James Rippingale

Iraqi cuisine

This Supper Club Might Change Your Mind About Iraq

“Culture, art, music, history, heritage—that’s not at the forefront of people’s mind when we hear the word ‘Iraq.’”
James Rippingale
2.21.17
Stuff

How to Murder a Prize-Winning Dog and Get Away with It

Just pick a really famous dog who's recently competed in Britain's annual Crufts dog show. Hey, it worked last year.
James Rippingale
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3.12.16
Stuff

I Spent Night with the Paramedics Who Respond to London's Worst Stabbings and Shootings

I spent an evening with staff from London's Air Ambulance, the team tasked with treating the capital's most gravely wounded.
James Rippingale
1.27.16
Photo

Photos of People Who Got Rejected from Nightclubs This Weekend

We found the one club in London that will have no problem properly fucking up your evening.
James Rippingale
4.27.15
africa

Rwanda Versus the BBC: Broadcaster Faces Growing Storm Over Documentary's 'Genocide Denial'

A film offering a different version of the 1994 genocide has drawn the outrage of a nation, possible criminal charges and an international campaign. It is even being used as evidence by war crimes suspects.
James Rippingale
3.18.15
News

We Asked an Expert What Would Happen if the UK Accidentally Legalized Ecstasy

Would the economy benefit? What about public health? Would xenophobia stop because everyone would be too busy telling each other they're the best friend they've ever had?
James Rippingale
3.12.15
Stuff

A Conversation with the 'World's Most Controversial Jew'

I spoke to Rabbi Shmuley Boteach about anal sex, Israel's controversial nation-state bill, and his former pupil Michael Jackson.
James Rippingale
12.2.14
News

How to Beat the UK's Anti-Boozing Bracelets

If the Tories are re-elected next year, they're going to give judges the power to strap alcohol monitoring devices to people's ankles. Here's how the internet says you can beat the bracelets.
James Rippingale
11.19.14
News

London's Romanian Diaspora Mobilized to Stop Their Prime Minister from Becoming President

Thousands of ex-pat Romanians helped Klaus Iohannis defeat incumbent Victor-Viorel Ponta in an election that centered around accusations of widespread government corruption.
James Rippingale
11.18.14
News

An Army of Giant African Pouched Rats Are Clearing Mozambique's Minefields

Apopo, a Belgium-based NGO, trains rats to sniff out active land mines. So far, they've detected and cleared 6,693 land mines from rural areas of Mozambique, with an estimated 1.6 million square meters of Manica, Sofala, and Tete Provinces due to be...
James Rippingale
9.17.14
News

Are Moroccan Gangsters Being Paid to Beat Up Sub-Saharan Migrants?

Today, Tangier’s migrant population exist on the ragged edges of society, living mostly in the Boukhalef neighborhood, nine miles out from the city center, where they squat the area’s empty high rises.
James Rippingale
8.22.14
Europe

Syrian Refugees Are Being Held Indefinitely In a Spanish Enclave

Nearly 100 people fleeing the war are now stuck in the Spanish town of Ceuta, barred from entering Europe or returning home through Morocco.
James Rippingale
7.23.14
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