Any autobiography that features a picture of the writer naked and riding a horse on the cover is bound to contain more than few juicy sex details. And former 90s MTV VJ Kennedy (yes, just one name) doesn’t disappoint on that front.
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Doco shines light on Exponents
The Price of Honor
The Abu Ghraib Cases: Not Yet Over
Starving the Rebellion: Syria’s Brutal Tactics
Abu Ibrahim, a stocky, bespectacled Syrian from the besieged southern city of Dara’a, bounded into the general store on the Jordan-Syria border in his white plastic sandals, grasping his daughter Noor’s hand as the 6-year-old struggled to keep up. He’d left Dara’a, the center of a two-month-old antigovernment uprising, just a few hours earlier and was desperate to get back before the end of Friday midday prayers and the start of the weekly nationwide protests that have always followed.
World: MIDDLE EAST: THE FEDAYEEN REVISITED
Jordan’s Islamists Take the Reins of the Protests
Resolution may be near between students and bar accused of racism
Nearly 1 in 4 people worldwide is Muslim, report says
Nearly one in four people worldwide is Muslim — and they are not necessarily where you might think, according to an extensive new study that aims to map the global Muslim population. India, a majority-Hindu country, has more Muslims than any country except for Indonesia and Pakistan, and more than twice as many as Egypt
Olympic decision disappoints many — but not all — Chicagoans
Supporters of Chicago’s bid for the 2016 Olympics were shocked Friday by news that the city was the first of four finalists to be eliminated from consideration. The news from the International Olympic Committee came mere hours after President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama delivered personal appeals to the selection committee, praising the virtues of their hometown