What do Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis, Germanwings pilot Andreas Lubitz, Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik, and Isis killers Mohammed Emwazi and Jake Bilardi have in common? Delusions of grandeur, a fear of failure and a need for admiration
Getting knees mixed up with your gnocchi? Even food buffs such as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Jay Rayner trip up over unpronounceable eats that, in one fell swoop, can brand you an unsophisticated hick or a pretentious pedant
n the picture, he departs from this earth like an arrow. Although he has not chosen his fate, he appears to have, in his last instants of life, embraced it. If he were not falling, he might very well be flying. He appears relaxed, hurtling through the air. He appears comfortable in the grip of …
On 6 August 1945, the US attacked the Japanese city of Hiroshima with an atomic bomb in a bid to end the second world war. Seventy years after the devastating power of nuclear weapons was first demonstrated, nine states retain them in their arsenals
While architects in Greece dream up a cliff-hanging holiday house, the Skylodge Adventure Suites have been housing intrepid travelers since 2013 in these hanging bedrooms suspended on a rock face 1,312 feet above the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. Accessible by climbing, hiking, or zip-lining—a trip that takes three to four hours each way—the 24 feet...
The women who dug the graves, the kids who saw the largest battle in US history – and the slaves forced to help fighters at the front. 150 years after the last shots were fired, Guardian photographer David Levene travelled across the US photographing sites scarred by the American civil war
When he was promoted to officer rank at eighteen, S. L. A. MARSHALL was the youngest shavetail in the United States Army during World War I. He rejoined the Army in 1942, became a combat historian with the rank of colonel; and the notes he made at the time of the Normandy landing are the source of this heroic reminder. Readers will remember his frank and ennobling book about Korea, THE RIVER AND THE GAUNTLET, which was the result of still a third tour of duty.
I've been a resident of Western Sydney almost all my life. I can categorically state that there are many more people dealing with even greater levels of chaos and hardship than shown on this SBS documentary.
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