10/03/2014

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Horizon Sculpture 83 by Lucy Humphrey, Photo Courtesy of Flickr by Leighton Wallis

A Question of Seeing God

Anonymous Author Last Modified: 21:17 p.m. EDT, 10 March 2014 A small boy once approached his slightly older sister with a question about God. “Susie, can anybody ever really see God?” he asked. Busy with other things, Susie curtly replied: “No, of course not silly. God is so far up in heaven that nobody can […]

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06/03/2014

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Mauritius Island, Photo by Samovar Group

Mauritius & The Case of the Stolen Island

Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 18:40 p.m. DST, 6 March 2014 PORT LOUIS, Mauritius – If someone asked you to point out Mauritius on a map, would you be able to? Most would likely say they had no idea where the tiny island is located. Beyond that, most people also wouldn’t know that Mauritius […]

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28/02/2014

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Wild Animals and Humans, Photo by Molly Radigan

The Natural Rebellion

Chrycka Harper, Poet & Literary Critic Last Modified: 01:57 a.m. DST, 28 February 2014 Sunshine’s rays gleam off the cold metal cage of the world’s favorite baby panda, Bao Bao. Nestled within fake vegetation resembling a panda’s natural habitat, the baby panda willingly participates in the scientists’ daily lesson plan. An audience of thousands venture […]

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27/02/2014

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Bitcoin, Photo by William Decamp

Bitcoin’s Errors: Minor Setback or Final Demise?

Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 23:54 p.m. DST, 27 February 2014 In an effort to avoid government regulation and intervention, digital currencies have been created in the last few years and have seen some successes. The most popular one by far though, has been Bitcoin, which rose from a single coin being valued at […]

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25/02/2014

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Libya Declares Gaddafi Rapes as War Crimes, Paving Way for Victim Compensation

Muammar Gaddafi, Photo Courtesy of Adam Bearne

Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 00:02 a.m. DST, 25 February 2014 When discussing tools of warfare, one tends to think of guns, tanks, espionage and bombs. Unfortunately though, the damaging and lasting elements of war go far beyond this list and are seldom given the attention they deserve. For instance, rape has been utilized […]

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