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'I want my life back': Japan sterilisation victims seek justice

Junko Iizuka remembers clearly the day she was taken to a hospital as a teenager and forcibly sterilised under a Japanese government programme.

Commonwealth Canopy

A rainforest design is being projected onto Buckingham Palace in London, part of Queen Elizabeth II Commonwealth Canopy global conservation initiative to preserve forests for future generations.

Ball parade

A boy looking at a ball representing Australia, part of the "Ball Parade Russia 2018" on display along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City. The exhibition presents 32 balls that make reference to each of the countries taking part in the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia.

'What next?' Cubans wonder as Castro era draws to a close

They are farmers, musicians, dancers and fishermen and all of them hold different hopes for Cuba's future in the post-Castro era, where a new generation is preparing to take power for the first time in nearly 60 years.

Water fight

Revellers splashing water over one another while celebrating the Songkran festival in Bangkok.

Dark side of play for S. Korea's female game makers

When US video-game maker Riot Games held a highly anticipated League of Legends championship match in South Korea last year, about half the spectators in the packed arena were women.

Mexico community police fight cartels' fire with fire

In the rugged mountains of Guerrero, the most violent state in a Mexico awash in blood, the civilians who have taken up arms to protect their communities often tell a similar story.

Giant head

Workers putting the finishing touches on a "giant head" display at the Gardens by the Bay flower dome in Singapore for the 6th edition annual tulip festival from April 13 to May 13.

Meaningful activities for the family

My family lives together under one roof, and we share the same last name, but we don't "feel" like a family. How can I begin to put a sense of togetherness into this harried household? How do you put meaningful activities into your family?

Trouble in Paradise: Tourism surge lashes Southeast Asia's beaches

Hordes of tourists clamber across the white sand with selfie sticks as Thai park rangers wade into turquoise waters to direct boats charging into the cliff-ringed cove.


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