Monthly Archives: June 2012

F-16 chases missile that hits ship

Photo by: Nevada Tumbleweed (Mark Holloway) So here’s a little bit of crash, kapow and bang to enjoy in the nerdery (yes, it’s a word), compliments of the Norwegian arms manufacturer Kongsberg. It’s basically their new 400 kg Naval Strike … Continue reading

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40 years of festival in 120 minutes

Photo by: René Clausen Nielsen In Denmark the Roskilde Festival is by far the largest music festival. Each summer, around 100.000 guests descend on the old Viking town of Roskilde and spend a week listening to music. Well, listening to … Continue reading

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USA and China fight pot and kettle battle over human rights

Photo by: Gruenemann Some days ago, China decided to hit back at U.S. criticism on the violations of human rights in the country. The method might be described as an ‘oh yeah, well I’m rubber and you’re glue’ tactic and … Continue reading

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The whole truth? Not in journalism you don’t!

Photo by: grjenkin If you put a journalist on the stand and asked him or her to swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, you would be putting that person in a very difficult … Continue reading

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When the past sent Erik Nørgaard an email: Part 12 – Hello after 45 years

Sometimes you’re presented with a story so great that you just have to stand aside and let it through. As a journalist, it’s like you’ve been presented with a perfect gem, and no matter what ring you try to fit … Continue reading

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When the past sent Erik Noergaard an email: Part 11 – Finding the plans

Sometimes you’re presented with a story so great that you just have to stand aside and let it through. As a journalist, it’s like you’ve been presented with a perfect gem, and no matter what ring you try to fit … Continue reading

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