Last week Elijah J. Magnier, an analyst/reporter with the Kuwait based Al Rai media, published an article on his blog, Continue reading
If you are following the news about Turkey, you may have seen the week long curfew in Cizre (re-established on Continue reading
The stretch along the coastline from the castle to the modern marina in Bodrum is a mere kilometer at best. Continue reading
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May 18, 2014 Deathtoll: 302 Side entrances to the mine are closed off with cement walls.
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The final days of December have always been a magical time for me. Maybe because I grew up listening to Continue reading