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BBC World Service - Outlook, Rwanda: Forgiving My Parents' Killer

The award-winning Rwandan singer, Jean Paul Samputu, tells how he forgave his close friend for killing his parents. Jean Paul was touring in Europe when the 1994 genocide erupted in Rwanda. He survived, but lost his entire family. Years later he would return to the country to offer forgiveness to …

Associated Press News

Mob Attacks Ebola Treatment Center Run by Doctors Without Borders

A mob attacked an Ebola virus treatment center in Guinea on Friday, forcing Doctors Without Borders staff to shut the center down, an organization spokesman said.<p>"Young individuals from the local community" threatened staff at the center and accused them of bringing Ebola to Guinea, Doctors Without …

Disease

Earthquake Experts Alarmed by California’s Puente Hills Fault

California

Associated Press News

The First Amendment Doesn’t Protect the Right to Buy the American Government

The Supreme Court ruled in McCutcheon that a cap on campaign donations violates freedom of speech. This is a dangerous misunderstanding of the First …

Rwanda genocide survivors back reconciliation | Rwanda

Frederic Kazigwemo was one of thousands of men who helped perpetrate the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Twenty years later, local residents elected him as Mbyo village's spokesperson.<p>Mbyo is a Reconciliation Village, located one hour's drive from the capital of Kigali. It's a microcosm of victims and …

The US is achingly close to recovering all the jobs it lost in the Great Recession

In the US jobs report this morning, attention was on the slightly disappointing 192,000 increase and the unmoving 6.7% unemployment rate. But the market did notch a milestone of sorts. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the total number of private sector jobs climbed to 116.1 million. …

Demographics

This Month in K-Pop: Filicide, Sex, Skrillex, and Charity

Our monthly roundup of the best tunes and wildest news from the Land of the Morning Calm.<p>Like the last gasp of what's been one bitter winter in Seoul, March was a particularly cold and dark month in K-pop. The harshest winds came by way of China, where a Beijing citizen named Zhou Kai was arraigned …

Mom sacrifices life to save unborn daughter

When Elizabeth Joice found out that she was pregnant, she and her husband, Max, were ecstatic. A fertility specialist had told her that this would …

Dear Anti-Vaxxers: You Want Pure Nature? OK, Die Young.

None of the New York parents who are refusing to vaccinate their children today were around the city in the summer of 1916, which is good for them …

Uganda throws a party to celebrate passing of anti-gay law

Rally shows how homosexuality is being used to represent all the evils besetting the nation, says Daily Maverick<p>At a stadium in Kampala, 30,000 Ugandans gathered to give thanks to the president, Yoweri Museveni, for passing the anti-homosexuality act. Monday's event combined the fanfare of a mass …

U.S. News | Latest National News, Videos & Photos - ABC News - ABC News

2 Texas transgender women dead within a week of each other<p>Man threatens to report Spanish-speaking women<p>Duo comes up with vision to address discarded …

Middle School

Climate change is felt globally and risks are rising, U.N. panel says

Climate change is already affecting every continent and ocean, posing immediate and growing risks to people, an international panel of scientists warned Monday.<p>The longer society delays steps to cut the release of planet-warming greenhouse gases, the more severe and widespread the harm will be, …

A 'Highly Unusual' Triple Threat of Storms Over North America

Robert Smith Doesn't Sound Too Enthusiastic About the Cure's Next Album

<i>Photo by Kirstie Shanley</i><p>XFM: Robert Smith interview (via SoundCloud)<p>Earlier this year, the Cure announced plans to release a new record this year, titled <i>4:14 Scream</i>, which was recorded at the same time as 2008's <i>4:13 Dream.</i> However, as CoS points out, frontman Robert Smith doesn't seem too excited …

Rand Paul Wants Donors to Know He's Super Prepared to Run for President

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Sen. Rand Paul already has people working for him, presumably for a run for president in 2016, in …

Top Kenyan MP: Homosexuality like terrorism

Homosexuality in Kenya is as bad a problem as terrorism, the ruling party's parliamentary leader said, but argued against stepping up legal sanctions on the grounds that existing laws were tough enough.<p>Aden Duale, the majority leader from President Uhuru Kenyatta's ruling Jubilee coalition, was …

Infrared Film Turns The Arctic Hot Pink

Many photographers share a fascination with discontinued film stock–shooting on film that’s in danger of extinction seems to lend their work a rare, enchanted flavor. New York–based photographer Daniel Zvereff recently got a hold of some of the last remaining supply of expired Kodak Aerochrome film …

Two More Bodies Recovered From Mudslide Scene

Two more bodies were recovered Tuesday after a massive mudslide last weekend near Seattle, raising the confirmed death total to 16, authorities said Tuesday night.<p>Eight more bodies were believed to have been found but hadn't been recovered, Snohomish County District Fire Chief Travis Hots told …

Mudslides

Tuberculosis Roars Back With A Deadly Edge

Two weeks ago, 12-year-old Nokubheka's mother died from drug-resistant tuberculosis.<p>"I love singing and dancing to the song," Nokubheka says as she marches around in a hot pink skirt and sweatshirt. "When I'm dancing, I forget that my mother passed away."<p>Now the young girl from Swaziland has …

Polio in Syria: An outbreak that threatens the Middle East

<b>As summer approaches, health agencies are warning of the risk of polio spreading across the Middle East from Syria - where now more than 100 children show symptoms of the disease - despite a massive campaign to vaccinate millions of children in surrounding countries.</b><p>In the back of a car parked …

Middle East

Republicans Are Driving the Momentum for Gay Marriage

From politicians and donors to the party rank and file, a change of heart in the GOP is a major factor in the issue's increasing public acceptance.<p>Michigan's gay-marriage ban was ruled unconstitutional last Friday, struck down by Bernard Friedman, a judge who was originally appointed to the federal …

Kim Hairdo May Not Be Required

First Asteroid With Rings Discovered

Move over, Saturn—rings aren't just for giant planets anymore.<p>Saturn has rings, of course, and so do the other gas giants of our solar system—Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune—albeit wispier ones than Saturn's.<p><b>But until now it seemed that only giant planets had the gravity to hold on to the billions of</b> …