The comments appeared in a BBC documentary, aired online late on March 4, about a fatal attack on a student in 2012. India has banned the show.
The BBC show, which was due to be aired on March 8, contains a new interview in which one of the convicted attackers says women “should just be silent and allow the rape.” Update: The U.K. broadcast has been brought forward to March 4.
Mihaela Noroc traveled all around the world to show that stunning female beauty is everywhere.
Thailand’s interim parliament passed the law on Thursday after two big surrogacy scandals last year.
The photo project “Atlas of Beauty” took photographer Mihaela Noroc to 37 countries, where she saw endless versions of beauty over 15 months.
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
One of the groups behind the shrine to Narendra Modi has said it will now be removed, local media reported.
Malaysia’s top court made a final ruling against opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Tuesday morning and sentenced him to five years in jail on sodomy charges. The ruling sparked criticism of the government at home and abroad.
Anwar Ibrahim, who has repeatedly called the charges a ploy to silence the government’s rivals, will now start a five-year prison sentence.
“She’s showing off her vagina basically.”
Preliminary findings released Friday suggest the pilots may have shut off fuel to the wrong engine in response to a “flame out.” The death toll is at 43, including both pilots.
Pro-Russian rebels unleashed a barrage of rocket fire against the eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol Saturday. The rockets killed at least 30 civilians.
Scientists have pieced together one of the oldest skeletons to ever be found in the Americas. From the January issue of National Geographic magazine.
The men’s release marks the first time Guantanamo prisoners have been sent to the central Asian country.
“No, where are you really from?”
“Dozens” were arrested in Cuba, local human rights watchers reported.
The 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit the mountainous region that hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics.
Japan’s economy contracted over the summer, sending the country back into recession. The news comes at a time when countries across the globe are struggling to keep their economies from shrinking.
President Obama travels to Burma on Sunday. This week, the Burmese government announced a new deportation policy targeting the Muslim ethnic group it refuses to acknowledge exists.
There’s so many ways to say the word love.
Potato chips just got a little weirder.
Because John Cho can not be our only, and last, dreamy Asian lead on network TV.
Posing with a Swedish flag, teacup, and a bowl of fruit. Because #ARTPOP.
Tips for the spookiest worldwide tour ever.
Can you guess which country has the most generous policy?
The blast happened Saturday in Kunshan, Jiangsu, according to Chinese state media.
In 1990 there were only 10 cities in the world with 10 million or more people. By 2030, there will be 41.
There’s no such thing as “Irish” potatoes?!