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SHOULD UHURU KENYATTA’S MILITARY ATTIRE WORRY US ALL?

Recently, the President of the Republic Of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, has been seen adorned in military attire at least twice this year. This has created a lot of frenzy from several quarters with some supporting this move with others opposing it. 698 more words

Political Opinions & Commentaries

Carrick's return is vital for the defence

With Michael Carrick back in training and nearing full fitness, Louis Van Gaal should be very pleased that such an important player will soon be available to him.  437 more words

Individuals

Aircraft Gallery: Tornado GR.1 Gulf War Nose Art

A total force of sixty Tornado GR.1s participated in Operation: Granby, the British contribution to the effort to liberate Kuwait from Iraq in 1991. Flying from Tabuk and Dhahran in Saudi Arabia as well as Muharraq in Bahrain the aircraft were instrumental in helping keep the Iraqi Air Force on the ground thanks to its JP233 munitions dispenser system. 79 more words

Aviation

NEWS: Swedish Navy Hunting Mystery Vessel

The Swedish armed forces have scrambled to find a suspected foreign vessel that has been sighted in the waters off Stockholm. Images of the mystery vessel show it to be a possible submarine that has partially surfaced its sail but the poor quality of the footage makes positive identification difficult. 190 more words

Military

Under Delhi - Review

Let me start this review by being brutally (honestly?) honest here: I’m a huge fan of Sorabh’s work. On the screen and stage mainly as a standup comedian. 371 more words

Peak Jobs: Has the West outsourced its Peacekeeping obligations?

I came across an intriguing take on outsourcing last week and thought it might make a good Peak Jobs story.

Crawford Kilian posted an interesting piece about how Cambodia is dealing with Ebola. 1,107 more words

Intergovernmental