Mute teen born without jaw has rap lyrics brought to life by hip-hop star Trap House

Mute teen born without jaw has rap lyrics brought to life by hip-hop star Trap House

Born without a jaw, 17-year-old Isaiah Acosta has never spoken a word. Yet, he just released his first rap song, Oxygen to Fly. The song speaks to his struggles of living with a condition called situs inversus and his survival, despite huge doubts. Recognising Isaiah has a lot to say, Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals introduced him to Phoenix-based rapper Trap House, who gave a voice to Isaiahs lyrics and his first track, for which sales will benefit childrens hospitals. Isaiahs experience was recorded in this documentary short, produced by Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals and directed by Torben Bernhard. Mar 13, 2017
Irate Millwall fan punches Spurs supporter after FA Cup London derby

Irate Millwall fan punches Spurs supporter after FA Cup London derby

After a humiliating 6-0 loss in the FA cup quarter final, a video appears to show a Millwall fan snap and punch a taunting Tottenham supporter in the face on 12 March. Fans of Tottenham Hotspur and Millwall clashed before their teams met, as police tried to keep the fans separate and under control. The FA is also investigating Millwalls fans after they reportedly targeted Tottenham Hotspur forward Heung-min Son with racist chants. Mar 13, 2017
Syrias war: The conflict explained

Syrias war: The conflict explained

What started with young men vandalizing the walls of a school with the words “It’s your turn, Doctor Bashar al-Assad” in February 2011 has evolved into six years of bloodshed, violence and destruction. Syria, the Arab Spring’s greatest failure, is fast approaching another anniversary. Newsweek details Syria’s descent into war, one that has transformed a people, a country, and a region, potentially forever. Mar 13, 2017
1,000s protest for resignation of Guatemala president after teen shelter fire

1,000s protest for resignation of Guatemala president after teen shelter fire

Thousands of people banged drums, chanted and marched in Guatemala City on 11 March, to demand President Jimmy Morales step down after a deadly shelter fire. At least 39 girls were killed last week when a fire ripped through the Virgen de la Asuncion Guatemala City shelter for abused teens, while 52 girls were locked inside. Police and witnesses say the fire appeared to have been started by one of the girls, possibly as a protest after hours of being trapped inside. Mar 13, 2017