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‘Painting on Death': One Syrian Artist's Mission Under Siege in Douma
“We will stay here. Even if you scorch our land, we will stay in the cradle of civilizations to rebuild it again. We will make bridges from our bodies for the generations to cross to the future. We will build a new civilization from the ruins of our homes. We will make a Christmas tree from your shells and bombs, and light it for peace in our wounded Ghouta.” Read More >







Japan's 'Secret' Island


Accidental Environmentalists


Confessions of a Student Ghost-Writer: The New Face of Plagiarism in Academia


Varney the Vampire: Monster or Victim?


Artful Pottery: Form and Function


Grexodus to Bulgaria


Human Smuggling: Ruthless Crime or Invaluable Service?


Immunisation and Inequality in 2016


‘Painting on Death': One Syrian Artist's Mission Under Siege in Douma


'Localize It' - A Voice from the Fields


















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