from the bloc next Friday if the prime minister fails to win backing from parli
DUP no closer to backing PM's Brexit deal: lawmaker
The small Northern Irish party that props up British Prime Minister Theresa May's government is no closer to backing her EU divorce agreement as talks between the sides continue, the party's Brexit spokesman said on Thursday.
Ethiopian crash captain untrained on 737 MAX simulator: source
The captain of a doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight did not practise on a new simulator for the Boeing 737 MAX 8 before he died in a crash with 157 others, a pilot colleague said.
Special Report: Forgotten victims - The children of Islamic State
The hallways of the Rusafa Central Criminal Court in Baghdad teemed with anxious toddlers on the days their mothers were on trial. Then they vanished again, into the women's prison, where they have lived for the past year and a ha
Poll predicts easy win for Slovakia's Caputova in presidential run-off
Anti-corruption campaigner Zuzana Caputova was projected to win 60.5 percent of the vote in Slovakia's presidential election run-off on March 30, according to a poll released on Thursday.
Special Report - Shattered sanctuary: In Christchurch, an imam seeks to rebuild
Ibrahim Abdelhalim was at his mosque last week in the Linwood neighborhood of Christchurch, New Zealand, delivering a prayer as he usually does on Friday afternoons. The 67-year-old grandfather had already spoken about "tasting th
Aid workers widen search for Mozambique cyclone survivors, death toll mounts
Rescue workers widened their search in Mozambique and Zimbabwe on Thursday for survivors of devastating floods following a cyclone that ripped through southern Africa a week ago, killing hundreds and destroying buildings and farml
Kremlin accuses U.S. of stoking tensions by flying bombers near its borders
The Kremlin on Thursday said that flights by U.S. nuclear-capable B-52 strategic bombers across the Baltic Sea's neutral waters near Russia's borders created tension in the region.
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The Kingdom and the Kushners: Jared Went to Riyadh. So Did His Brother.
Jared Kushner, presidential adviser, and Josh Kushner, venture capitalist, both have ties to Saudi Arabia. Critics say that raises ethical questions.
New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Semiautomatic Guns, Jacinda Ardern Says
The announcement on Thursday from New Zealand’s prime minister came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch.
Confusion, Then Prayer, in Cockpit of Doomed Lion Air Jet
Indonesian investigators described the sounds emanating from the cockpit as the flight crew fought to take control of a plane that seemed almost magnetically propelled toward earth.
Days After Cyclone Idai, Rescuers Battle to Save Victims
Nearly a week after southern Africa was hit by one the worst natural disasters in decades, it was all rescue workers could do to try to reach the flooding victims.
New Zealand Police Listed Wrong Person as Killed in Mosque Shooting
An incorrect name was listed on a court document charging the suspect with murder, but legal experts said the mistake would not impede prosecution in the mass shooting.
Doomed Jets Lacked 2 Safety Features That Boeing Sold as Extras
Airlines had to pay more for two optional upgrades that could warn pilots about sensor malfunctions. The company will now make one of the features standard.
Missing Flowers and Bitter Politics Put a Damper on Afghan Nowruz Party
Nothing ever completely stops the sprawling Persian New Year party in Mazar-i-Sharif. But fears of factional violence cast a chill on the revelry this year.
Top E.U. Coalition Suspends Party Led by Orban, Hungary’s Leader
The move endangers the European Parliament’s most powerful political alliance — one that has shielded the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban, as he has dismantled checks on his power.
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Christchurch mosque shootings: New Zealand to ban military style weapons
PM Jacinda Ardern says gun owners must hand in affected weapons, in a bid to prevent mass shootings.
Brexit: Theresa May at Brussels EU summit to urge short delay
The PM heads to an EU summit, hours after a speech telling the nation she was "on their side".
Cyclone Idai: '15,000 people still need to be rescued'
The full devastation caused by Cyclone Idai in the hardest hit nation, Mozambique, is becoming clear.
Cyclone Idai: Flying over flooded Mozambique
The BBC's Fergal Keane assesses the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique.
Russia's IS families: 'Why are the children being punished?'
The collapse of the IS group leaves many countries facing a dilemma over fighters' wives and children.
Mount Everest: Melting glaciers expose dead bodies
The remains of mountaineers who died on the world's highest peak are being exposed as its ice melts.
Dutch populist vote surge costs PM Rutte senate majority
The anti-immigration Forum for Democracy will be the biggest single party in the upper house.
Trump: I didn't get a thank you for McCain funeral
"Not my kind of guy," the president says of the late Republican senator in his latest attack on him.
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Goodnight, and good luck
A valedictory note from Al Jazeera America on what we tried to bring to the online news landscape

A long road to reintegration for Rwandan ex-combatants
Despite programs aimed at helping former fighters recover and rebuild, many struggle to find their place in society

The Cabula 12: Brazils police war against the black community
Brazil's anti-police movement continues to fight for the soul of Cabula, even as death threats intensify

Nevada governor says he doesn't want Supreme Court consideration
Republican Brian Sandoval, reportedly under consideration by Obama for the nation's top court, says he's not interested

Elegy for a website where Native voices mattered
AJAM reported on tribal communities and offered coverage on Indian Country that few could match

As thousands enter Europe, EU flails in anti-smuggling efforts
Why did Frontex, the EU border agency, abruptly cancel a successful anti-smuggling pilot program in Greece?

New Orleanians see tourism bias in post-Katrina public transport
While 62 percent of transportation has been restored, locals say bus service has been left behind

The cancer cluster of Piketon, Ohio
How the legacy of the Cold War poisons people still

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New Zealand To Ban Weapons Such As Those Used In Last Week's Attacks
In response to the deadly attacks on two mosques on Friday, New Zealand's prime minister has announced a ban on most semi-automatic weapons. An amnesty and buy-back program were announced.
After Cyclone Adai, Survivors Struggle In Poor Conditions
On the minds of many in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi is how to survive. Hundreds of people are dead and tens of thousands have been displaced after Cyclone Idai made landfall last week.
Packed Detention Centers Force Migrants To The Streets Of South Texas
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen will visit McAllen, Texas, Thursday as border officials begin a policy of releasing detainees into cities instead of sending them to ICE for processing.
Far-Right Parties Fan Ecosystem Of Hate, Ex-Australian Prime Minister Says
The massacre in New Zealand shines a spotlight on global white nationalism — especially in Australia, where the suspect came from. Steve Inskeep talks to former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
Venezuela's Army Remains Supportive Of President Maduro
Colombia says about 1,000 Venezuelan soldiers have defected and back opposition leader Juan Guaido. The defections have done little to undermine the military's support for Nicolas Maduro.
As Brexit Drags On, People In Ireland Wait To Learn Their Border Fate
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Frank Langfitt about a Brexit delay, and Daniel Mulhall, Ireland's ambassador to the U.S., about the Northern Ireland-Ireland border that is caught up in Brexit flap.
News Brief: Gun Ban, Trump Criticizes McCain, Fentanyl Deaths
New Zealand bans weapons like those used in last week's attacks. President Trump continues to criticize John McCain, even though he's deceased. New data paints a dark picture of the opioid epidemic.
New Zealand Banning Weapons Like Those Used In Mosque Attacks In Christchurch
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Thursday that the government will ban "military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles," to avert "the kind of horror and attack that we saw on Friday."
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Israel’s Netanyahu gets election campaign boost, courtesy of Trump administration

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got an invaluable election season boost Wednesday when America’s top diplomat arrived with a handshake, lavish praise and a photo op.

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo flew from Kuwait City to Jerusalem as part of a three-nation Middle East tour aimed...


A father and son are buried as New Zealand mosque funerals begin

A father and son who fled the civil war in Syria for “the safest country in the world” were buried before hundreds of mourners Wednesday, the first funerals for victims of shootings at two mosques in New Zealand that horrified a nation known for being welcoming and diverse.

The funerals of Khalid...


‘Everything is already decided’: Thailand’s army is set to cement power with an election

Wearing identical white nylon track jackets, seemingly impervious to the swampy afternoon heat, the half-dozen candidates breezed through a sprawling covered market on the outskirts of Bangkok and waved to a smattering of shoppers.

Days before Thailand’s first national elections in eight years,...


Trump expected to nominate Washington attorney Christopher Landau as U.S. ambassador to Mexico

President Trump is expected to nominate a Washington attorney, Christopher Landau, to be the next United States ambassador to Mexico, the White House said Monday night.

Trump’s planned appointment comes at a time of tense relations between the U.S. and Mexico and nearly one year after the resignation...


As Hong Kong grows, locals contend with a big fat hairy wildlife problem

Out of the darkness appeared a snout.

“Fei zhu! Fat pig!” 8-year-old Shino Chen shouted to her younger brother as she jumped up and down and pointed at a wild boar.

The hairy black pig, which must have weighed at least 150 pounds, grunted and snuffled through a flimsy, old fence along the sidewalk....


Australia’s #EggBoy may face charges, but he’s won global adulation for egging a senator

On Friday, he was just another Australian high school student. By the end of the weekend, 17-year-old Will Connolly was the international sensation #EggBoy, the prankster who launched a thousand (give or take) memes.

Saturday was an eventful day for Connolly, who smashed an egg on the head of Australian...


The youngest known victim in New Zealand mosque massacre: 3 years old

He spent just three years on this Earth; but in some ways, a friend said, he seemed like an old soul. Before he became the youngest known victim of Christchurch's mass shooting, 3-year-old Mucad Ibrahim had possessed intelligence beyond his years, and an affinity for his elders.

On Friday, when...


‘Not a white supremacist,’ aide says of Trump, who defends Fox News host accused of anti-Muslim bias

Two days after the New Zealand mosque massacre in which 50 people were slaughtered by a white nationalist targeting Muslims, President Trump’s acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said the president is “not a white supremacist” — even as Trump took to Twitter on Sunday to praise a Fox News host...


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Policymakers hear the needs of communities, thanks to this group

Policymakers hear the needs of communities, thanks to this groupWhen Aiden Lenox attended a meeting last year to talk about anti-bullying efforts in Cincinnati’s public schools, the high school sophomore expected to describe how he started a chapter of We Dine Together, a national initiative that promotes inclusive spaces for students to eat lunch. What Aiden didn’t expect was for Mike Moroski, a Cincinnati Public Schools board member, to approach him after the meeting and suggest introducing his club across the district.



Meanwhile in … the Cook Islands, the country is thinking about a name change.

Meanwhile in … the Cook Islands, the country is thinking about a name change.In the Cook Islands, the country is thinking about a name change. The Cook Islands are currently named after the English explorer Captain James Cook, who encountered the islands in 1773. More than 60 possibilities have been submitted to a newly created name change committee, which hopes to have a shortlist by April. In cyberspace, Rotten Tomatoes stopped trolls from review-bombing movies.



‘Fake news’ in Russia: State censorship elicits an outcry

‘Fake news’ in Russia: State censorship elicits an outcryIn Russia, the internet has been a freewheeling space for information flow and open debate since its inception. Now a package of new laws, signed this week by Vladimir Putin, is stirring an outcry in Russia over allowing anyone in authority to decide what constitutes fake news and to determine what to do about it. Russian civil society activists, the Kremlin’s own Presidential Council for Development of Civil Society and Human Rights, and even a rare street demonstration this month by thousands of internet freedom advocates have all expressed deep alarm at the prospect of bureaucrats being handed the power to summarily shut down any online content that rubs them the wrong way.



When Trump tweets, how should the media respond?

When Trump tweets, how should the media respond?It’s a perpetual question for the reporters who cover President Donald Trump: How to handle his tweets? If you cover every blip and blast Mr. Trump sends out into the Twittersphere, some say, you are allowing the president to dictate the news cycle – and distracting attention from real events by hyping phony controversies. If you ignore his tweets, however, some say you’re “normalizing” behavior that is at best unpresidential, and at worst alarming.



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Democratic super PAC launches $50 million effort to weaken Trump with core supporters
The American Bridge group is expanding its budget nearly three-fold to target Midwest white working-class voters.
New Zealand seeks to ban nearly all semi-automatic weapons
Legislation to ban almost all military-style semi-automatic and assault rifles will be introduced the first week of April, the prime minister said.
Robert Kraft seeks to block release of surveillance video
The Patriots owner and other defendants are asking the court in Florida not to allow release of video allegedly taken at the Orchids of Asia massage parlor.
Trump administration starts 'remain in Mexico' policy in El Paso, Texas
"I will soon introduce legislation to ensure no funds are provided for this misguided policy," said the congresswoman who represents the area.
Must-see Madness: First round games to watch in the NCAA tournament
The NCAA Tournament's first-round slate is chock-full of enticing matchups and upset possibilities. Here are the games that will be appointment viewing.
For Israel's embattled leader, Trump is a lifeline to re-election
Analysis: Unlike Obama, who refused to see Netanyahu before Israeli elections, Trump has no reluctance to put his thumb on another country's scale.
Trump rips McCain on vets: 'Didn't get the job done'
"I gave him the funeral that he wanted, which as president I had to approve," Trump said Wednesday in Ohio. "I don't care about this: I didn't get a thank you. That's okay."
Common ADHD medications may cause psychosis, study finds
“Those those who have taken the drug and tolerated it well, should not be concerned,” experts say.
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Watch: Armie Hammer on Batman rumors: 'Who wouldn't want to be Batman?'
Armie Hammer addressed rumors that he is being considered for the role of Batman while appearing on "The Tonight Show."

Theresa May will ask EU to delay Brexit until June as MPs face intimidation
EU President Donald Tusk said the request to delay could be granted but MPs would have to approve May's deal next week.

Levi Strauss announces IPO at $17
Levi Strauss will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday with an initial public offering of $17 per share, a higher than expected range for the iconic clothing company.

Google honors composer Johann Sebastian Bach with musical Doodle
Google is celebrating the life of composer and musician Johann Sebastian Bach with an interactive, musical Doodle.

Threat of sanctions prompts Nicaragua to release more than 700 political prisoners
Nicaragua could release more than 700 political prisoners over the next three months with human rights groups, the Red Cross and the Vatican as witnesses.

Police launch probe into Samsung heiress' alleged drug use
Police said Thursday that they launched a preliminary probe into a plastic surgery clinic in Seoul where Lee Boo Jin was allegedly given propofol.

Italian driver hijacks and sets bus on fire with 51 students aboard
A 47-year-old bus driver was arrested by Italian police after he had allegedly hijacked his own vehicle and then set it on fire with children aboard.

March Madness: Top prospect James Wiseman has mission to bring Memphis back
No. 1 high school basketball recruit James Wiseman is headed to Memphis next season. He told UPI his mission is to lead the Tigers back to the NCAA tournament.

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Facebook could have moved faster on Christchurch video 'if it were suicide'

Admission comes two days after Facebook and YouTube initially defended responses to live stream of shooting

Facebook has released more details of its response to the Christchurch terrorist attack, saying it did not deal with the attacker’s live stream as quickly as it could have because it was not reported as a video of suicide.

The company said streams that were flagged by users while live were prioritised for accelerated review, as were any recently live streams that were reported for suicide content.

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Hamas violently suppresses Gaza economic protests

Gaza’s rulers, who back Israeli border protests, accused of using force against dissent

Hamas appears to have forcibly suppressed a rare uptick of public dissent in Gaza, beating and arresting scores of people over the past week who were demonstrating against price rises and dire living conditions across the strip.

A group of activists and civil society figures calling itself “We want to live” had planned for a general strike on Thursday. But following riot police attacks since last week, it was not clear if the strike would go ahead.

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Cyclone Idai: satellite images show extent of flooding around Beira

Tens of thousands still trapped by flood waters as rescuers in Mozambique race against clock to deliver aid and supplies

New satellite images of the Mozambican port city of Beira have revealed the vast scale of flooding, as rescuers race to reach tens of thousands of people trapped by flood waters from Cylcone Idai.

European Space Agency images show a huge new inland “lake” measuring 125km by 25km.

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Arrests over hotel spycam porn ring that filmed 1,600 guests across South Korea

Cameras were set up in hair dryer holders and wall sockets in 10 cities, say prosecutors

Police in South Korea have arrested two men for secretly filming 1,600 hotel guests and streaming the footage live online, in the latest voyeurism scandal to hit the country.

The suspects, who have not been named, set up secret cameras in 42 rooms at 30 hotels in 10 South Korean cities between November last year and the start of this month, media reports said.

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'New bizarre low': Trump faces backlash after reviving McCain attacks

Republicans such as Lindsey Graham and Mitt Romney defended the late senator after the president said he ‘never liked’ him

Donald Trump renewed attacks on the late senator John McCain, stating he “never liked” the Arizona Republican and “probably never will”.

The president faced widespread backlash for reviving his criticism of McCain, who died of brain cancer last year.

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Lion Air pilots were looking at handbook when plane crashed

Sources say flight crew of Indonesian jet tried to find procedure to halt dive

The pilots of the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max that crashed in Indonesia were searching a flight manual to try to find why the plane kept lurching downwards against their commands, according to reports of the cockpit voice recording.

The investigation into the crash, which killed all 189 people on board last October, has become even more significant for Boeing and airlines due to its suspected links with the Ethiopian Airlines disaster, where 157 died on the same model of plane.

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Danish billionaires plan to rewild large swath of Scottish Highlands

Scotland’s largest private landowners want to reverse years of land mismanagement, says adviser

The Danish billionaires who are now Scotland’s largest private landowners are trying to restore the Highlands for generations to come, one of their closest advisers has said.

Tim Kirkwood said that Anders and Anne Holch Povlsen, who own more than 80,000 hectares (200,000 acres) across Sutherland and the Grampian mountains wanted to become pioneers of rewilding by reversing years of mismanagement by previous lairds.

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Delhi Crime: Netflix drama takes on gang rape that shocked India

Series focuses on aftermath of crime that pushed government into changing sexual assault laws

Two Delhi police officers drive along a dark highway to the home of an accused rapist, reflecting on the increasingly sadistic violence they are seeing in the Indian capital. “It’s simple,” one tells the other. “The bigger the gap between the rich and poor, the more the crimes.”

Delhi Crime, a Netflix miniseries debuting globally on Friday, reconstructs the police investigation into the notorious 2012 gang rape and murder of Jyoti Singh. The student’s killing triggered protests across India, reform of the country’s sexual assault laws and an ongoing reckoning about women’s safety in the country.

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In New Zealand, a soul-searching question: Are we as open-minded as we think we are?
The attacks on mosque worshippers that left 50 people dead have challenged New Zealanders’ assumptions about themselves.
New Zealand is one of the world’s happiest countries. That also makes it resilient.
A sense of being connected and close to one’s fellow citizens has been evident in the aftermath of the Christchurch shootings.
Militant groups are using Christchurch mosque shootings to spread a message of hate
Intelligence officials say the video of the killing of Muslim worshipers is an especially powerful propaganda tool.
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Cyclone survivors clinging onto trees as they await rescue
Aid workers are scrambling to get food and water to desperate survivors of the devastating cyclone that hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, as thousands remain trapped by floods.

Four men arrested for 'secretly filming 1,600 hotel guests'
South Korean police have arrested four people on suspicion of secretly filming around 1,600 hotel guests and live-streaming or posting the footage online.

Trump under fire over 'bizarre' John McCain funeral comments
Donald Trump has come under fire from his own party after unleashing a bizarre tirade against the late Republican Senator John McCain.

New tech could thwart crime gangs making millions off fake olive oil
Scientists in the US have devised a way of testing to see if olive oil is real without the use of hi-tech scientific equipment.

New Zealand bans semi-automatic weapons after terror attack
Military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles will be banned in New Zealand, the country's prime minister has said.

Boeing 737 MAX pilots scoured manual in minutes before crash
The pilots of a Boeing 737 MAX frantically scoured a manual before their plane crashed into the Java Sea in October, killing all 189 people on board.

Donald Trump attacks the husband of one of his closest aides
Donald Trump has raised the stakes in an ongoing feud with the spouse of one of his closest advisers - describing him as a "loser" and the "husband from hell".

Fed sees no US interest rate rise this year as economy slows
The US Federal Reserve has signalled there will be no interest rate hikes in 2019, citing a slowdown in economic growth.

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The Story Behind TIME’s Christchurch Cover
For the April 1, 2019, International cover of TIME, we reached out to Ruby Jones, a 25-year-old artist from Wellington, New Zealand, to capture the feeling from inside her country in the days following the terrorist attack on a mo
Looted by Nazis, Recovered, Sold Back to Hitler’s Photographer’s Daughter—How One Painting Got Back to Its Rightful Owners
"All of a sudden, paintings that had been part of the 'mythology' of the family are alive and there’s hope"
The New Zealand Attacks Show How White Supremacy Went From a Homegrown Issue to a Global Threat
With an attack on a peaceful nation at the bottom of the world, white supremacists widen their violence
‘Change Is Closer Than We Think.’ Inside Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Unlikely Rise
Every 10 minutes or so, someone knocks on the big wooden door of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s office on Capitol Hill. The noise makes staffers stiffen. It’s almost always a harmless fan, one of dozens who arrive each day
Be More Chill Is a Candy-Colored Musical for the Internet Age
At first, it seemed as if the current Broadway phenomenon Be More Chill was going to be condemned to regional-theater status. “We only had a four-week limited engagement in New Jersey,” says music and lyrics writer Joe
A New Posthumous Album Reveals Marvin Gaye at a Crossroads
In 1972, Marvin Gaye seemed to be at the peak of his career. A year earlier he had released his album What’s Going On, a subversive, era-defining masterpiece. A year later he would release his next album, Let’s Get It

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