Top Stories of the Week
At least 20 people were killed and around 100 injured after 100 meters of partially built flyover collapsed on to a crowded street in Kolkata, India.
South African President Jacob Zuma has been ordered to reimburse millions of dollars to the state because he used state money for luxurious extensions of his estate.
17 youth activists were sentenced to between 4 and 8 years’ imprisonment for rebellion after they organized a book reading in 2015
Local officials say 65 people were killed, and over 200 were injured after a reported suicide bombing in Lahore, Pakistan.
A week on from the deadly suicide bombings, we took an in-depth look at the Brussels attacks investigation: the arrests, the links to Paris and the suspects.
Other stories from the past week
Virginia state trooper Chad Dermyer was killed and two women injured in a shooting at a Richmond Greyhound bus station. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague acquitted Serbian nationalist Vojislav Šešelj of crimes against humanity and war crimes. Microsoft set out its vision for the future of Windows at Build 2016. The National Living Wage become law in the UK on Friday. The U.S. Capitol complex and White House were briefly on lockdown Monday afternoon when one person was shot near the buildings. Communication with an X-ray astronomy satellite failed, according to Japan’s space agency. U.S. legislators prepared draft legislation to create a board to oversee the finances of the Commonwealth Of Puerto Rico
What Got Us Thinking
These images of starving babies from Yemen are some of the most shocking to emerge from the war-torn nationhttps://t.co/LSUsQJOuef
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) March 30, 2016
If you missed this, an incredible account from a Brussels eyewitness about his treatment by journos re: his ugc https://t.co/r8UOLrULbs
— Claire Wardle (@cward1e) March 31, 2016
— David Beard (@dabeard) March 26, 2016
NYT mini-documentary on how France's far right moved into the dark space created by the Nov 13 attack in Paris https://t.co/0fkxvWQaQ7
— Rukmini Callimachi (@rcallimachi) April 1, 2016
Revealed: how Associated Press cooperated with the Nazis https://t.co/UGy4YtFKfd
— Joe Humphreys (@JoeHumphreys42) March 31, 2016
The murky science seems to imply that nearly anyone is a potential terrorist https://t.co/hj2Ou9N3Xi
— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 28, 2016
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) March 27, 2016
In other news
— BBC World Service (@bbcworldservice) March 28, 2016
— The Verge (@verge) March 26, 2016
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) March 28, 2016
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— Said M. Dahir (@SaidMDahir) April 1, 2016