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14 August 2016

Stories from 14 August 2016

Cairo's Rabaa Massacre: Three Years On, the Smell of Death Still Lingers

Three years have passed, but we refuse to forget the Rabaa Massacre.

A Viral Hit-and-Run CCTV Video Begs the Question: ‘Is Humanity Dead in Delhi'?

"Over 200 people callously walked past the hit & run victim, Matibool. One gave him a kick & stole his phone."

Indonesia’s First Palace Art Exhibition Celebrates Independence Struggle

"This kind of exhibition is expected to be able to grow and keep the love and pride of nationalism in the minds of Indonesian people, especially the youth."

From Harbin to Shenyang, Reminders of Japanese Rule Hang Heavy over Northeast China

"There is a wreath here from the Japanese Consulate in Shenyang, and the Japanese government has officially acknowledged [the Pingdingshan massacre] took place."

Japan's Annual Summer Baseball Extravaganza Has Begun

In this baseball-mad country, Koshien is literally the place where dreams come true.

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