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Bonnie and Clyde are killedBonnie and Clyde are killed by The Ovi Team
23 May 2018
May 23rd 1934; famed fugitives Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker are killed in a police ambush near Sailes, Louisiana. A contingent of officers from Texas and Louisiana set up along the highway, waiting for Bonnie and Clyde to appear, and then unloaded a two (Add a comment)
The Differences Between Mockingbirds and EaglesThe Differences Between Mockingbirds and Eagles by Leah Sellers
22 May 2018
"Pa, what are you doing," Ma Mockingbird chirped from the edge of their Home Nest. (Add a comment)
RevisitationRevisitation by Jan Sand
22 May 2018
You are dead. Long, long gone, I know, and yet - Still moments prompted by a distant laugh, Or perhaps a pause when mounting a stair, (Add a comment)
Remembering Big Dead PlaceRemembering Big Dead Place by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
22 May 2018
The image of Antarctica in common circulation is environmental and utopian. (Add a comment)
Complimentary PeanutsComplimentary Peanuts by Paul Woods
22 May 2018
Originally from Port Macquarie, Australia, Paul Woods is a Cartoonist and Illustrator based in South London who also plays drums, works as a Cameraman and likes bad horror films. (Add a comment)
Savannah, a historic voyageSavannah, a historic voyage by The Ovi Team
22 May 2018
May 22nd 1819; the steamship Savannah became the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean. The Savannah reached Liverpool in 29 days and 4 hours, a good but not exceptional time, due in part to bad weather. The steam engine performed faultlessly, having been i (Add a comment)
Nixon in MoscowNixon in Moscow by The Ovi Team
22 May 2018
May 22nd 1972; on this day, President Richard Nixon arrives in Moscow for a summit with Soviet leaders. Nixon's second visit to Moscow in May 1972, this time as president, was for a more conciliatory purpose. During a week of summit meetings with Soviet (Add a comment)
World Day for Cultural Diversity, for Dialogue and DevelopmentWorld Day for Cultural Diversity, for Dialogue and Development by Rene Wadlow
21 May 2018
In December 2002, the United Nations General Assembly, in Resolution 57/249, declared that 21 May each year should be the World Day for Cultural Diversity, for Dialogue and Development. (Add a comment)
A Very Republican Sickness: Loving Royal WeddingsA Very Republican Sickness: Loving Royal Weddings by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
21 May 2018
The citizenry of the US Republic might well insist on the sanctity of its laws, a prided exceptionalism and the genius that is the Constitution, but there is no provision as to how to combat a known... (Add a comment)
Beneath dark cloudsBeneath dark clouds by David Barger
21 May 2018
The sky is behind dark clouds, And the moon Still pulls away somehow Lighting the night In a shade of different blue. (Add a comment)
Trump, Iran, and the Hypocrisy of HistoryTrump, Iran, and the Hypocrisy of History by Ovi Magazine Guest
21 May 2018
As of 2017, the U.S. has an inventory of 6,800 nuclear warheads. The largest bomb currently in service is the B83, with a maximum yield of 1.2 megatons. (Add a comment)
MaybelleneMaybellene by The Ovi Team
21 May 2018
May 21st 1955; John Lennon once famously said that "if you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it 'Chuck Berry.'" That's how foundational Berry's contributions were to the music that changed America and the world beginning in th (Add a comment)
Bomb kills Rajiv GandhiBomb kills Rajiv Gandhi by The Ovi Team
21 May 2018
May 21st 1991; Rajiv Gandhi, the 46-year-old former Indian prime minister, was assassinated. He was campaigning for the Congress Party on the second day of voting in the world's largest democratic election when a powerful bomb, hidden in a basket of flow (Add a comment)
Incremental Destruction: Armando Iannucci's The Death of StalinIncremental Destruction: Armando Iannucci's The Death of Stalin by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
20 May 2018
The literature on his blood-soaked rule has reached Babel Tower proportions. Joseph Stalin, who presided over a state transformed and tormented, has been a difficult subject to portray. (Add a comment)
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