BuzzFeed Archive for April 1, 2015

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Conoce al lindo bebé que nació sin nariz

Eli Thompson nació sin nariz debido a una extraña malformación conocida por afectar sólo 1 en 197 millones de bebés. A pesar de su notable ausencia facial, su madre dice que el niño está bien.

Depression Isn’t What You Think It Is

Millions of people are diagnosed with major depression, while a growing number of scientists are saying it isn’t a distinct condition. It’s part of a big shake-up in psychiatry as researchers attempt to define mental disorders by what’s going wrong in the brain rather than using checklists of symptoms.

Why Matthew Perry Can’t Quit

After 10 years on Friends, Perry could have chosen to do whatever he wanted — but what he’s always wanted is to work. With his reboot of The Odd Couple, the actor seems finally to have found the right role.

The Warrior Imams On The Battlefields Of Iraq

Imams have joined Shiite militia on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS, tasked with stoking the religious passions of the fighters – but also working to keep them in line. BuzzFeed News’ Mike Giglio reports from Iraq.

Arkansas Governor Signs Revised Religious Freedom Bill Into Law

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday had called for state lawmakers to recall a religious freedom bill and amend its language to mirror a long-standing federal law. The legislature gave final approval to a revised bill Thursday afternoon and the governor signed it within the hour.

Duke Student Admits To Hanging Noose From A Tree On Campus

Update: «The student is no longer on campus,» the university said in a statement. «This campus is not a safe space, and has proven beyond any doubt that it is a hostile environment for any and all black people,» the Duke People of Color Caucus said.

What’s Going On Around The World Today?

Nigeria will see a peaceful transition of power for the first time since its 1960 independence. Arkansas passed a religious freedom bill similar to the Indiana law causing an uproar. And what happened when a BuzzFeed writer followed his stolen iPhone around the world to China.