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SnakeBoots #604SnakeBoots #604 by Thanos Kalamidas
29 April 2016
Wild West, a ghost city, a cactus and a very crawling snake-boots Sherriff who wants to be John Wayne in the place of John Wayne! Or ...Clint Eastwood ...whatever ...anyway, something like that in the wild wild west! (Add a comment)
Is Caucasus the next Syria - Don't forget OSCEIs Caucasus the next Syria - Don't forget OSCE by Ovi Magazine Guest
28 April 2016
The recent all-shoot out in Azerbaijan between the ethnic Armenians and Azerbaijani forces brought yet another round of casualties, psychological traumas and property destructions. Sudden and severe as it was, the event sent its shock waves all over Cauca (Add a comment)
It was the LaughterIt was the Laughter by Dr. Lawrence Nannery
28 April 2016
Laughingest man! - it wasn't an act, it was desperation. It was larger than yourself, little man. They all said you'd come to an end with it some day, kill yourself with it: the veins standing out in your temples, ready to burst, That cackle, those (Add a comment)
Bounty's mutinyBounty's mutiny by The Ovi Team
28 April 2016
April 28th 1789; a mutiny on the British ship Bounty took place when a rebel crew took the ship and set sail to Pitcairn Island. The mutineers left Captain W. Bligh and 18 sailors adrift. (1 comment)
Belgian reportBelgian report by Euro Reporter
28 April 2016
A fairy tale forest, the failure to prevent Brussels attacks and IS recruits to return to Europe the latest report from the euro-reporter and Belgium (Add a comment)
Is Northern Europe still the Last Bastion of Liberal Tolerance?Is Northern Europe still the Last Bastion of Liberal Tolerance? by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
27 April 2016
I grew up thinking of the Scandinavian and Northern European countries (Sweden, Denmark, the Netherland, etc.) as the most liberal societies in Europe, the very bastion of tolerance, enlightenment and democracy. Is that still the case today? Considering t (1 comment)
The fallThe fall by Bohdan Yuri
27 April 2016
the skin touches, the flesh burns; jerks from fearing singes, fragile is its thought. inclination presses on, confirmed, planted by sure reason. smothered in bright chrome, dare again before it's cold. confused, our complex circuit of stirr (2 comments)
Zebulon PikeZebulon Pike by The Ovi Team
27 April 2016
April 27th 1813; after surviving two dangerous exploratory expeditions into uncharted areas of the West, Zebulon Pike dies during a battle in the War of 1812. (Add a comment)
Wall talk #621Wall talk #621 by Thanos Kalamidas
27 April 2016
Contemporary talk, wall to wall walk! (Add a comment)
Privacy I(n)T ContextPrivacy I(n)T Context by Ovi Magazine Guest
26 April 2016
The right to privacy, or the right to respect for private life, as the European Convention on Human Rights guarantees it, has been affected by the IT growth era. Privacy has long been protected, but will face a new dimension of protection for the generati (1 comment)
Zacharias - Part IIZacharias - Part II by Theodore K. Nasos
26 April 2016
"My dear Sir," the thin man sitting on the sofa said after the introductions. "I really appreciate that you decided to see me, even though I'm fully aware that it all sounded like ...like a big bubble with hot air." Sir John and I laughed with the ph (Add a comment)
Studio 54Studio 54 by The Ovi Team
26 April 2016
April 26th 1977; on this day, the crowd gathered outside that Midtown address was waiting and hoping for a chance to enter what would soon become the global epicenter of the disco craze and the most famous nightclub in the world: Studio 54, which opened i (Add a comment)
First US rocket lands on MoonFirst US rocket lands on Moon by The Ovi Team
26 April 2016
April 26th 1962; first US rocket lands on Moon the American Moon rocket Ranger IV has landed on the far side of the moon but has failed to send back pictures due to a technical fault. It is the first time an American spacecraft has successfully reached th (1 comment)
Forgetting the ones that really matterForgetting the ones that really matter by Thanos Kalamidas
25 April 2016
Most Brits like Barack Obama, actually most Europeans do. Somehow he seems more European than what we usually get from the other side of the ocean. John F. Kennedy was a similar case and he was also very popular in Europe. Actually, following latest event (1 comment)
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