As Americans hit the malls this Friday, we asked some folks around the globe about the equivalent to Black Friday in their country. What we found is a many similarities, but not many places that do it quite the American way.
An anti-gay law dating back to the time when India was a British colony has been reinstated by the Supreme Court of India. Previously in 2009, a Delhi court order had decriminalized gay sexual relationships.
One year ago, a young woman in Delhi was raped by a group of six men. She later died of her injuries. The incident created a discussion in India that has led many Indians to change their attitudes toward violence against women.