"Ta Ta! German Tabloid Strips Front Page of Daily Nude"
On the occasion of International Women's Day, Bild said goodbye to its 28-year tradition of publishing a topless model on its front page.
Of course, the historic moment was marked in today's edition with a big headline, and, well, with the two-column assets of "the beautiful Eva from Poland," who will be the last topless model on the front page.
There are stark words this morning from the U.N.'s top humanitarian affairs official about what she saw this week during a two-day visit to Syria. In a statement sent to reporters, Valerie Amos says, in part:
Afghan and American officials today signed an agreement that will hand over control of the main U.S. detention center in that country to the Afghan government.
And the American commander of U.S. and international forces in Afghanistan called the agreement "another example of the progress of transition, and our efforts to ensure that Afghanistan can never again be a safe haven for terrorists."
Credit Toru Yamanaka and Roslan Rahman / AFP/Getty Images
On March 11, 2011, at 2:46 p.m. (JST) Japan changed as a nation. A magnitude 9.0 earthquake, the largest to ever hit the island nation, and subsequent tsunami claimed more than 16,000 lives. One year later, the recovery efforts continue, as does the mourning.
A year after suffering the worst nuclear accident in its history, Japan is still struggling to understand what happened at the Fukushima nuclear plant in the country's northeast.
Last week, an independent commission released a report arguing that Japan narrowly averted what could have been a far deadlier disaster and that the government withheld this information from the public.