Ovi -
we cover every issue
newsletterNewsletter
subscribeSubscribe
contactContact
searchSearch
Stop human trafficking  
Ovi Bookshop - Free Ebook
Tony Zuvela - Cartoons, Illustrations
Ovi Language
Books by Avgi Meleti
Stop violence against women
Tony Zuvela - Cartoons, Illustrations
Stop human trafficking
 
BBC News :   - 
iBite :   - 
GermanGreekEnglishSpanishFinnishFrenchItalianPortugueseSwedish
Kasparov defeats computerKasparov defeats computer by The Ovi Team
17 February 2019
February 17th 1996; in the final game of a six-game match, world chess champion Garry Kasparov triumphs over Deep Blue, IBM's chess-playing computer, and wins the match, 4-2. (1 comment)
Conscious Creation to Transform the WorldConscious Creation to Transform the World by Rene Wadlow
16 February 2019
There is a Zen story in which the student asks the master "What is the secret of enlightenment?" The master writes on his board "attention". The student asks again "Is that all?" The master writes "Attention, attention." (Add a comment)
Dawn RisingDawn Rising by Mbizo Chirasha
16 February 2019
I see many voices rising with the sun sharp spears of the sun ,undulating with coming freedom mother was there during liberation i will be there for the other liberation a revolution of million voices (Add a comment)
Dear MotherDear Mother by Mbizo Chirasha
16 February 2019
I am the womb aborted in the Baghdads of grenades I am a fetus suffocating in the mist of politricks I am the archeology that you can study for your Ph.D. (3 comments)
Notes on the Israeli electionsNotes on the Israeli elections by Jay Gutman
16 February 2019
Notes on the upcoming Israeli elections, in no particular order. (Add a comment)
Walk & talk 903Walk & talk 903 by Thanos Kalamidas
16 February 2019
Contemporary talk, walk and talk! (Add a comment)
Castro sworn inCastro sworn in by The Ovi Team
16 February 2019
On February 16, 1959, Fidel Castro is sworn in as prime minister of Cuba after leading a guerrilla campaign that forced right-wing dictator Fulgencio Batista into exile. Castro, who became commander in chief of Cuba's armed forces after Batista was ouste (Add a comment)
Racism in our time: can it be defeated?Racism in our time: can it be defeated? by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
15 February 2019
How pervasive is the race problem in the USA? To find an answer we don't need to look beyond the latest revelations from Virginia where Governor Ralph Northam, a Democrat, has been accused of posting... (Add a comment)
Etched In Black IvoryEtched In Black Ivory by David Barger
15 February 2019
The beginning is a cracked egg shell With yoke dripping from the frail Limbs connecting human form, (Add a comment)
The social consequences of the service economyThe social consequences of the service economy by Jay Gutman
15 February 2019
I will never marry someone who works in the service economy! How could you want a job in the service economy? (Add a comment)
Why I care what happens to the children in YemenWhy I care what happens to the children in Yemen by George Cassidy Payne
15 February 2019
For nearly six years I lived next to a family from Yemen. Today it is impossible for me to see people from that country as the nameless victims shown on TV. (Add a comment)
Soviets pull out of AfghanistanSoviets pull out of Afghanistan by The Ovi Team
15 February 2019
February 15th 1989; Soviet troops withdrawn from Afghanistan, nine years after they swept into the country. A convoy of Soviet armoured vehicles travelled the 260-mile (418km) journey to the USSR border while other soldiers left aboard an Ilyushin 76 tran (Add a comment)
Great Ormond St Hospital for Sick ChildrenGreat Ormond St Hospital for Sick Children by The Ovi Team
15 February 2019
February 15th 1852; Great Ormond St Hospital for Sick Children, London, admits its first patient. Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) is a children's hospital located in London, United Kingdom. It is part of the Great Ormond Street Hospital (1 comment)
Football, Refugee Rights and Hakeem al-AraibiFootball, Refugee Rights and Hakeem al-Araibi by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
14 February 2019
"Al-Araibi's case has become a crucial test of world football's commitment to human rights." So observed the director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights at Monash University, Sarah Joseph, in a piece last month. (Add a comment)
newer  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  older
 
© Copyright CHAMELEON PROJECT Tmi 2005-2008  -  Sitemap  -  Add to favourites  -  Link to Ovi
Privacy Policy  -  Contact  -  RSS Feeds  -  Search  -  Submissions  -  Subscribe  -  About Ovi