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Bodies recovered from South Korea ferry; death toll rises to 49

SEOUL — The official death toll in South Korea's ferry disaster rose to 49 early Sunday after divers gained access to the submerged vessel and recovered more than a dozen bodies.<p>Government officials reported that divers had retrieved the bodies by breaking a window on the vessel, but it was unclear …

In Thailand, there's no Jon Stewart — just 'Shallow News in Depth'

In Thailand, protesters are calling for the prime minister's resignation and street rallies have turned deadly. So how do journalists cover the anti-government protests, without running afoul of the government? Try <i>Shallow News in Depth</i> — an online parody newscast.<p>The show uses sarcasm and slapstick …

An American in Thailand: Lost in Charn Chai - Part 1

Fightland Blog<p><i>[Ed. note: For more than a year, Lindsey Newhall has been living at a Muay Thai camp outside Bangkok, training for hours a day and soaking in local traditions. We asked her to keep a journal of her experiences.]</i><p><b>Late January 2014</b><p>The problem with training Muay Thai in Thailand is the …

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Charlie Chaplin review – a man condemned to journey alone

Peter Ackroyd's Chaplin belongs to London, but this damaged man had no real home<p>By his mid-twenties, Charlie Chaplin was the most famous man in the world, recognised by admirers in every one of the markets reached by the new, language-free medium of silent film. In <i>Modern Times</i> the unhoused tramp …

IPCC climate report: a route map for civilisation's greatest journey

The landmark UN report shows the affordable paths to averting a global climate catastrophe: now politicians must decide the route and who pays the fare<p>If you are embarking on a long and essential journey, it really pays to book early. That is the key message from Sunday's landmark UN report that …