More than 44,000 years ago, the two most prominent things found in the Northern Territory of Australia: man and sea-cucumbers. Only about half a century ago did contact with other populations begin, and it was …
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We’ve run stories about the longest sea voyage in history, living on a farm in Tuscany and kidnappings in Libya. We don’t publish reviews of spas or shopping centers or “Top 10 Vacation Getaways.” The magazine is published digitally so we can distribute globally, across borders and cultures, instantaneously.
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John Kane and Mike Boushee find UFOs in Mexico, René Georg Vasicek gets lost on the L.I.E., John Byorth watches the Syrian civil war from Lebanon, Michael Cirelli discovers home in Brazil, Elizabeth Rush rides to Alaska, Jennifer Maravillas makes maps and much more…
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