Like a ghost it is invisible, like a poltergeist it seems to harbor a grudge, and like a Navajo Skinwalker it moves about unseen, taking over the bodies of its victims.
A short train ride from the green canals of Berlin is the Film University of Babelsberg, an impressive steel and glass building rising above outdoor film studios in Potsdam, Germany. Old Berlin, before the allied bombing, is crowded up next to an old cowboy town, where the smell of livestock suggests some of the extras […]
Climate change: the ever-present enemy has hit Cambodia hard. As with most things though, there’s an app for that. This blog was originally written by Jeffrey Barbee for Reuters. TMAT PAELLY, Cambodia, April 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Yin Socheat, a 29-year-old Cambodian farmer, is immersed in her smartphone – but it isn’t the latest viral […]
So many unknowns here still but I can share a few facts. The disaster has changed from being a search and rescue effort into a more stable crisis mitigation plan. Aid has arrived, it is being flown out right now in South African choppers, and the Indian army has been amazingly present everywhere we went, […]