• The blind postman of pakistan

    Lahore, Pakistan Health & Fitness, Social 20 Jan 2019

    This is Muhammad Anwar, the village postman everyone fondly calls Hafiz sahib. He is blind, yet his handicap has not kept him from delivering letters for the past 44 years. As he carefully makes his way along the rugged and pebble-strewn walkways he knows so well, villagers smile and lower their... Read more

  • Breaking News: IDF raid Jalazone refugee camp in Ramallah

    Ramallah, Breaking News 20 Jan 2019

    Breaking News: Raid and clashes underway right now as Israel forces raid Jalazone refugee camp in Ramallah Read more

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    Video: A deeper look at the new silhouetted prison guards atop The Old Fort on Constitution Hill

    Johannesburg, South Africa Current Affairs 31 Jan 2019

    3-7 min video short for web: At first glance, it might seem strange that new silhouetted figures in the shape of apartheid-era prison guards and Anglo-Boer War soldiers have been added to the skyline over the Old Fort prison on Constitution Hill, in Johannesburg. There’s an ongoing discussion in... Read more

  • Colorful ‘Jingle Trucks’ Rule the Road in Pakistan

    Lahore, Pakistan Social, Cultural 31 Jan 2019

    you’ve spent any time in South Asia, specifically Pakistan, Afganistan, and India, you’ve surely seen colorful, ornate trucks rumbling down roads and highways. In these countries, especially Pakistan, truck art is more than just cultural expression, it’s also a deeply rooted tradition that can cause... Read more

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    SKATING a new sport on the rise in KIGALI

    Kigali, Rwanda Sports 31 Jan 2019

    Rwanda's Efforts towards road maintainance and expansion has brought up a sport spirit that is rising in the city of kigali, SKATING. am available for details on this story Read more

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    DRCongo Electoral Process and 2018 Elections

    Kinshasa, Congo The Democratic Republic Politics 31 Jan 2019

    DRCongo Electoral Process and 2018 Elections In the Democratic Republic of Congo, elections are scheduled for December 28, 2018 according to the electoral calendar. From the voting machine, to all the electoral process until the vote. We bring you all the stories that interest you before, during... Read more

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    AFC Asian Cup in UAE.

    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sports 02 Feb 2019

    Let me know if you need any photos for Asian Cup. I have accrediation. My photos at Getty: Thank you. Ulrik Read more

  • Pope Francis' Visit to the United Arab Emirates

    دبي, United Arab Emirates Politics, Current Affairs, Cultural, Breaking News 04 Feb 2019

    Next month, Pope Francis will become the first head of the Catholic Church to visit the Arabian Peninsula in a trip that promises to be full of symbolism. The Pope's host, the United Arab Emirates, looks to be the main beneficiary in what is has billed as its own 'Year of Tolerance.' The trouble is... Read more

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    Mobile World Congress 2019 (Feb 25-28) in Barcelona

    Barcelona, Spain Technology 08 Feb 2019

    I can report on the Mobile World Congress 2019 ( for you - daily reports, highlights, interviews, observation etc. Kindly get in touch to finalize the media accreditation process asap. Olusegun Read more

  • Jallikattu Festival

    Alanganallur, India Politics, Current Affairs, Entertainment & Celebrity, Sports, Social, Cultural, 360 Videography, Breaking News 28 Feb 2019

    Jallikattu festival Summary: Jallikattu, more than 2,000 years old, is considered to be one of the oldest sports still practised in the modern era. The bull-taming sport is usually played during the harvesting festival of the state, Pongal, before which hundreds of bulls are specifically... Read more

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    Gaza Business, Finance, Current Affairs, Arts & Books, Entertainment & Celebrity, Paranormal, Social, Cultural, Breaking News 28 Feb 2019

    Summary In his seventies, the last Gazan handloom weaver strives to preserve the profession of his ancestors from extinction as cheaper imported carpets from Turkey, Iran and China spread. It’s not only his sole source of income, but also a matter of pride legacy. Loyal admirers who prefer local... Read more

  • Coverage of KUMBH: a collective act of faith and the largest public gathering in the world

    New Delhi, India Paranormal, Investigative Reporting, Research, Social, 360 Videography, Breaking News 31 Mar 2019

    We offer to provide full coverage of the largest congregation of faith. We will be providing raw footage and or post produced and packaged daily stories/documentaries for all 55 days of this mega event from the ground. Our team of cameramen and reporters/producers will be available for live coverage... Read more

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    The Untold Stories of Eritrean Migrants

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Current Affairs 31 Mar 2019

    Migration is still as a big concern in Eritrea. Youths, frustrated by the policies of the government, cross the border in droves, searching for a better life. Ethiopia hosts the highest number of refugees from Eritrea. The absence of rule of law, unlimited mandatory national service and absence of... Read more

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    No single high profile murder in Ghana has been solved after going cold.

    Kumasi, Ghana Investigative Reporting 30 Apr 2019

    Series of murder and killing of high profile people, for more than two decades now, but none has been brought to its conclusive stage, especially after going cold. Ghanaians are becoming disillusioned, embittered, and doubtful about the work of security services and now taking charge of their... Read more

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    Quest for Broader Knowledge

    Kumasi, Ghana Training 29 May 2019

    Stories about the daily struggle of deprived rural children to access education can, sometimes, be mind-boggling. The fate of pupils of a local Islamic school in a community near Bawku in the Upper East Region of Ghana remains uncertain. This is because decades after it was set up, secular... Read more

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    Ten-year-old defies infirmity to delight in swimming

    Kampala, Uganda Sports 01 Jun 2019

    Despite infirmity on her right hand, Husinah Kukundakwe has taken the swimming fraternity of Uganda by storm with her skills in the pool. The ten-year-old has been swimming since her pre-primary and recently began competing favourably amongst the fully-abled age-mates. Her coach Matovu Wasswa picked... Read more

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    Monsour Del Rosario Continues to Serve Constituents in Makati Amid a Perceived Demolition Job from Political Opponents

    Manila, Philippines Politics 20 Jun 2019

    Manila, Philippines- Amid the Demolition Job that His opponents are perceived to be doing, Congressman Monsour del Rosario continues to serve his constituents doing his rounds twice to three times a week at the first district of Makati, attending to the needs of residents specially the elderly. Abby... Read more

  • Canada's cannabis legalisation

    Toronto, Canada Business, Current Affairs, Cultural, Breaking News 01 Oct 2019

    Cannabis will become officially legal in Canada on October 17. If you're interested in or require coverage - from business pieces to tourism to women entrepreneurs - please get in touch as I have a number of stories I can write for you. Read more

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    Amabherete makes a sudden come back

    Johannesburg South, South Africa Politics 01 Dec 2019

    Known for their brutal approach, heavy amination and bullet proofs embodied in them, the notorious Police tactical response team normally known as Amabherete have made a sudden come back after few years of disappearance. In a Press conference Police Minister Fikile Mbalula “South Africa has been... Read more

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    Barcelona, Spain Breaking News 31 Dec 2019

    I am available to radio and TV stations to report about the latest breaking news about Catalan affairs. English and Spanish. I am also available for scouting if you send a reporter. Read more

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    Lions, Tigers, and Bears - Oh My! 100 Hundred Years of Munich's Circus Krone

    Munich, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    In 1919, after the end of World War I, the Krone family of Munich, which had had a traveling animal show since 1870, opened Circus Krone in Munich. In 2019 Circus Krone will celebrate 100 years of great traditional and innovative circus entertainment as the world’s circus that has performed for the... Read more

  • Set Up, Revamp and Training for TV News Network

    New Delhi, India Business, Technology, Media Training, Training 31 Dec 2019

    We help set-up and launch of new TV stations as well as revamping of existing players by providing expertise in business model, technology, training, branding, manpower structuring, recruitment, content strategy, distribution strategy, launch and post launch handholding. Our clients are prominent... Read more

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    European citizens facing the grim prospect of Brexit

    London, United Kingdom Politics 31 Dec 2019

    Hello there, since the "Brexit" referendum in 2016, I've collected interviews and testimonies of European citizens from all over the UK on their future prospects and the hardship of recent negative changes. I've worked on many angles and with people from the health sector, the music industry, in... Read more

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    UK's first spaceport planned in sleepy north coast of Scotland village

    Tongue, United Kingdom Business, Current Affairs, Technology, Science & Environment 31 May 2020

    In August 2018, the UK government announced that they had selected a site near Tongue, Sutherland, Scotland, UK to be the site of the UK's first spaceport. For the crofters (farmers) of nearby Melness, who jointly own the site, it's 'Rockets Galore' - as the spaceport will turn a sleepy north coast... Read more

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    What the World Kneads Now: The International Diploma in German Bread Baking

    München, Germany Food & Drink 30 Jun 2020

    Imagine the springy warmth of a yeast dough, steaming-fresh from the oven, or the crunchy crust of a whole-wheat sour-dough bread bristling with toasted sunflower seeds, or the delicate, buttery flakes of a fine puff-pastry twist. Or an enormous pretzel worthy of the Oktoberfest, studded with salt... Read more

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    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great.

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan Natural Disasters 01 Jul 2020

    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great. Kalash tribes are known as lost sons of Alexander, famous for the unique culture and... Read more

  • Early marriages in western kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya Cultural 01 Sep 2020

    Early Marriages in Rural Kenya and Informal Settings For a long period in my life, I struggled to understand why my parents never wanted my family to stay in our ancestral home except on vacations. My six siblings and I felt overly important each fortnight of the family vacation. We were the... Read more

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    Munich Confronts its Nazi Past at the National Socialist Documentation Center

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The Braunes Haus, the building that housed Nazi party headquarters in Munich from 1930 to 1945, in fact no longer exists; it was destroyed by Allied forces after the war. But precisely at the site where it once stood, the National Socialist Documentation Center represents Munich's final coming to... Read more

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    Strolling Through History: A Walking Tour to Remember Munich's Nazi Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The name of Munich's most successful walking-tours company, "Stattreisen" is a play on German words that mean something most closely translatable as "alternative trips". The message is clear: on a "Stattreisen" walking tour you will experience the Bavarian capital in unusual ways, with... Read more

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    "Blindgänger" (Unexploded Bombs in Germany) - Blasts from the Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    For countless reasons, World War II is present in the German psyche and memory for many people in the general population on almost a daily basis. Cities like Berlin and Dresden, for example, still have eerily empty spaces in the middle of town, where it is obvious that some edifice once stood there... Read more

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