Basra after the British: division and desperation in Iraq’s oil boomtown

Basras six-year period of British control in accordance with the depose of Saddam Hussein will come under scrutiny with the release of the Chilcot report. Ghaith Abdul-Ahad finds a city run by mafiums and still struggling with the legacy of war Laden with nets and reek of rotten fish, the rusting dhow Ameera has just […]

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Striking new Angler’s Mail print magazine uncovers Britain’s biggest ever bracing of coarse fish- and the next national record carp!

THE must-read new issue of Angler’s Mail print magazine is in stores today … with a special cover-up by guest novelist/ artist Chris Turnbull. Don’t miss it ! Be sure to read the Mail’s exclusive coverage of Britain’s biggest ever brace of coarse fish- and also the next national record carp ! There’s big match […]

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China Is Operating A Lighthouse On Artificial South China Sea Island

BEIJING( Reuters) – China has begun operating a lighthouse on one of its artificial islands in the South China Sea near where a U.S. warship sailed last year to challenge China’s territory claims. China claims most of the energy-rich water of the South China Sea, through which about$ 5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every […]

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