Using Instagram, free workshops in her shop and public places where Palestinian designer Yasmeen Mjalli sometimes installs herself with a typewriter, she offers women the freedom to express their feelings and tell stories they cannot share elsewhere. read more
Though Gurugram police spokesperson Subhash Boken maintained that prima facie it was not a gang-rape and that this would only be confirmed later in the investigation, a police officer privy to the case said the class 9 student was gang-raped. read more
Indian-American Kavya Kopparapu, Rishab Jain, and British-Indian Amika George are among the group who have become inspirations for youngsters across the world due to their spectacular achievements through their work and passion. read more
Coca grower Mariel Chura, 21, plays the viola during a break from harvesting coca leaves in her lot in Chura, Chulumani province, Bolivia. When she joined a youth orchestra aged 14, Chura did not even know what a viola was. Seven years later, she loves the instrument, which has offered her an escape from the hardships of life in Bolivia’s biggest coca-producing area.
The teenager, a resident of Hajin, had gone missing in August and had not been traced since. Police had said that the boy joined militancy immediately after he went missing along with another youth. read more
Young participants of the “Temper of will” summer camp, organised by the nationalist Svoboda party, sit inside a tent with their AK-47 riffles as they receive instructions during a tactical exercise in a village near Ternopil, Ukraine. The camp has two purposes: to train children to defend their country ... and to spread nationalist ideology.
The Desert News reported the 14- and 15-year-old boys stole the single-engine Cessna Thursday from a private airstrip in Jensen along U.S. Highway 40 about 15 miles (24 km) west of the Colorado line. read more