Tag Archives: Somalia

Your news explained: Al Qaida picks up where UNESCO leaves off?

Now that the US will no longer be funding UNESCO, will Al Qaida’s generosity be the future? The Guardian reports that Al Qaida is making cash payments to victims of the Somali drought. DLR, is this a kinder, gentler Al … Continue reading

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Restless youth

No, this isn’t another post about the riots. If you’re anything like us, you’ve read quite enough words over the past week debating whether the solution is either to give everyone under the age of 18 on the Pembury estate … Continue reading

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A little groggy

The DLR has a hangover. Not a searing, bastard-behind-the-eyes, morning sick kind of hangover. Just a little bit shabby, alarmingly thirsty, slightly-hungrier-than-usual hangover. Anyway, suffice to say we were already a little grumpy when we rolled up our sleeves for … Continue reading

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