Apologies if everyone has seen it already, but there was a very good article by Philip Gourevitch on the background of Team Rwanda in The New Yorker last year. It is available online here:
Musanze, Rwanda (CNN) -- For Rwanda's national cycling team, survivors of its genocide, cycling is proving to have an unlikely healing power. Eighteen years after the Hutu-Tutsi conflict that claimed an estimated 800,000 lives, Team Rwanda is now gaining international recognition, and one member will compete at this year's summer Olympics.
Having only drunk one (1) coffee today, I don't think I'm yet psychologically prepared for this video.Woman charged with having sex with skeleton / A 37-year-old Swedish woman pleaded not guilty to charges she engaged in sexual activities with a skeleton.
I sent this article to several higher-ups at my school today (with a google translation)--they like to say how they serve a good ¥100 breakfast to get students up, awake, and to school on the early side."Cycling or walking to school increases a child's ability to concentrate in the classroom, the results of a Danish study published Friday showed."