Lorde has asked fans to wear “rainbow clothing” to her upcoming show in Kansas after extremist Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) published plans to protest the concert. The American church, known for its radical ideologies, especially against homosexuality, plans to picket the show at Midland Theatre on March 21
It seems like Anna Hutchison has a boundless supply of energy and enthusiasm. Even after long hours of filming Spartacus: War Of The Damned, the diminutive actress is still delighted to chat about everything from her flame-red wig – “It’s outta control! I come in at 5am and get my wig put on and leave at 7.30pm and be blonde again” – to the three-week bootcamp she had to do with the stunt team before taking the role of Laeta
As the push to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi has stalled, journalists have increasingly borne the brunt of the frustrations of Libya’s rebels. Although the foreign press was eagerly welcomed just months ago, reporters in rebel-controlled areas have recently been harassed and intimidated.
To be a hostage of Colombia’s Marxist guerrillas is to be on the move. The rebels the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia sequester their captives deep inside the country’s mountainous jungle terrain, and they regularly lead them on long, arduous marches from one mosquito-infested camp to another to keep the Colombian military from detecting their whereabouts
Truth, as they say, is the first casualty of war.
The war in Libya is not going well. Muammar Gaddafi shows no sign of giving up power
Ever since its victorious, twelve-year guerrilla war against Communist rebels, rubber-rich Malaya has been an eye of calm amidst the storm of Southeast Asia.
Down from the rocky ridges and snow-choked gullies the guerrillas straggled last week. Some were barefoot, some wore slabs of leather tied about their feet with string
An African delegation on a mission to end the seven-week conflict in Libya received a hostile welcome in the rebel capital of Benghazi Monday. “No Gaddafi, no sons!” hundreds of protesters shouted as they swarmed the vehicles of the Presidents of Congo, Mali, Mauritania and Uganda
On Wednesday, when asked why the Libyan rebels were retreating, one of their spokesmen, Colonel Ahmed Bany, said archly, “You are obviously well aware of the difference between a tank and a Kalashnikov.” It could be the difference between victory and defeat. The rebels have repeatedly emphasized their relative hopelessness in squaring off against Muammar Gaddafi’s forces, using only an apparently large supply of light arms, including AK-47s, machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades.