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Malaysian Airlines Hijacked Russian Intelligence

Earlier the was information tha the US had the Plane hijacked and detonated an Atom Bomb.

The story had some good pointers on this.

Now there is fresh Intelligence inputs from… 457 more words

News

A day in the life: Media Advisor to Deputy Commander ISAF

(First published in the Pen & Sword “Scratchings” March 2013)

‘Poacher-turned-gamekeeper’, ‘spy’, ‘Colonel meeja’…the nicknames were endless. It may not have been the most conventional role for a journalist but the contradictions between my recent operational post and my day job are what made it challenging, rewarding, fascinating and occasionally infuriating all on a daily basis. 1,159 more words

Lorna Ward

Invisible Wounds: Master Cpl. Jonathan Woolvett

Master Cpl. Jonathan Woolvett

“Every time I put my head on my pillow it’s like a portal to hell.”

The tattoo on Master Cpl. Jonathan Woolvett’s left forearm reads, “All gave some, some gave all.” 1,190 more words

Features

'Kandahar' Life in Afghanistan Under the Taliban, A Film

This was the film I saw last Sunday.  A film by an Iranian director, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, who tells the story of life under the Taliban in the neighboring country of Afghanistan. 212 more words

Military traits and the makings of an entrepreneur

This article started with a simple goal: to tell you about a unique week-long “boot camp” being held this summer in Regina, Quebec City and St. 1,206 more words

Entrepreneur

Why I am so grateful to Tim Hortons...and it has nothing to do with coffee!

Before I met my wife Jen, she was working at a homeless shelter in downtown Winnipeg. It was 2007 and she loved her work, but the sadness and hardship she saw every day were taking its toll. 747 more words

World Press Photo Multimedia Awards Announced

The winners of the fourth annual World Press Photo Multimedia competition were announced in Amsterdam.

Emin Özmen and Barış Koca’Witnessing Gezi won first prize in the Long Feature category. 206 more words

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