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Cultural overview: Sub-Saharan AfricaCultural overview: Sub-Saharan Africa by Jay Gutman
27 August 2019
Every country, every individual are completely different. In some cases, you can have two neighboring villages with completely different cultures and mindsets. Sweeping generalities on sub-Saharan African culture. (Add a comment)
Complimentary NutsComplimentary Nuts by Paul Woods
27 August 2019
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)
Beatles' manager Epstein diesBeatles' manager Epstein dies by The Ovi Team
27 August 2019
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... (Add a comment)
Law of the Seas: Protecting the OceansLaw of the Seas: Protecting the Oceans by Rene Wadlow
26 August 2019
From 19 to 30 August 2019, an intergovernmental conference to draft a legally-binding agreement to provide future gnerations with a "healthy, resilient and productive Ocean" is being held at the United Nations in New York. (Add a comment)
The Lost GenerationThe Lost Generation by Nikos Laios
26 August 2019
They were The children Of delusion, Young men And women (Add a comment)
Human resources in Central AsiaHuman resources in Central Asia by Jay Gutman
26 August 2019
Sweeping generalizations on human resources in Central Asia, in no particular order. (Add a comment)
More Berserk Alert! #264More Berserk Alert! #264 by Tony Zuvela
26 August 2019
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Mini makes its debutMini makes its debut by The Ovi Team
26 August 2019
Aug 26th 1959; the British Motor Corporation (BMC) launches its newest car, the small, affordable - at a price tag of less than $800 - Mark I Mini. The diminutive Mini went on to become one of the best-selling British cars in history. (Add a comment)
Emerson meets CarlyleEmerson meets Carlyle by The Ovi Team
26 August 2019
August 26th; on this day in 1838, Ralph Waldo Emerson met influential British writer Thomas Carlyle, with whom he would correspond for 38 years. Carlyle and the English romantic poets would have an important effect on Emerson's work. (Add a comment)
An Elephant on Your Nose: A ReviewAn Elephant on Your Nose: A Review by Murray Hunter
25 August 2019
Former Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS) operative Warren Reed's latest novel An Elephant on Your Nose is both an encaptivating "spy" story set in Japan, and an enlightening commentary about new regional security realities. (Add a comment)
This Poem Contains Flash PhotographyThis Poem Contains Flash Photography by Neil Leadbeater
25 August 2019
The paparazzi freeze you. A girl's pendant catches the sun. For a second it nearly blinds you. (Add a comment)
France: Chaos or a New Social Compact?France: Chaos or a New Social Compact? by Ovi Magazine Guest
25 August 2019
At the end of the parade, a few dozen people release yellow balloons into the sky and distribute leaflets saying "The yellow vests are not dead." The police disperse them, quickly and firmly. (Add a comment)
Worming 920Worming 920 by Thanos Kalamidas
25 August 2019
A family of worms and all their worm friends worming in new adventures (Add a comment)
Voyager reaches NeptuneVoyager reaches Neptune by The Ovi Team
25 August 2019
August 25th 1989; the unmanned Voyager 2 spacecraft has sent back the first close-up pictures of Neptune and its satellite planets. Neptune is over two billion miles from Earth - the most distant planet in our solar system. (Add a comment)
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