Stories from 27 February 2017
On the second anniversary of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov's assassination, Zhanna Nemtsova published a letter to her late father on Facebook.
“Open a funeral house for me, you will hear about my death soon.”
"I'm not ashamed of making my videos up here and showing the place I call home. This is my reality."
Spectacular images of an annual fiery festival in Obama, Japan, that marks the start of spring.
"Active Citizen" will inform users about military attacks in seconds and, the app's creators hope, help reduce casualties among civilians in the war-torn regions of eastern Ukraine.
"We need to seek equality and brotherhood among nations and respect nations’ rights, as well as avoid arrogance and efforts toward domineering others."
"I know about half a dozen people here, who have truly forgotten that one day they arrived here and lived here illegally."
New Immigration Policies Convince More Japanese Americans to Engage in the Radical Act of Remembering
Americans were discriminated against and incarcerated during World War II because of their ancestry. This created a generation of their descendants who don’t want to see it happen again.