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Assange's Eighteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Abuse of Power, Breaching Attorney-Client Privilege and AdjournmentAssange's Eighteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Abuse of Power, Breaching Attorney-Client Privilege and Adjournment by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
05 October 2020
The Old Bailey has been the venue for a trial that should never have taken place. But during the course of these extradition proceedings against Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder accused by the US Department of... (Add a comment)
World Teachers DayWorld Teachers Day by The Ovi Team
05 October 2020
UNESCO calls on everyone to consider undertaking a special celebration for World Teachers' Day. (Add a comment)
First presidential speech on TVFirst presidential speech on TV by The Ovi Team
05 October 2020
October 5th 1947, President Harry Truman (1884-1972) makes the first-ever televised presidential address from the White House, asking Americans to cut back on their use of grain in order to help starving Europeans. (Add a comment)
Isaac Singer and the Nobel PrizeIsaac Singer and the Nobel Prize by The Ovi Team
05 October 2020
October 5th; on this day in 1978, Isaac Bashevis Singer wins the Nobel Prize for literature. Singer wrote in Yiddish about Jewish life in Poland and the United States, and translations of his work became popular... (Add a comment)
Remembering the Legacy of Belva LockwoodRemembering the Legacy of Belva Lockwood by George Cassidy Payne
04 October 2020
Tucked away in the sprawling farmlands of Niagara County, in little old Royalton, New York, a woman was born who made the career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg possible. (Add a comment)
Does money buy you happiness? Does money buy you happiness? by Joseph Gatt
04 October 2020
Money can't buy a lot of things. Money can't buy you talents. You could hire an expensive coach to guide you through learning a talent, but there's no guarantee you'll be skilled or talented. (Add a comment)
Assange's Seventeenth Day at the Old Bailey: Embassy Espionage, Contemplated Poisoning and Proposed KidnappingAssange's Seventeenth Day at the Old Bailey: Embassy Espionage, Contemplated Poisoning and Proposed Kidnapping by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
04 October 2020
Today will be remembered as a grand expose. It was a direct, pointed accusation at the intentions of the US imperium which long for the scalp of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. For WikiLeaks, it was a smouldering... (Add a comment)
FBI wantedFBI wanted by Patrick McWade
04 October 2020
'For the Moment' a cartoon series by Patrick McWade (Add a comment)
When Koulis is awayWhen Koulis is away by Thanos Kalamidas
04 October 2020
The fourteenth episode of the satirical Asterixian story of the absolutely corrupted Greek Prime Mayor Koulis and his latest reshuffle, all in Greek (Add a comment)
Sputnik satellite Sputnik satellite by The Ovi Team
04 October 2020
October 4th 1957; A Russian satellite launched into space - the first man-made object ever to leave the Earth's atmosphere. The Russian news agency, Tass, said the satellite Sputnik was now 560 miles (900 kilometres)... (Add a comment)
The Life and Death of a Cosmically Singing Turkey WrapThe Life and Death of a Cosmically Singing Turkey Wrap by Leah Sellers
03 October 2020
Hierarchical systems are often very dysfunctional and untruthful entities that can lead whole flocks of programmed Believers in those often toxic Systems to be led astray, misused and abused. (Add a comment)
Missing Feeding of the Birds (V3)Missing Feeding of the Birds (V3) by Michael Lee Johnson
03 October 2020
Keeping my daily journal diary short these sweet bird sounds lost- reviews January through March. Joy a dig deep snow on top of my sorrows. (Add a comment)
Happiness FAQHappiness FAQ by Joseph Gatt
03 October 2020
Some questions I received regarding happiness. Q: What's a shortcut to happiness? A: Let's put it this way. If you're more interested in what goes on outside than on what goes on inside, chances are you will be happy. (Add a comment)
Assange's Sixteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Special Administrative Measures, Unreliable Assurances and EspionageAssange's Sixteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Special Administrative Measures, Unreliable Assurances and Espionage by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
03 October 2020
Julian Assange's defence team spent the day going over, reemphasising and sharpening the focus on what awaited their client should he, with the blessing of Her Majesty's Government, make his way to the United States. (Add a comment)
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