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ISIS, A GROUP IN AN AREA OF A MESS- Spreading the Experience of Sanguinary

Sorry, this is not a blog post about Italy again, but this is still about human geography. The information below was finished editing 2 months ago, so there might be lack of some new information. 1,251 more words


All the Keys that Fit in the Hole: The Geographic origins of ISIS

“I’ll see you guys in New York,” said Abu Bakral-Baghdadi in 2009 when he walked out of a US detention camp, Abu Bakral-Baghdadi who is now the leader of ISIS (Dailybeast). 778 more words

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Do we force development?


At the top of this blog I have linked what I believe is a very interesting article. I will not much say about it as I will just be repeating its points, and I would rather people read the words straight from the source and from a far superior writer to me. 217 more words


‘Community to me is’…Young People’s Musings on Community

Post by Catherine Wilkinson, ESRC NWDTC PhD student

KCC Live is a community youth-led radio station situated in Knowsley, just outside of Liverpool. The station targets listeners between the ages of 10-24 and has a cohort of volunteers aged 16 and upwards, assisting with roles such as presenting, programming and fundraising. 329 more words

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Module 4: Image Processing

Click here for the Module 4 Image Processing Certificate of Completion

This was an interesting section riddled with problem after problem. The All Access desktop simply did not provide enough storage space to even run the program. 205 more words

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Dust Bowl Survivors

Interesting brief bit about comparing the dust bowl to current droughts. And fascinating photos of “Okies” who stayed to fight out the dust bowl.


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