North Korean border (via Flickr) South Korea and its Northern neighbour have reached an agreement over enabling the first train to cross the heavily armed… Weiterlesen »Short Cuts: A breakthrough in Korea – small size, though
Protest-poster (via Flickr): Whose sabotage now? This morning, German federal and state police forces raided around 40 sights in Germany. Around 900 officers searched locations… Weiterlesen »Short Cuts: Police raids different leftist sights in Germany ahead of G-8 summit
Der Mond über Colombo zu besseren Zeiten (via Flickr) Wie eng Sport und Politik verbunden sein können, zeigt sich auch in Kriegszeiten – so wie… Weiterlesen »Kurzzeiler: Tamil Tigers legen Stromnetz in Colombo lahm
An inconvenient body – but maybe not for too long (photo via Flickr) Seeing Democratic environmentalist Al Gore at the gym has not happened often,… Weiterlesen »Al Gore is running – but is he running for president?
The mascots of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing – everybody smiles, as China plays a new role in world policy – but does it really?… Weiterlesen »Short Cuts: Mao’s heirs finally discover that image matters
Students in Virginia gather in front the War Memorial to mourn their fellow students. (photo via flickr) After the shooting at Virginia Tech University in… Weiterlesen »Short Cuts: Virginia tragedy may bring gun control-debate
Young boy at a Jamia Hafsa demonstration in January (Photo via Flickr) As the US would not have enough problems on its own, one of… Weiterlesen »Short Cuts: Rise of extremism in Pakistan might worry US