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Comfort women; the young Syrian who made his way to Norway; Boko Haram in Cameroon.
(Picture: South Korean woman embraces the comfort women statue
Credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
Iraqi forces claim Ramadi liberated; extreme weather; Pacific rowing record.
Picture: A member from the Iraqi security forces holds an Iraqi flag in the city of Ramadi, December 27, 2015
Yarmouk deal in doubt; the man who changed psychiatry; Extreme altruists
Evacuation of fighters on hold in Yarmouk; Cecil Rhodes statue controversy; physics for non-physicists
(Photo: Yarmouk has seen fierce clashes, bombardment and siege since early in the war Credit: Getty Images)
French journalist forced from China; A troubled deal in Yarmouk, Syria; One of the world's most in-demand sitar players on his ensemble of blind musicians.
(Photo: An ethnic Uighur man plays with his grandson in the old district of Kashgar city. Credit: Reuters / Carlos Barria)
Christians face Middle East elimination; Erdogan stops suicide; Newshour quiz.
(Photo: The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, delivers his Christmas Day sermon at Canterbury Cathedral. Credit: Getty Images)