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Tiger Woods finally won a major again, Novak Djokovic outlasted Roger Federer in an epic Wimbledon final, Megan Rapinoe shone on and off the pitch at football's women's World Cup, and Siya Kolisi became the first black player to captain South Africa to a major rugby title, at the World Cup, in some of the big 2019 sporting moments.
Leaders from around the world talk about bridging the gap and providing quality education to children who can’t afford to, and educating families from underprivileged backgrounds on its importance.
The Hague: Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi faced calls for Myanmar to "stop the genocide" of Rohingya Muslims as she personally led her country's defence at the UN's top court on Tuesday (Dec 10). Suu Kyi, whose silence about the plight of the Rohingya has tarnished her reputation as a rights icon, sat through graphic accounts of murder and rape in the wood-panelled courtroom.
Yangon: From democracy champion to defending Myanmar against genocide charges, the shock decision by civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to face the UN’s top court risks further damaging her image overseas and deepening the siege mentality at home.
Experience South Africa’s Mother City in seven adventurous ways.
A vacuum of values and principled leadership is causing Malaysians to feel weak, and turn to figures like Hitler for strength.
The 1953 painting by Rafael Tufiño Figueroa features his mother with a red scarf on her head, a determined look on her face and heavy expression lines, a depiction of a working-class woman that broke from conventional portraits of the time that focused largely on wealthy men.
CAPE TOWN/YOKOHAMA (Reuters) - Siya Kolisi completed his rags-to-riches journey from a dusty, poverty-stricken township on the eastern coast of South Africa to World Cup-winning captain on Saturday when he led the Springboks to victory over England.