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Cultures of Death: Pope Francis, Apology and Child AbuseCultures of Death: Pope Francis, Apology and Child Abuse by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
28 August 2018
It was long overdue, but Pope Francis's letter of condemnation and apology regarding the abuse of children by Catholic priests did send a few ripples of comfort and reckoning. (Add a comment)
Eureka: Technicalities of the American legal systemEureka: Technicalities of the American legal system by Akli Hadid
28 August 2018
French citizenship law is complicated, and a lot of Algerians have asked me if they were eligible for French citizenship. (Add a comment)
MimeMime by Paul Woods
28 August 2018
Originally from Port Macquarie, Australia, Paul Woods is a Cartoonist and Illustrator based in South London who also plays drums, works as a Cameraman and likes bad horror films. (Add a comment)
Robertson DaviesRobertson Davies by The Ovi Team
28 August 2018
August 28th; Canadian author Robertson Davies is born on this day in the town of Thamesville in Ontario, Canada. Davies was the son of a publisher and politician who owned the Canadian newspaper the Peterborough Examiner. He attended college in Ontario an (1 comment)
King's dreamKing's dream by The Ovi Team
28 August 2018
August 28th 1968; the fight for racial equality in the United States moved a step closer to victory today as Martin Luther King spoke of his dream for freedom in an address to thousands of Americans. Reverend King was greeted with rapturous applause as he (Add a comment)
Cyprus: Toward a Non-territorial Con-federation?Cyprus: Toward a Non-territorial Con-federation? by Rene Wadlow
27 August 2018
The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterreo, has named Jane Hall Late, currently in charge of dealing with sexual exploitation within the U.N. system as the new U.N. representative for consultations on long-divided Cyprus. (Add a comment)
To Johannesburg, with loveTo Johannesburg, with love by Abigail George
27 August 2018
A flock of stars. Stars in her eyes. And so, I closed myself off to the outside world. The (Add a comment)
Warring against Encryption: Australian proposals for the Tech GiantsWarring against Encryption: Australian proposals for the Tech Giants by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
27 August 2018
What is it with Australia's law enforcement authorities? Their uncontrollable appetite for encrypted data - primarily the data of private users - is so voracious it has become a parody of itself. (Add a comment)
Dino & Anty again #608Dino & Anty again #608 by Thanos Kalamidas
27 August 2018
Dino is a vegetarian virgin dinosaur and his best friend is Anty, a carnivorous nymphomaniac ant. They are still here waiting for the comet to come! (Add a comment)
Roman HolidayRoman Holiday by The Ovi Team
27 August 2018
August 27th; on this day in 1953, Roman Holiday, featuring Audrey Hepburn in her first starring movie role, premieres in New York City. Hepburn's performance in Roman Holiday, as a European princess who ditches her official duties and falls for an Americ (Add a comment)
Beatles' manager Epstein diesBeatles' manager Epstein dies by The Ovi Team
27 August 2018
Aug 27th 1967; Brian Epstein, manager of the Beatles, was found dead of an accidental drug overdose in his Sussex, England, home. The following day, the headline in the London Daily Mirror read "EPSTEIN (The Beatle-Making Prince of Pop) DIES AT 32." Bri (Add a comment)
Goodbye, VeniceGoodbye, Venice by Katerina Charisi
26 August 2018
In the 14th century, disguised death crossed the European borders. With the name "Gersin's Bacil", it was carried by the children of the Golden Horde, the Tartars, who besieged the city of Kafa in the Black Sea. (Add a comment)
There's always roomThere's always room by Saloni Kaul
26 August 2018
Issues all ring with their own mixed sensations And radiate like divers branches bold of broom, Where rooted to the one, for neat expansions (Add a comment)
Hijacked Democracy: Normalised Instability in AustraliaHijacked Democracy: Normalised Instability in Australia by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
26 August 2018
You can sense Australian politicians - or at least a good number of them - fuming at being cobbled together with the counterparts of other states deemed less worthy of the tag of "stable". (Add a comment)
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