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Baggage carousel ads at China’s airports

Former dull, grey baggage carousels at Beijing airport in China are now adorned in colourful advertising as it embraces consumerism. The airport has 15 baggage carousels and traffics 48 million visitors annually. Then it occurred to me that this would be the perfect platform at airports to display posters of children who have been abducted and could be flown out of the country. What do you...
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Will movie smoking ban be kiss of box-office death?

There was a time when it was considered cool to smoke in films, but now it is to be censored along the same lines as sex, violence and swearing – suitable only for over 18s in America where it will be R-rated. As the non-smoking film maker Marshall Merskovitz points out,  the world is filled with terrible things that can influence children, but should every terrible thing...
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The missing – Louis Mackerley

Louis Anthony Mackerley looks a fine young man in the latest picture produced by age progression techniques, an invaluable tool used for missing people searches. Louis hasn’t been seen since June 1984 when he was seven after returning home from school in Allentown, Pennsylvania and telling his babysitter he was going to play with some friends two doors down from his home. Louis never...
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