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Birth of Flower PowerBirth of Flower Power by Rene Wadlow
On 21 October 1967, the Pentagon in Washington, DC found itself besieged by some fifty thousand people protesting the US military action in Vietnam. The Pentagon is the office of the US Department of Defense and is in many ways symbolic of a closed in, l (Add a comment)
Hungarian reportHungarian report by Euro Reporter
A friendship that could end, Olympics for start-ups and questioning sanctions the latest report from the euro-reporter and Hungary (1 comment)
Dizzy GillespieDizzy Gillespie by The Ovi Team
October 21st 1917; an iconic figure in the history of jazz music who was instantly recognizable even to millions of non-jazz fans by his puffed-out cheeks and his trademark trumpet, with its horn bent upwards at a 45-degree angle, John Birks Gillespi-bet (Add a comment)
Hide in a shellHide in a shell by Patrick McWade
A comic strip by Patrick McWade. (Add a comment)
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15 benefits of leaving Facebook 15 benefits of leaving Facebook by Akli Hadid
20 October 2014
No doubt some people have gained a great way to earn a living thanks to Facebook. Some writers sold thousands of books by promoting them on Facebook. Being an "event organizer" is a new trendy job where people create events, advertise them on Facebook a (Add a comment)
My nation did not reap my bleeding heartMy nation did not reap my bleeding heart by Mirella Ionta
20 October 2014
This poem discusses the poet's disillusionment with a nation that she deems not worth defending or fighting for. This poem was written in response to Robert Frost's poem "The Gift Outright" and is dedicated to Robert Frost. (Add a comment)
Moammar Gadhafi's endMoammar Gadhafi's end by The Ovi Team
20 October 2014
October 20th, on this day in 2011, Moammar Gadhafi, the longest-serving leader in Africa and the Arab world, is captured and killed by rebel forces near his hometown of Sirte. The eccentric 69-year-old dictator, who came to power in a 1969 coup, headed a (Add a comment)
PersOnality DisOrders 421PersOnality DisOrders 421 by Thanos Kalamidas
20 October 2014
Personal Disorders or ...total schizophrenia in a political correct schizophrenic world! (Add a comment)
Virginia Woolf's Winter RevisitedVirginia Woolf's Winter Revisited by Abigail George
19 October 2014
The argument was about nothing really. I really cannot remember who started it first. It was between a girl, barely out of adolescence and her married boyfriend. Perhaps I told him that I did not think that my mother really loved or accepted the choices I (Add a comment)
Measures of social self-organization and the webMeasures of social self-organization and the web by Apopseis.gr
19 October 2014
An EBook-study about modern social economic practices and the needs of changes in the era of global web; all in Greek. (Add a comment)
Ethiopia aloneEthiopia alone by The Ovi Team
19 October 2014
October 19th 1935; the League of Nations votes to impose deliberately ineffectual economic sanctions against Fascist Italy for its invasion of Ethiopia. Steps that would impede the progress of the invasion, such as banning the sale of oil to Italy and clo (1 comment)
The Greek Express #024The Greek Express #024 by Thanos Raftopoulos
19 October 2014
A series of cartoons from Greece all the way around the world. (Add a comment)
Let's talk footballLet's talk football by Thanos Kalamidas
18 October 2014
Football - soccer for the Americans - is the most popular sport in the world with an unbelievable number of side aspects. To name the biggest one, money. There are football teams this minute that the cost of their players could cover the foreign debt of a (1 comment)
Organic Agriculture: Will the "Meek" Inherit the Earth?Organic Agriculture: Will the "Meek" Inherit the Earth? by Ovi Magazine Guest
18 October 2014
The practice of organic agriculture combines traditional methods with today's knowledge of health and environmental sustainability. In Morocco it is generally observed that the more remote the farming communities - and most often the more disadvantaged (Add a comment)
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