Tarek Bin Laden’s Red Sea bridge
A company owned by Osama Bin Laden’s half-brother has proposed building a bridge across Mandab Strait on the Red Sea, to link Djibouti to Yemen.
Doctors group backs marijuana for medical uses
Fri Feb 15, 2008 5:56pm EST
By Will Dunham
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A leading U.S. doctors group has endorsed using marijuana for medical purposes, urging the government to roll back a prohibition on using it to treat patients and supporting studies into its medical applications.
Meet Victoria Kokobi, Indian hemp dealer who disguised as garri merchant
Monday, February 11, 2008
For Victoria, a 62-year-old grandmother, garri business is hard and not lucrative when compared with sales of marijuana. For several years, she has been involved in the trade, using garri as a cover up, but recently, the eagle eyes of the officials of the NDLEA got her.
GPs have got Britain ‘hooked on painkillers’
Peddlers of Pharmaceutical Narcotics
Doctors are unwittingly fuelling the growing number of Britons hooked on prescription drugs by giving patients dangerously high doses of medicines that can prove highly addictive, a parliamentary inquiry has concluded.
The Natufians: The Original Black Africans of Israel
By Jide Uwechia
Seven or eight thousand years ago in what geologist call the Holocene era (i.e. modern times) a black tribe from Africa established themselves in Palestine. The New York Times reported this spectacular fact in many of its editions between the years 1857 and 1932.