Last Tuesday, US magazine National Geographic apologised for what it called decades of past racist coverage. Among some examples, editor Susan Goldberg cited a photo caption from 1916 that left her "speechless".
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LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - A group of clerics in Pakistan has declared marriage between transgender individuals permissible in Islam, saying they have a right to be buried in Muslim ceremonies, according