Exoplanet revealed to be nothing but a large cloud of dust.
French Camel Corps, Tunisia, 1943. Photograph by Robert Capa. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos.
Rivalry & Feud
Volume XI, Number 4 | fall 2018
Afridi tribesmen agreed not to engage in traditional blood feuds on a road through the Khyber Pass after it was seized by the British Raj in 1879. One result, the writer E.F. Benson later reported, was that Afridis would travel through clandestine tunnels to the road to “smile at each other.” Then, “having taken the air,” he wrote, “they rabbit it into their fortresses again.”
Better a thousand enemies outside the house than one inside.—Arabic proverb
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