David Attenborough

Anti-terrorism police investigating knife attack in Paris

In Paris, near the former office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, at least two people were stabbed Friday, with one suffering serious injuries. And, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has apologized for the killing of a South Korean government worker who was shot and burned after crossing into the North just off the shore. Also, Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for a cyber truce between Moscow and Washington.

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Decision in Breonna Taylor case sparks new protests; Hong Kong police arrested Joshua Wong; North Korean troops shot and killed a South Korean official

Global eyes are on renewed racial justice protests in the US, with demonstrations again erupting in several cities around the country in response to Wednesday’s announced decision not to charge Kentucky police officers for the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. And, Hong Kong police arrested Joshua Wong and a second pro-democracy activist on Thursday for having joined a rally last October. Also, North Korean troops shot and killed a South Korean official allegedly trying to defect to Pyongyang.

Arts, Culture & Media

Walking With Benjamin Britten

After lunch, every afternoon, Benjamin Britten would go out walking, notes Chris Watson, a professional sound recordist. 'During that walk, which was maybe an hour, maybe 90 minutes, he would consider and edit in his mind his morning's work.'

Amazing Rare Things

In his new book, Sir David Attenborough explores how artists portrayed the natural world during the Age of Discovery.