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Kabul Korrespondence

Fresh, factual, and funky view of Afghanistan and the surrounding Central Asian region

Must see

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Its happening again, please dont turn a blind eye:

Killing People by Police.mp4

posted by Travis, 12:06 am | link | 0 comments |

A dead end job

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Reporters Without Borders

Global Round-Up 2009

30 December 2009

76 journalists killed (60 in 2008)
33 journalists kidnapped
573 journalists arrested
1456 physically assaulted
570 media censored
157 journalists fled their countries
1 blogger died in prison
151 bloggers and cyber-dissidents arrested
61 physically assaulted
60 countries affected by online censorship

Full report in Persan: http://www.rsf-persan.org/article16843.html
Full report in English: http://www.rsf.org/IMG/pdf/Bilan_2009_GB_BD.pdf
posted by Travis, 6:47 pm | link | 4 comments |

David and Goliath

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Here is the link to the last story I worked on for 2009.


Looking forward to bringing you more in 2010

posted by Travis, 3:13 pm | link | 4 comments |


Monday, December 14, 2009

I went down to Southern Sudan to scope work for next year. Met some awesome people, secured some work and learnt a lot about the current political climate of Sudan.

Looking forward to bringing you some stories and maybe a KKMC chapter out of Southern Sudan....
posted by Travis, 4:06 pm | link | 4 comments |

KKMC in Kenya

I just got back from an awesome trip to Africa.
KKMC is forming a chapter in Kenya.
The NKMC.......The Nairobi Knights.
Fellow founding member of KKMC: Dave Richards is gong to open a chapter in Kenya and encourage KKMC members to come down for tours.

check it out:

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While on reccy mission in Africa, I popped over to Ethiopia for a sneak peak. I was pleasantly surprised by the place: great food [both Ethiopian and Italian influenced. Chilled people and inner city [Piazza]. Exotic cultural mix of rasta/afro/euro/horno-africa.

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Inspiring generations to come

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Dont know if anyone noticed, but there has been little activity on my blog for the last couple of weeks. Thats because Im on the road, traveling. Just left Southern Sudan [amazing] and now in Ethiopia [just as cool]. Next stop Yemen. When i get some free time Ill post some pics for yaz.

posted by Travis, 1:38 pm | link | 4 comments |