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bonnibenrubi.com — Jehad Nga- New Work, Mali and Libya May 29th - July 13th, 2013 Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to present new work from Mali and Libya by acclaimed artist Jehad Nga. This new body of work by Nga once again strikes a powerful aesthetic balance between the personal and the political; the emotive and the pragmatic; the humane and the inhumane.
theaustralian.com.au — WHEN Hamid Karzai was preparing to meet his US counterpart Barack Obama in Washington in January, the Afghan President eschewed the detailed briefing notes drawn up by his advisers and stayed up late into the night to finish William Dalrymple's latest book, The Return of a King.
crisisgroup.org — Latin America Briefing N°28 OVERVIEW The death from cancer on 5 March of President Hugo Chávez triggered a snap presidential election just 40 days later that his anointed successor, Nicolás Maduro, won by a margin of less than 1.5 per cent over Henrique Capriles of the Democratic Unity (MUD) alliance.
newyorker.com — I first heard about the Syrian rebel who was supposed to have eaten a heart on Monday, when a friend who lives in Beirut tweeted something cryptic about abuse videos. Against my better instincts, I opened one of the links he attached to his tweet. It showed soldiers (or was it militia members?
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