A first for asia - 2019 Rugby World Cup action

Excitement is already building around the world for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. For the first time the event will be held in the homeland of the team who caused one the biggest upsets in the sport’s history by defeating South Africa 34-32 in the 2015 World Cup in England. The odds of …

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Exploring the Dark Web

If you’ve watched any movie that involved hackers, chances are you’ve heard mention of the Deep or Dark Web. Perhaps you’ve even read about it in a spooky blog. It’s a scary, almost mythical place, far beyond the safety of your online Blackjack tables and Netflix, where unspeakable things can be found. You can visit …

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Juno alongside Jupiter

In Roman mythology, the god Jupiter, who was fond of mortal woman, would hide his misdeeds by wrapping himself in clouds. Every time, like a wife following her husband to the casino, the goddess Juno would unveil his guilty secrets by peeking through the clouds. Now life is repeating mythology as NASA’s Juno spacecraft uncovers …

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Yakuza tattoos can spell trouble in Japan

Getting a tattoo used to be an easy way to get some street cred. The worst that could happen was getting a design you might regret when you were older. Today, getting tattooed is a perfectly normal and socially acceptable thing to do. Whether you’re a chef, an investment banker, or a croupier in a …

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Jeffrey Epstein at Little St James

When wealthy 66-year-old money manager and accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein allegedly committed suicide in his jail cell on 10 August, he left many questions unanswered. Nobody knows for sure how Jeffrey Epstein made his money, but he had enough to buy properties across the world and establish a foundation that donated to Harvard University. …

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