Remembering the Iran Green Movement, Ten Years Later

Remembering the Iran Green Movement, Ten Years Later

The rise of tensions between the U.S. and Iran in light of the supposed Iranian attack on two American oil tankers and the constant insecurity surrounding Iran’s nuclear capabilities have solidified a vision of Iran as a foreign nation, a Middle Eastern autocracy that eschews Western values entirely; it was...

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Venezuelan Migrants Continue to Flee Country in Crisis

Venezuelan Migrants Continue to Flee Country in Crisis

Days ahead of the introduction of new immigration laws in Peru, thousands of Venezuelans have hurried to pass the border into the country, with authorities estimating that 6,000 Venezuelan refugees entered the country through neighboring Ecuador on Thursday alone. Under the new laws, Venezuelans need a passport and visa to...

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Exceptional Promise at the Bush Theatre

Exceptional Promise at the Bush Theatre

The Bush Theatres Exceptional Promise exhibits just that; exceptional promise. The show Exceptional Promise takes form as a game show where three contestants answer a range of quick-round questions and compete to win a deed to their dream home. The contestants are all played by members of the creative team...

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Oslo Hackney

Oslo Hackney

Hackney still has that edgy feel. Its less all-out trendy than Shoreditch, and a big Victorian explorers beard is very much optional here. It’s diverse, hip, and still clinging on to a bit of its myriad roots. Landmarks like the Hackney Empire attract big name comedians anxious to cement their...

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Le Mans 2019: Toyota the only cruisers!

Le Mans 2019: Toyota the only cruisers!

The race week was one of anniversaries as it is seventy years since the race recommenced after the Second World War, the sixtieth since Aston Martin scored its only outright victory and the fiftieth since Ford recorded its fourth straight victory with the Mark 2 cars and the GT40. The...

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