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The Truth Seeker – Part V

This is the last piece of the Ole Dammegård article series which seems to have upset quite a few, to the degree our English Editor was attacked at the office, in late evening, instructed to not ask more questions. Mysterious accidents and deaths seem to follow in the trace of those who pursue research about the assassinations of Olof Palme or John More...

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By Marie E Grusell On Saturday, January 4th, 2020
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The Truth Seeker – Article Series Part IV

Due to the sensitive nature of the content of this article, two men in black clothes wearing balaclavas attacked our English Editor at the office of the Mena Magazine late on the 29th of October, delivering the More...

By Sara El-Zelit On Monday, December 30th, 2019
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Emirati Messaging App Exposed as Spying Tool

The newly introduced messaging App, ToTok, created by the UEA and downloaded by millions of users worldwide is being used by the Emirates’ government “to track every conversation, movement, relationship, More...

By Marie E Grusell On Sunday, December 8th, 2019
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The Truth Seeker – Part III

A former journalist and investigator Ole Dammegård has dedicated the last 35 years of his life to researching many of the Global conspiracies. His main focus has been the truth behind the assassinations of JFK, More...

By Marie E Grusell On Friday, November 29th, 2019
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The Truth Seeker – Article Series Part II

Due to the sensitive nature of the content of this article, two men in black clothes wearing balaclavas attacked our English Editor at the office of Mena Tidningen late on the 29th of October, delivering the message: More...

By Marie E Grusell On Thursday, November 21st, 2019
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The Truth Seeker – Article Series Part I

Due to the sensitive nature of the content of this article, two men in black clothes wearing balaclavas attacked our English Editor at the office of Mena Tidningen late on the 29th of October, delivering the message: More...

By Sara El-Zelit On Monday, November 11th, 2019
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Artefacts returned to Afghanistan

Officers from the Met’s Art and Antiques Unit attended the British Museum on 6 November to celebrate the return of ancient stolen artefacts back to their home in Afghanistan. In September 2002, two wooden crates More...

By Alma Bydén On Thursday, September 26th, 2019
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International Recognition for Saudi Development Efforts in Yemen

This week the Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen(SDRPY) is holding a special exhibition on the sidelines of the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York to introduce More...

By Sara El-Zelit On Thursday, September 12th, 2019
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Horse bite victim faces 5 years in UAE jail for requesting unpaid wages

American Nichole Coffel is facing a possible jail term in Abu Dhabi because she asked for her unpaid wages and compensation for medical bills after her employer’s horse bit her. Instead of paying Nichole what More...

By Marie E Grusell On Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019
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Cat City – the first in a series of my personal experience in Cairo

It was 2014 and I was living on the 12th floor in a high rise building in Cairo on my own. The landlord was a doctor who was in charge of one of the big hospitals in the city; he had the pent house. My landlady More...