In a deeply intense and personal video shared on Facebook, Melbourne rapper 360 has revealed the excruciating story of his battle with painkiller addiction. His brutally honest rap, entitled I’m Sorry and set to The xx’s Intro, recounts his growing reliance on over-the-counter drugs and eventual overdose on tour. It …Read More »
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The New Year may be upon us, as is the regret of all those Quality Street chocolates, and we have all witnessed how the boxing day sales have left even the grocery stores barren in disarray. However, Christmas isn’t over just yet. January 6, celebrated in Christian tradition as the Epiphany, …Read More »
In an oddly cheerful state announcement, North Korea claimed to have conducted a “perfectly successful” underground explosion of a hydrogen bomb Tuesday, saying it brought the country’s “nuclear might to the next level.” This is the country’s fourth nuclear test since 2006 but is the first to allegedly involve a …Read More »
Saudi Arabia has never hidden the fact that its preferred method of doing away with those it considers criminals is to behead them. In 2013, five Yemenis were not only beheaded, but they were also crucified because they took part in an armed robbery in which a Saudi national died. …Read More »
Ruqia Hassan, a woman who dared to defy ISIS in its stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, was 30. She seemed to sense that one day she would pay with her life for her words and prayers. She was right. According to the social media accounts of citizen journalists from Raqqa, Hassan …Read More »
The frosty British reaction to Republican front runner Donald Trump continued Wednesday, with the UK’s Prime Minister branding Trump’s proposed Muslim travel ban “stupid,” and the former leader of Scotland labeling the mogul “three times a loser.” Prime Minister David Cameron was responding to a question from an opposition lawmaker …Read More »
What is being reported as the world’s largest blue star sapphire was recently discovered in a mine in Sri Lanka. The jewel, weighing in at 1,404.49 carats, is estimated to be valued at least $100 million though some gemologists in Colombo are saying that it could potentially be sold at …Read More »
A South Korean plane from flight company JIn Air departed from Ceba in the Philippines only to return back in less than an hour later. On this Boeing 737-800 a partly open door was the cause for the emergency landing. Lee Sung-Eun from Korea joongang daily reported the following: …Read More »
The writer and photographer Sebastio Salgado has brought out a new book, a photo-book which presents itself as a journey in the world of coffee. Spanning countries within Latin America, Africa and Asia, the book, “The Scent of a Dream: Travels in the World of Coffee is dedicated to the time, …Read More »
Gisela Mota Ocampo, who only took her seat as the mayor of Temixco on January 1, was gunned down in her home yesterday. According to state police commissioner Alberto Capella, two of the attackers were killed by police as they fled the scene and three other suspects were later apprehended. …Read More »