Friday, April 26, 2019

Asiana flight 214 Pilots: Sum Ting Wong? Wi Tu Lo?? Ho...

In 2013, well-kempt Californian KTVU news anchor Tori Campbell revealed details of Asiana flight 214 which tragically crashed in San Francisco, killing three Chinese...

An Open Letter to Australia: Please Don’t Relinquish Your Freedom just...

Dear Australia, On September 12, 2014, the Federal Government of Australia raised its terror alert level to 'high' for the first time ever. The second...

The Khashoggi Problem

In September 2001, nineteen terrorists hijacked four American passenger planes. Fifteen of the hijackers were Saudi Arabians (the other four being from UAE (2),...

Your Maid Might try to Escape, Saudi Police Warn

With the holy month of Ramadan about to commence, Saudi police have warned citizens to keep a close eye on their maids, who may...

News Journalism: Omani Style

If by chance you are unaware of current events in Oman (a neutral and peaceful nation bordering Saudi Arabia, UAE and Yemen), please take...

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What True Class Looks Like: the Incomparable Waleed Aly

In March, 2019, an unhinged Australian slaughtered 49 worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Just hours later, a visibly emotional Australian television...

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A holiday in Iran

The world is a scary place. That's what I keep hearing anyway, and right now, the omnipresent threat to my personal safety, freedom, employment,...

‘This Isn’t Happening’. Prostitution in Korea. Does it actually exist?

A young Korean friend asked for a little help with a short essay he had written for his university English class. We chatted over...

The World’s Worst Mass Murderers

By this title I don't mean of course to speak of people who decided for whatever reason to go on a killing spree but...

Christmas in Oman

It may not shock to hear that life in the Middle east is a touch different to that in the west. We all know...

I had a White People Problem in Africa

I finally stepped out of the airport, breathed the fresh air and looked up at big, blue African skies. Three seconds later I lowered my gaze and...

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