Europe|EU Ministers Spar as Bloc's Promise of Free Movement Wavers – (curated as of interest to South African Naval Museum and Cape Town).
Some of the wealthy northern nations that are the preferred destinations of many migrants suggested that much of the solution should rest with their neighbors to the south, especially Greece, the main entry point into the European Union for refugees …
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Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj and his 1000-room palace in Rome – (curated as of interest to South African Naval Museum and Cape Town).
The 52-year-old, son of the Princess Orietta and British naval officer Frank Pogson, has the slightly old-fashioned turn of phrase of a Norfolk country gentleman. He refers to “oneself”. It is not easy to imagine him running a Venezuelan beach bar, as …
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British Museum remains the UK's most popular tourist attraction as London tops … – (curated as of interest to South African Naval Museum and Cape Town).
The launch of Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, Ai Weiwei's exhibit at the Royal Academy, the AHOY! children's gallery at the National Maritime Museum and Audrey Hepburn: Portraits Of An Icon at the National …
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Trouble in paradise: Lord Howe Island divided over plan to exterminate rats – (curated as of interest to South African Naval Museum and Cape Town).
Photograph: Samuel J Hood/Australian National Maritime Museum. But in 2001, based on a hunch, a team of scientists scaled a foreboding rocky outcrop 23km south-west of the island called Ball's Pyramid, where it was unlikely rats had colonised.
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Ruta Sepetys on 'Salt to the Sea,' sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff – (curated as of interest to South African Naval Museum and Cape Town).
The sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff, with its vast loss of life, provides the plot for "Salt to the Sea" by Ruta Sepetys, a story of World War II refugees from several nations. (Magda Starowieyska photo / Philomel Books) …. There were an estimated 12 …
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