Associated Press
Associated Press 11 Nov 2020

Jane Fonda reflects on 25 years of nonprofit work


Jane Fonda is celebrating 25 years of the Georgia-based nonprofit organization she founded to help prevent teenage pregnancies. She recently spoke to The Associated Press about what's next for Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential. (Nov. 12)

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson reflects on the meaning of Christmas.
CGTN's Frances Kuo speaks with clinical psychologist Andrew Schwehm about the mental health of frontline healthcare workers.
When Petri Hawkins Byrd sent a letter to his old boss Judge Judith Sheindlin in 1995 congratulating her for scoring a TV show, he didn't expect a reply back. But 25 years later, the show will end this season, and he reflects on his time as the only bailiff on "Judge Judy." (Dec. 1)
The war in Bosnia and Herzegovina ended 25 years ago but the quest for justice continues with nearly 600 people facing war crimes charges.
Following the closure of the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Bosnian courts have taken over the process.
Ahmici is a small village where 116 Muslim men, women and children killed by Bosnian Croat forces, one of the war's darkest atrocities.
Some 150 Bosnian Croats are said to have taken part in the Ahmici attack. Ten were convicted but three were later acquitted on appeal and are back living in the area.

Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reports from Ahmici in central Bosnia, where survivors say many of the guilty are still walking free.

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