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'Remains of the Day' author Ishiguro wins Nobel Literature Prize


2017-10-05

Stockholm announces British author Kazuo Ishiguro, best known for his novel "The Remains of the Day" , has won the 2017 Nobel Literature Prize. The 69-year-old author reacts to the news in London.

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Hong Kong domestic workers jump in deep end


2018-11-12
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Domestic helpers in Hong Kong hold a marginalised position in society and can find it difficult to access public facilities. But some are making a big splash on Sundays thanks to free swimming lessons.

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Bono discusses abuse scandals with the Pope


2018-09-19
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U2 frontman Bono says he could see the pain on Pope Francis's face when he told him "it looks to some people that the abusers are being more protected than the victims".

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Dublin gets ready to welcome the Pope


2018-08-23
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The World Meeting of Families (WMoF) Pastoral opens in Dublin, 37,000 people are expected ahead of Pope Francis' visit.

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Korean family reunion brings no end to heartache


2018-08-16

The announcement that the first reunions in several years are to take place between families divided by the Korean War evokes bittersweet memories for Kim Jong-gyu. Her few hours with her brother in 2014 -– under the watchful eyes of the North's agents -– were probably their last together.

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Taiwan's Tsai on brave women, #MeToo and self-confidence


2018-06-25
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Soft-spoken and naturally shy, Taiwan's first female leader President Tsai Ing-wen is not an obvious trailblazer for women's rights. But after taking over a party once seen as chauvinist and defying sexist critics, she calls on other women to shrug off self-doubt and be "brave" in the #MeToo era.