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Ahmed al-Jumaili had only been in Dallas for less than three weeks when he was shot and killed. But members of the Muslim community in north Texas say hostility and hate crimes are nothing new, and have been on the rise in recent years.

On the fourth anniversary of the tsunami and nuclear disaster, a museum displays photographers who not only recorded the event's physical effects but interpreted the tragedy's overarching significance.

“If there is one thing I love, it’s the radio platform.” – Shadrach Kabango

CBC and PRI welcome Shadrach Kabango as the new host of Q! Shad has a wealth of experience behind the microphone, including a stint as a guest host on Q. He is a Juno Award-winning rapper and hip-hop artist. Shad was born in Kenya and moved with his parents to London, Ontario.

The revered indie-pop band drops by Studio Q to perform from their new record Kintsugi and sits down with guest host Allan Hawco to talk about their split from band co-founder Chris Walla.

It's been puzzling art curators and experts for a long time, but scientists at the University of Antwerp discovered the reason why some of van Gogh's most prized works of art are turning white.

FROM THE NEWSROOM:  At the top of the agenda for The World today, Iraqi troops are making headway in their battle to take back the city of Tikrit from ISIS control. We've got an update on that. Also, Thomas Erdbrink of the New York Times has been gauging reaction in Tehran to the news that a group of GOP senators have sent a letter to Iran cautioning against a nuclear deal with the US.