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Day of deaf peopleDay of deaf people by The Ovi Team
29 September 2017
September 29th. The World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) first launched International Day of the Deaf in 1958; the "day" was later extended to "week." The International Week of the Deaf (IWD) is observed annually during the last full week of September. (1 comment)
Khrushchev anger at UNKhrushchev anger at UN by The Ovi Team
29 September 2017
September 29th 1960; The Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has disrupted a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly with several angry outbursts. Twice he pounded his desk and twice he shouted interruptions to show his disapproval at the way UN force (Add a comment)
Increased Korean Tensions: Time for Concerted Non-governmental EffortsIncreased Korean Tensions: Time for Concerted Non-governmental Efforts by Rene Wadlow
28 September 2017
An escalation of verbal exchanges between the Presidents of the USA and North Korea, missile flights over Japan, US war planes close to the sea frontier of North Korea - one can hardly think of additional ways that governments can increase tensions short (Add a comment)
Benjamin Netanyahu, Penguins and the United NationsBenjamin Netanyahu, Penguins and the United Nations by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
28 September 2017
While he is very much the traditional politician, whose sheen has been corrupted, whose approach to policy merits suspicion, Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu was happy with US President Donald Trump. Trump had just given a rousing display of realpolitik befo (Add a comment)
Eureka: Why economic theory is so divisiveEureka: Why economic theory is so divisive by Akli Hadid
28 September 2017
Math is about the almost sacred properties among numbers that humans have little or no control over. Physics is about the properties of the universe surrounding us that we have little control over. Medicine is about saving patients whose diseases we have (1 comment)
Miles DavisMiles Davis by The Ovi Team
28 September 2017
On September 28, 1991, jazz trumpet legend Miles Davis dies in a California hospital at the age of 65. (Add a comment)
The Empire Strikes Back: On Spartacus and KaepernickThe Empire Strikes Back: On Spartacus and Kaepernick by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
27 September 2017
About a year ago, a football quarter back for the San Francisco 49ers, Colin Kaepernick, began his national anthem protests against racial and social injustice in the US. He began kneeling rather than standing when the national anthem was played before a (Add a comment)
The Demise of Civic Journalism: The Xenophon-Turnbull DealThe Demise of Civic Journalism: The Xenophon-Turnbull Deal by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
27 September 2017
It was never spectacular, but the Australian media scape is set to become duller, more contained, and more controlled with changes to the Broadcasting Services Act. In an environment strewn with the corpses of papers and outlets strapped for cash, calls (Add a comment)
Sea salts found to be contaminated by plasticSea salts found to be contaminated by plastic by Ovi Magazine Guest
27 September 2017
Maybe you're surprised at this news or maybe it just confirms what you knew all along: that anything coming from the ocean is bound to be contaminated by what scientists call microplastics. Researchers as of late have warned consumers of the likelihood t (Add a comment)
World Tourism DayWorld Tourism Day by The Ovi Team
27 September 2017
World Tourism Day (WTD) is held annually on 27 September. Its purpose is to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value. The event seeks to address global challenge (Add a comment)
Johnson loses Olympic goldJohnson loses Olympic gold by The Ovi Team
27 September 2017
September 27th 1988; Sprinter Ben Johnson has been sent home from the Seoul Olympic Games in disgrace. The Canadian has also been stripped of his 100m gold medal after testing positive for drugs. Johnson has just arrived home in Toronto and has said he wi (Add a comment)
Kneeling in Protest and Melon ThumpingKneeling in Protest and Melon Thumping by Leah Sellers
26 September 2017
"Hey Jeb!" Zach announced as he approached his old Friend, who was methodically thumping melons, and listening intently to which one gave out the most hollow, ripened sound. (Add a comment)
Angela Merkel: The Ikea PoliticianAngela Merkel: The Ikea Politician by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
26 September 2017
Modular furniture divinities, or corporations, may not be the best points of comparison for a politician, but German Chancellor Angela Merkel has invited it. She is stable, reliable, self-assembled from history. But more to the point, she has managed to (1 comment)
Screechscape Screechscape by Ovi Magazine Guest
26 September 2017
The car screeched to a halt to halt the screech ! Ensuing argument between two pedestrians, he said. (Add a comment)
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