Feb 17th, 2013
The incarceration of Oscar Pistorius exposed a major flaw in South Africa’s safety and security system as the country’s troubled police cells are not properly designed to accommodate criminal suspects with physical disabilities writes DE WET POTGIETER. When government authorities realised on Friday m...
Dec 11th, 2012
Essam El-Erian is the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s top foreign propaganda figure and with the Muslim Brotherhood hard at work seizing power and torturing protesters, he had his work cut out for him when he arrived at the Al-Noor Islamic School in Brooklyn, New York. The Al-Noor School is on the NYPD...
Jul 6th, 2012
In Cape Town’s latest case of human trafficking, a young woman was allegedly kept captive in a Brooklyn wendy house for seven months and forced into prostitution and drug addiction. This week the city’s Vice Squad removed the 23-year-old woman, along with a 19-year-old woman, from the residence. It’s...
May 9th, 2012
“Will it hurt the baby?” Every pregnant woman asks this question at least once during their 40-week journey. Pregnancy is a time when women become especially aware of their health and lifestyle, eating habits, physical activity, and other aspects of their lives. That hyper-awareness can r...
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Feb 27th, 2011
David Beckham has a new tattoo depicting himself as Jesus. The British soccer ace – who already has a number of body art pieces including a topless depiction of his wife Victoria and an inscription of her name in Hindi – underwent two sessions over 12 hours to get the image, which includes three cher...
Feb 12th, 2011
New York – A 23-year-old man went on a deadly stabbing spree that spread over 11 hours on Friday, killing first his stepfather, then his girlfriend and her mother before injuring two others as he escaped, police said. The New York police pepartment launched a manhunt for Maksim Gelman, saying h...
Nov 5th, 2010
For years, fans in Brooklyn have devoured films from Nigeria, paying $3 for bootlegged copies of the latest releases at utilitarian stores in the Flatbush neighborhood that distribute cellphones, calling cards and an evening’s entertainment. Enlarge This Image Daniel Barry for The New York Times More...