Thursday, May 20, 2004

Today on the Hotplate

  • A parade of 'bizarre' toys
  • Colombia asks world for cash to disarm militias
  • Abu Ghraib: the rule, not the exception
  • Emerging writers try oratory
  • BOUTROS Boutros-Ghali to be invested into the Order of Canada
  • 'New and Selected Poems, 1974-2004': Poet on Main Street
  • There followed other evidently language-using apes, including Nim Chimpsky (named after linguist Noam Chomsky)
  • War criminals' poems uncovered
  • Poets discover a rhythm method
  • Democracy far off in dissidents' eyes
  • Birth Rights
  • The Misery Index is Rising
  • Poster poems from EU's new members
  • US soldier pleads guilty to abuse in Abu Ghraib prison scandal
  • Environment row as Jakarta fish die
  • Group: Three dissidents sentenced in Cuba
  • Many artists live in survival mode, reports agency head
  • The Cruelest (and Coolest) Month
  • 'The libertarian experiment has failed; abstinence is the way forward'

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