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T Magazine: The Unlikely Activist Jemima Khan Reviewed by thevixi on . This Is Article About T Magazine: The Unlikely Activist Jemima Khan

Jemima Khan may live the grand life of an English aristocrat, but behind the famous boyfriends and the important hair is a serious political journalist and a budding documentary film producer. Her latest project? Taking on WikiLeaks. The address is unremarkable and the street unexciting, but to slip past the nondescript front gate is to [...]

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T Magazine: The Unlikely Activist Jemima Khan

Jemima Khan in the sitting room of her Fulham house, which she decorated herself. Jemima Khan may live the grand life of an English aristocrat, but behind the famous boyfriends and the important hair is a serious political journalist and a budding documentary film producer. Her latest project? Taking on WikiLeaks. The address is unremarkable and the street unexciting, but to slip past the nondescript front gate is to enter an alternative universe, a leafy enclave of secluded houses smack in the ... more→

Obama, in Burma speech: ‘We always remained hopeful about you’

RANGOON, Burma — For 15 years, Aung San Suu Kyi waited in her lakeside villa, confined to the small plot of land under house arrest, dreaming of her return to the world.On Monday, the world, or a big piece of it, came calling on her. Loading...CommentsWeigh InCorrections?Personal PostVideo... more→

‘Innocence of Muslims’ Filmmaker Ordered Back to Prison

The California filmmaker who made "Innocence of Muslims," the anti-Muslim movie that set off violent protests worldwide, was sent to prison for a year Wednesday for violating the terms of his probation from a prior conviction. Mark Basseley Youssef, AKA Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, AKA Sam Bacile, admitted that he had lied to his probation officer and used fake names. Prosecutors dropped other counts, which included the accusation that the filmmaker had lied to authorities about the scope of his role in ... more→

Muhammad Ali Gets 70th Birthday Bash

At 70, Muhammad Ali is "still the greatest" to friends and admirers worldwide. The boxing champ basked in chants of "Ali! Ali!" as hundreds of supporters cheered him on Saturday night with a hearty rendering of "Happy Birthday" during his 70th birthday celebration in his Kentucky hometown. Never mind that Ali actually turns 70 years old on Tuesday: the private party in his hometown is the first of five planned in the next few months. As party-goers mingled in a lobby of the Muhammad Ali Center before ... more→

Mass grave reveals 1996 Libyan massacre

A bone wrapped with rope and skull fragments scattered over a cactus-covered desert field are grim testament to a 1996 massacre of more than 1,200 prisoners by Muammar Qaddafi's regime. Libyan officials announced Sunday they have found the site of a mass grave believed to hold the remains of the victims after capturing former security guards who revealed its location as well as receiving witness accounts. Excavation has not begun in the field outside the white walls of the notorious Abu Salim prison, although several bone fragments ... more→