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An Apprentice in The Art of Disappearing

You are now an apprentice in the art of disappearing and it is twenty-four hours since you walked out the door. You will go from edge to edge, the paranoia will kick in and you will question every move. 210 more words

HRW urges Merkel to address 'disappearances' in Turkmenistan

AFP

© AFP/File | German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov attend an official ceremony in Berlin in 2008

BERLIN (AFP) – Human Rights Watch on Thursday urged Chancellor Angela Merkel to bring up major rights violations, including a “policy of disappearances”, when Germany hosts the president of Turkmenistan next week. 266 more words

Ginnie's Diary (II)

Ginnie’s Diary, 14th September 1974

Thank God it’s Saturday today. I couldn’t face school. This is bad, so bad.

The phone rang every bloody hour last night. 563 more words

Writing

The Troubles of Disappearing Travel

Let me begin this by stating, I live in Europe and I have dual citizenship. A great perk in the world of travel and disappearing. However, a few weeks ago when I was leaving Europe for the states I was asked for my visa, since I was abroad for over a year. 277 more words

West and UN must hold Turkey to account for Geneva Convention violations in Cyprus

“The impunity granted to Turkey must come to an end, the law must be enforced and justice must be served”, said Theo Theodorou, spokesman for Lobby for Cyprus.  929 more words

Cyprus

Blogiversary

Today my blog turns 1.

I had attempted the podcast thing but limited resources and one-too-many-Serial-case-spinoffs put me on the short end. Speaking of Hae Min Lee’s case, Generation Why brilliantly promoted… 1,091 more words

Podcasts

Chiapas: CompArte Festival Goes Ahead

Poster for “Compartir el Comparte por la Humanidad”

The Zapatista “CompArte por la Humanidad” festival initiative began on July 19 with an event at the teachers’ and popular camp that blocks the exit to the highway to Tuxtla Gutierrez in San Cristobal de Las Casas, where local artists and spectators arrived, both nationals and from other parts of the world. 415 more words

Indigenous People