To the American investigative journalist Kevin G. Hall, whose world currently revolves around tracking the assets of Russian oligarchs, an empty, 12,000-foot, 7-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion situated near a cluster of Continue Reading
A fire of rage flames over the streets of Colombo as angry protesters campaign outside President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s office. Streets are blockaded as demonstrators try and storm the area. Continue Reading
Life history of a political journalist who fled Russia after the attack on Ukraine The Russia-Ukraine war caused if not the end of Russian journalism, but at least its global Continue Reading
Wandsworth… for an international reader, it may sound like a rival of Olivander’s wand shop from Harry Potter. But in fact, Wandsworth is a real and is a borough of Continue Reading
Valentina Sinis has seen the world, for what it’s worth. The 45-year-old documentary photographer has travelled through over 35 nations, with unique stops to call ‘home’ along the way. The Continue Reading
When the news broke that one of Botswana’s biggest elephants recently got killed by a trophy hunter, animal activists and wildlife conservation organisations flocked on Twitter to express their rage. Continue Reading
The history of conflict has always relied on winning the “Hearts and Minds” of the troops and the civilians whose support is needed to fund and carry the battle on to victory.
“We’re doing everything we can, why can’t you?”, volunteers ask as Government struggles with Ukrainian refugee scheme.
Lambeth, London – For the last two months, news coverage of the war in Ukraine has been ever-present. Russian acts of aggression, refugees fleeing their country and politicians reciting myriad Continue Reading
By Natasha Nellis Spring is the time of hope, blossoming trees and soft spring breezes that carry just a hint of winter chill. Unfortunately, also the time of year when Continue Reading