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Place.png Africa 20 May 2017 16:20 (1 K) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png
Place.png London 4 May 2017 13:04 (562 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png
Suez Canal.jpg Suez Canal 29 April 2017 07:48 (249 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png
Dar El Tifl orphanage.jpg Dar El Tifl orphanage 29 April 2017 07:28 (24 K)
Place.png Paris 22 April 2017 07:31 (508 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png
Place.png Middle East 15 April 2017 15:07 (453 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png
Place.png Asia 15 April 2017 14:00 (308 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png
Place.png Hong Kong 13 April 2017 07:07 (309 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png



Page nameImageDescription
9-11/WTC6Wtc6-hole.jpgA building in the World Trade Center which suffered a complete failure during September 11th, 2001 in a manner which may not be consistent with mere falling debris.
9-11/WTC7WTC7.jpgWTC7 was a 47-storey building which underwent a spectacular freefall collapse in its own footprint, relegated in Wikipedia to a fraction of a paragraph. Although completely unprecedented, this was not only predicted but announced by the BBC before it happened.
AfricaThe "dark continent", almost completely overrun by European colonialists, now full of nominally independent governments. Its exploitation continues in a range of more modern, complex, forms, such as land grabbing.
AsiaThe largest continent on earth.
Atlantic Ocean
Bad NenndorfWinkler-bad.jpg
Baltic SeaBaltic Sea map.png
Bobbersmill Community Centre
BonnBefore Germany was re-united, this was the capital city of West Germany
British Virgin IslandsFlag of the British Virgin Islands.svg
Cape Town
Caribbean Sea
Central America
Central Asia
Chagos Archipelago
ChicksandsChicksands entrance 2007.jpg
City of London
Dar El Tifl orphanageDar El Tifl orphanage.jpgAn orphanage in East Jerusalem, in the traditionally upscale Arab neighborhood of Sheikh Jarah.
Deir YassinFormer Palestinian village which was destroyed following the massacre of its inhabitants by Jewish Irgun and Stern Gang terrorists, led by Israeli prime minister to be, Menachem Begin, on 9 April 1948
DetroitDetroit Montage.jpg
Elm Guest HouseElm Guest House.pngElm Guest House was used extensively to host events where children were sexually abused and members of the establishment compromised in the 1970s and 1980s.
Falkland Islands
GazaAn enclave of Palestine in the south west corner of Israel.
Golan HeightsGolan Wind Turbines.jpgIsrael's exploitation of wind energy in the occupied Golan Heights is legal under international law because it does not deplete the territory's natural capital. But oil drilling would violate that principle.
Golden Triangle (Southeast Asia)The 2nd most important heroin producing area of the world.
Grassy knollJFK Wooden Fence.jpgA vantage point used by one or more of the JFK assassination team.
Great College Street
Guantanamo Bay detention campGuantanamo Bay detention camp.jpgA US military base now used primarily as a torture camp due to its obscure legal jurisdiction. After campaigning in 2009 on promises to shut it down within a year, in 2014 Barack Obama announced plans to expand it.
Homan SquareHoman Square.jpgA black site that even after its exposure in early 2015 continues to be used by Chicago police for a range of off-the-books, i.e. illegal, activities.
Hong Kong
Husab Uranium Mine
Indian Ocean
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