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No adults in the room, eponymous or anonymous No adults in the room, eponymous or anonymous by Thanos Kalamidas
The book, "A Warning" by Anonymous, reached me sometime around noon on the 18th of November and I had it read the same evening. I've read in page after page about an unethical, erratic and often illogical, ignorant... (Add a comment)
Surviving on Camp 44Surviving on Camp 44 by Joseph Gatt
I was at a death camp in South Korea between January 2, 2015 and June 21, 2015. Only after reading Viktor Frankl's "Man's search for meaning" am I fully able to express, rather clearly, the horrors I went through. (Add a comment)
Letting the Side Down: Prince Andrew, the Royal Family and Jeffrey EpsteinLetting the Side Down: Prince Andrew, the Royal Family and Jeffrey Epstein by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
The choking cloud of Jeffrey Epstein's paedophilic legacy has been floating over the Atlantic for some time. It does its best (or worst) in matters of US and British celebrity, warts and all. (Add a comment)
WMA Deplores Breaking down in Hong Kong Medical CareWMA Deplores Breaking down in Hong Kong Medical Care by Ovi Magazine Guest
The reported breakdowns of medical care and humanitarian assistance for protesters in Hong Kong have been deplored by the World Medical Association. (Add a comment)
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Kennedy shotKennedy shot by The Ovi Team
22 November 2019
November 22nd 1963; the President of the United States was assassinated by a gunman in Dallas, Texas. John F Kennedy was hit in the head and throat when three shots were fired at his open-topped car. (Add a comment)
Can Malaysia's Mahathir Survive By-Election Humiliation?Can Malaysia's Mahathir Survive By-Election Humiliation? by Murray Hunter
21 November 2019
By-elections are the traditional arena where voters are able to show their dissatisfaction about the government without changing it. Hence, it's not unheard of in any democracy to see large swings against... (Add a comment)
The City Sleeps TonightThe City Sleeps Tonight by Nikos Laios
21 November 2019
The night air is cool, And the world sleeps, And a lonely jogger Pounds the pavements (Add a comment)
Cultural overview: South AsiaCultural overview: South Asia by Joseph Gatt
21 November 2019
Each nations and individual are very different. Sweeping generalizations on the cultures of South Asia. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #159Berserk Alert! #159 by Tony Zuvela
21 November 2019
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
VoltaireVoltaire by The Ovi Team
21 November 2019
November 21st; On this day in 1694, Francois-Marie Arouet, later known as Voltaire, is born in Paris to a treasury officer and his wife. (1 comment)
RockyRocky by The Ovi Team
21 November 2019
November 21st 1976, Rocky, starring Sylvester Stallone as the underdog prize-fighter Rocky Balboa, debuts in New York City. The movie, which opened in theatres across the United States on December 3, 1976, was a huge box-office hit and received 10 Academy (Add a comment)
Universal Children's DayUniversal Children's Day by Rene Wadlow
20 November 2019
The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed 20 November as Universal Chlidren's Day, a day devoted to promoting the welfare of the children of the world. The date of 20 November was chosen as it is... (Add a comment)
My little Indian friendMy little Indian friend by David Barger
20 November 2019
Sonya, Sweet Sonya, Hair of blackest coal. I remember well your smile Beckoning with straw; Like a stuffed doll Whose beauty never leaves. (Add a comment)
Open Guidelines: The Foreign Interference Problem in Australian Universities Open Guidelines: The Foreign Interference Problem in Australian Universities by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
20 November 2019
Education has always been a political matter, whatever the apolitical advocates of it think it is. In Australia, it has proven sectarian, ideological, and skewed, often on the issue of funding. (Add a comment)
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