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Yesterday, Sudanese warplanes dropped bombs near the South Sudanese town of Bentiu. Since 1956 Sudan has been at war with itself, its division led to a split in 2011 of Sudan an the Republic of South Sudan. This split sadly has not ended the warring an conflicts over oil which once was hoped to foster […]
The Tuareg warriors, of Niger Africa have been in the news so much of late, with due cause, to understand more about this complex and amazing people, an about Niger, it is important to have some back story. David Adams traveled through Niger and with Tuareg in his Journeys to the Ends of the Earth, […]
David Adams is currently in Cannes, raising the last few dollars to complete CGI Animation for the ‘Quest for Alexanders Lost World’. Parthenon Entertainment are helping David Adams Films to raise funds and promote the series about climate change along the Oxus river. There has been Great interest from all around the world, particularly Italy, […]
Recent excavations made by archaeologists in the arid Eurasian steppes stretching from the Black Sea to the border of China, are disproving histories previous beliefs about Nomads. Our early beliefs were that Nomads did not develop or build nor acquire riches, in any way comparable to the lives of sedentary peoples. According to the New […]