Bill Clinton criticises Black Lives Matter protesters at rally

Bill Clinton angrily told Black Lives Matter protesters that they are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter, on 7 April, prompting criticism from black voters whose support Hillary Clinton is counting on in her quest for the presidency. The former president spent more than 10 minutes facing down the protesters at a campaign rally in Philadelphia for his wife over the criticisms that a 1994 crime bill he approved while president led to a surge in the imprisonment of black people. Apr 8, 2016

California bill to fight fashion models eating disorders advances

California bill AB-2539, aimed at reducing eating disorders among models, cleared its first legislative hurdle on 6 April, following efforts in several countries to fight extreme thinness in an industry that pressures models to lose weight. The measure would require the state to develop health standards for models and regard them as employees of the brands they represent. Apr 7, 2016

Belgium launches appeal to find man in hat bombing suspect

Belgium launches appeal to find man in hat bombing suspectBelgian prosecutors appeal to public for help in finding bombing suspect and release new video of the route the the man in the hat took after allegedly leaving a bomb at Brussels Airport on 22 March. Apr 7, 2016

First female master tailor opens shop on Londons Savile Row

Kathryn Sargent made history on 6 April by becoming the first female master tailor to open her own shop in Londons prestigious Savile Row. After being trained at Royal tailor Gieves and Hawkes for 15 years, where she also broke ground by becoming the first female head cutter, her journey came full circle when she opened the doors to her own store on the iconic street, which has traditionally been dominated by men in its near 200-year association with tailoring. Apr 7, 2016