Stimulated in North Korea- a unique glimpse of life inside a closed society

Everyday objects, such as sweet wrappers and posters, will be exhibited for the first time outside the socialist republic at a new London show, writes Vanessa Thorpe North Korea The Observer Made in North Korea- a unique glimpse of life inside a closed society Sweet wrappers and posters are among graphic art to be shown […]

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Britain’s Brexit debate devolves into a bizarre standoff between boats on the Thames

On June 23, the British public will vote on whether they should leave the European union. The debate over the so-called “Brexit” referendum has heated up over the past few weeks, culminating in a bizarre, watery stalemate on the river Thames. In a show of support for the Vote Leave campaign, a flotilla of fishing […]

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Ben Carsons Latest Bad Idea: A Foreign Policy Tour

Many candidates have made ventured abroad in the past. Most did not go so well. Ben Carson may join a legion of presidential candidates who have gone on overseas trips during the campaign cycle in a thinly veiled effort to demonstrate foreign-policy credentials. But if history is any guide, its unlikely a trip will do […]

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