Stories from 15 January 2016
"Has the region been sectarianized? Yes. Are the differences real? Yes. Is the current war posturing an ancient theological dispute? No," tweets Iyad El-Baghdadi about the so-called Sunni-Shia rift.
"Sexism is part of how our society was structured [but] culture and language systems evolve and change. There is no reason we cannot."
"This attack won't weaken Indonesia; on the contrary, Indonesia will be stronger."
Angkety map is a new report highlighting digital resources available to Australia's indigenous communities interested in using technology for language preservation and revitalization.
"Only when the names of those who were killed are known, when the stories of their suffering are heard...people everywhere will call out to end the war."
Social media users in Ukraine's capital Kyiv posted multiple images showing the ad screens in the subway taken over by a picture of smiling Moriarty from the BBC Sherlock series.
While many see refugees arriving in Europe as a burden, one organisation in the Netherlands is looking for entrepreneurs among the influx so they can contribute to the economy.
Reducing the wide range of his talents to a few blockbusters doesn't do justice to Rickman's career, which involved supporting charities that benefited people all around the world.
The female film student accused her professor of forcing her to have sex with him, but when she spoke up she said the student body turned on her.