The Coast Guard’s ‘Floating Guantánamos’
the US Coast Guard’s "floating Guantanamos"
address the root causes of conflict. this one, on Mali
Rembert Browne on Colin Kaepernick and race in the US
you've heard plenty about (US) right-wing media, what about the left? rise above, please.
Covers some important aspects of why terrorism is at the forefront of public and political discussion but think the author overlooks some major conclusions
understand the difficulty of law enforcement in using terrorism label in some cases,but media isn't constrained in those same ways, and yet...
fascinating, sad read on El Chapo and America's heroin problem. author suggests he was deliberately released as with him "in power " there was relative peace.
bio on António Guterres
Sad but important read to get even the smallest idea of what it's like on the ground in Yemen. At least 3,700 killed, more than a million displaced, 8,000 cases of dengue in one city alone.
"progressive" on many issues, but not Infidelity
meticulous data and Southampton's rise
Heard of the Saudi-Iranian proxy war, but never as having run since the late 1970s. Includes a funny metaphor.
Fun read. The various ways batsmen confront their lonely battle
Bangladesh's test victory, in perspective
interesting read on 'a new scramble for Africa',"
beautiful piece on Rangana Herarh
Nice piece on Shimon Peres
bravery that created a nation
What might have been for Thilan Samaraweera
Are football matches in illegal Israeli settlements home matches, or away?
Thousands of new-born babies of early migrants to Israel stolen from their parents.
a sad, dangerous practice in Malawi
Nice. referendum to allow Colombians to ok/reject govt-FARC peace accord
Joy! Kuwait sets minimum wage and improves rights for domestic workers. May it spread through the Gulf.
Iran and others continue to disagree on missiles, post-agreement
Kashmiris continue to die in silence
good response from the US to limit protections to its civilian contractors in Jaoan
APs fact check on Clinton and het emails
not like for like, but Gasol looks to be Duncan's replacement
37 years later, land returned to Aboriginal owners
Guantanamo news. legislation blocked, 30 detainees unlikely to be successfully prosecuted, so why are they then detained?
psychiatrist calls Australian detention centres, atrocities
if you're still basking in the afterglow of Lebron
Nice profile on Oman cricket
a beautiful explanation of love. Great relationship advice
What romance really means
oral history of Kobe's 81 point game
Love oral histories. Pretty short for a legendary 281. Laxman v Australia.
Jarrod Kimber does it again. Rollercoaster consideration of South Africa's test team that has you screaming "they're so unappreciated!" and then mumbling, "alright, they're good but not the greatest".
a brilliant one to read. Share for the right reasons, try and actually understand why others think the way they do
France's defense of free speech, post-Hebdo
sad reports of more sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers
if you're looking for some funny twitter (bot) accounts to follow
The finale to the 50 greatest test performances, series.
Nice one on Mourinho's career path, although the Barca angle is just one that this piece has chosen to take.
Plenty you may disagree with, but fun list of the top 100 football players
Some films from 2015, including a few you probably didn't hear about.
Nice one on Steve Smith's rise
awesome. On the leadership and the crazy of KG, and how he's Towns' Yoda.