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Namibian Travels Part 4 - Etosha (I)

This two-part article details our experiences as we explored Etosha National Park. I am also working on a more or less comprehensive guide on how to photograph the wildlife of the area, including ideal time of travel, recommended gear and settings for beginners, where and when to actually find the animals and additional resources. 2,011 more words

Photography

I am because you are.*

Well, I have been in Canada for a week now. Leaving was not easy, after all home is home right? There is much I took from my short visit but I think the best lesson for me was this: 150 more words

Photography

The island is my home for two weeks again. Strange being back here after Africa and experiencing so much while there. This land feels calm and peaceful compared to Africa. 409 more words

Faith

Tony Blair Could Face Grilling for ‘Trying to Save Gaddafi’ During Libya War

Human Wrongs Watch

1 September 2015 (RT)* – Former Prime Minister Tony Blair could be summoned before MPs to face allegations he offered to help rescue Colonel Gaddafi during the 2011 NATO-led military campaign against Libya. 601 more words

The Peoples

Number of Women and Children Crossing Macedonia to Seek Refuge in Europe Triples in Three Months

Human Wrongs Watch

GENEVA/SKOPJE (UNICEF)* – The number of women and children fleeing violence in their countries of origin and passing through the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia seeking refuge in Europe has tripled in the past three months, UNICEF on 1 September, 2015 said. 796 more words

The Peoples

'Refugee' or 'Migrant' - Which Is Right?

Human Wrongs Watch

By Adrian Edwards*

GENEVA, August 2015 (UNHCR)* – With almost 60 million people forcibly displaced globally and boat crossings of the Mediterranean in the headlines almost daily, it is becoming increasingly common to see the terms ‘refugee’ and ‘migrant’ being used interchangeably in media and public discourse. 1,117 more words

The Peoples