While Syria makes the headlines, Micmag our partner site is reposting the interview Klester Cavalcanti, the Brazilian journalist who was imprisoned in Syria last year.
Can art save the planet or is there an element of chaos in the follow?
Journalism is a tough job. It’s a tough job,when the going gets tough, it’s only the toughest journos, the ones who truly deserve respect, who get going.
Jane Stillwater-It seems that Benjamin Netanyahu is still just as busy trying to drum up a war with Iran as George Bush used to be back when he was trying to get us to bomb the heck out of Iraq.
Jane Stillwater-One gigantic shadow also loomed menacingly over all this frantic neo-colonial scramble for the Middle East: The automobile. Oil.
Mike-The Battle of the Boyne, which was fought in 1690, is commemorated on both sides of the divide that stands between Northern Ireland under British Sovereignty and the Southern Republic of Ireland.
A trio of poems from Bill The Butcher
Bill The Butcher-Why is it that the Afghan victims remain nameless and faceless?
Bill The Butcher- What exactly is happening on the ground in Syria?
By: Grainne Rhuad- An almost forgotten piece of history is brought to remembrance through the musical talents of The Chieftains and friends.