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Ann Marlowe: The Oriana Fallaci of the Maghreb & Levant Returns

Ann Marlowe’s outstanding contribution to foreign affairs is easy to discern because she reports from regions that aren’t easily covered.  Having dominated the Levant, she’s moved on to cover Libya, Tunisia and the original fault line that began it all, … Continue reading

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The Origin of Aids

It all began in 1981 when rare tumors known as Kaposi’s Sarcoma began to be seen throughout San Francisco.  In two years doctors knew of the intrinsic relation between these rare tumors and the four H’s:  homosexuals, heroin addicts, haemophiliacs … Continue reading

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