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Dutch must apologize for turning Muslims away from UN base in Srebrenica: lawyer
It's time for the Dutch state to apologize for the deaths of 350 Muslim boys and men who were executed by Bosnian Serb forces after being turned away from a UN base, says a lawyer for the victims' wives and mothers.
'His only focus was to play,' says daughter of 1st black Red Sox player Pumpsie Green
"People call him the reluctant first African-American to play. He wasn't reluctant to hold that title. He just wanted to play," says Keisha Green
Toni Morrison on race, racism and her novel God Help the Child
From our archives: Nobel Prize-winning U.S. novelist Toni Morrison talks to As It Happens host Carol Off in 2015.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
July 19, 2019
This Toronto woman says a Gambian dictator raped her. Now she's fighting for justice
Jallow, 23, is one of three women who have publicly accused the exiled former president Yahya Jammeh of rape, and the only one to use her full name.
Rare deep-sea video captures 'carnivorous ravioli' starfish chowing down
After three weeks at sea, a deepwater research team is celebrating rare live sightings of a variety of starfish species — including one that looks remarkably like ravioli.
BBC tech reporter documents his own cutting-edge 'proton beam' eye cancer treatment
Documenting the high-tech treatment for the rare eye cancer he's lived with for 14 years was interesting, enjoyable, and "frankly a distraction," says Rory Cellan-Jones
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
July 18, 2019
Puerto Rican woman protests for her late husband, mocked by the governor in private chats
Puerto Rico's Center for Investigative Journalism published 889 pages of private chat logs between Rosselló and nine members of his administration.
Meet the Florida alligator trapper who caught Chicago's 'Chance the Snapper'
When Frank Robb was called in to catch a rogue alligator in a Chicago park, he didn't know he would become a local hero.
As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
July 17, 2019
Trump spews 'pure and simple racism' as migrants suffer in U.S. camps: congresswoman
Norma Torres says Trump's tweets are hurtful and racist — but she's not going to be distracted from drawing attention to conditions at U.S. migrant detention camps.
Step inside Egypt's Bent Pyramid — open for the first time in more than 50 years
Egypt has opened the so-called Bent Pyramid to tourists. Egyptologist Salima Ikram welcomes the news and says tourists will have a better experience than she did on her journeys into the previously neglected pyramid.
Welsh town steals world's steepest street record from New Zealand
The residents of the Welsh town of Harlech have succeeded in their bid to knock the "New Zealand off its little perch."
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
July 16, 2019
Jeff Flake calls Trump's tweets about congresswomen 'vile' — but he won't call them racist
A former Republican senator says calling Donald Trump racist or demanding he be impeached would just play into the president's hand.
Still no freedom for Eritrean man falsely identified as human-trafficking kingpin
Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe thought he was going to walk out of Italian prison a free man on Friday after a judge ruled he was the victim of mistaken identify. Instead he went to a detention centre.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
July 15, 2019
Chuckwagon champ Kelly Sutherland defends the sport after 3rd horse dies in Calgary Stampede
Kelly (The King) Sutherland discusses the third horse death at this year's Calgary Stampede — and why he'll still saddle up in defence of his sport anytime.
As it Happened: The Archive Edition - Lt.-Gen. Roméo Dallaire
Roméo Dallaire witnessed the horrors of the genocide in Rwanda up close. From our archives, Dallaire speaks to As It Happens host Carol Off about his 2016 book and his struggles with PTSD.
'We're losing our identity': Why this small Irish county is fighting Sitka spruce trees
In northwestern Ireland, the small county of Leitrim says it is overrun with Sitka spruce trees, planted as part of a government initiative to fight climate change. County Coun. Justin Warnock says the trees are destroying his community.
This Mississippi reporter bowed out of Republican campaign trip over demand she bring a male chaperone
Mississippi Today reporter Larrison Campbell says Republican gubernatorial candidate Robert Foster's request that she bring a male colleague along while covering his campaign is an act of "blatant sexism."
As It Happens: Friday Edition
July 12, 2019
Canadian singer who quit drinking calls for booze-free options at music venues
Damhnait Doyle cut out alcohol a year ago and says the industry should do more to support musicians who don't drink.
Producer sets record straight on Rip Torn's wild reputation — and that time the actor broke into a bank
A former executive producer of The Larry Sanders Show pays tribute to the late actor Rip Torn — who was a force of nature, onscreen and behind the scenes.