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The Pandora's IS-brides-boxThe Pandora's IS-brides-box by Thanos Kalamidas
Can you strip somebody's birth right to citizenship because they were accomplice in a crime? The question might have reached international media due to the cases of the two ISIS brides, one British one American, in Syria... (Add a comment)
Black LinesBlack Lines by David Barger
White mountainous clouds reflect Orange magma colored sky As the sun dips below fading tree lines. Miracle like rays of light Shine through the tree arranged branches - Pinpoint upon swing rocking by slight breeze. Beyond wooden swing set (Add a comment)
Notes on IranNotes on Iran by Jay Gutman
A few notes on Iran in no particular order. (Add a comment)
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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)
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22 February 2019
February 22nd, 1892. On this day, poet Edna St. Vincent Millay is born in Rockland, Maine. (Add a comment)
Dolly the sheep clonedDolly the sheep cloned by The Ovi Team
22 February 2019
February 22nd 1997; scientists in Scotland announced the birth of the world's first successfully cloned mammal, Dolly the sheep. Dolly, who was created at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, was actually born on 5 July 1996 although her arrival has only j (1 comment)
World Thinking DayWorld Thinking Day by The Ovi Team
22 February 2019
World Thinking Day is a day of friendship, advocacy and fundraising for 10 million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world. On 22 February each year, Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world celebrate World Thinking Day (1 comment)
That Cooler Heads May PrevailThat Cooler Heads May Prevail by Rene Wadlow
21 February 2019
When the drums of war start beating, can cooler heads prevail and negotiations in good faith start? Vijay Mehta has written a useful overview of efforts to create a Department of Peace... (Add a comment)
The Present HomeThe Present Home by Dr. Lawrence Nannery
21 February 2019
She was beatified, really and truly, To think that he, far off there in the war, Away from everything he knew and cherished, (Add a comment)
From WWI to wwwFrom WWI to www by The Ovi Team
21 February 2019
It is an honour to present to our readers our esteemed colleague Professor Anis Bajrektarevic with his newly released book From WWI to www. 1919-2019 - Less Explored aspects of Geopolitics, Technology, Energy and Geoeconomics. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #239Berserk Alert! #239 by Tony Zuvela
21 February 2019
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Nixon in ChinaNixon in China by The Ovi Team
21 February 2019
February 21st 1972; The American President Richard Nixon arrived in China at the start of a week-long summit aimed at ending 20 years of frosty relations between the two countries. His visit began with an unexpected audience with Chairman Mao Zedong at th (Add a comment)
International Mother Language DayInternational Mother Language Day by The Ovi Team
21 February 2019
February 21st; International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by UNESCO's General Conference in November 1999. The International Day has been observed every year since February 2000 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. (1 comment)
The Myth of 'Bengali Migration' to Arakan The Myth of 'Bengali Migration' to Arakan by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
20 February 2019
Genocidal crimes don't occur by chance and require years of preparation. The rationale for justifying such horrendous crimes is often provided by the evil geniuses or the ideologues within the dominant group. (Add a comment)
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