RT America -- March 31, 2015

US ‘War on Terror’ killed 1.3 million over decade – report

A report by the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War organization, along with other doctors groups, is taking a deep look at the body count and the physical toll that America’s ‘War on Terror’ has exerted over the past decade. The report, called “Body Count: Casualty Figures after 10 Years of the ‘War on Terror,’” studies the reported death tolls of people in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan, and states the number falls between 1.3 million and 2 million casualties. Manuel Rapalo reports.

Instagram receives backlash following takedown of menstrual blood image

A debate over censorship and art has started on another social media network, this time online photo gallery Instagram, after artist Rupi Kaur took a self-portrait showing a small amount of menstrual blood. Anya Parampil takes a look at the controversy, backlash, and the troubling rift between self-expression and censorship.