Three female Laureates have headed to Bangladesh to meet women from Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim community. The three women aim to raise the profile of the plight of women who were tortured and raped by soldiers.
The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games are drawing to a conclusion with the final act, the closing ceremony. Still suspended by the IOC, the Russians will not be allowed to carry their flag into the stadium.
After 10 days of non-stop cinema, the Berlin Film Festival culminated in a glittering awards ceremony. The Golden Bear for best film went to the controversial Romanian docudrama 'Touch Me Not'. And Wes Anderson snapped up silver for best director.
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