Headlines Around the World: Blind football players, special Japanese bra and new parental leave
On November 15, we searched the world for tales of true triumph.
BELARUS: Belarus is a nation of 9.5 million and is located on Russia's western border. There you’ll find a team of soccer players who know their way around the pitch better than anyone. They have to because they're blind!
JAPAN: As part of a program to commemorate the rise of Japanese women in the fields of arts and athletics, an international designer has unveiled a new bra with metal cups and characters forming the word "restoration."
UNITED KINGDOM: The United Kingdom has changed their parental leave system. Now, both parents can take up to a year of leave to spend at home with the kids.
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