facebook
twitter
rss
account
search
search
Headlines

Watchdog: Donations for Syrian refugees may go to terror groups

LONDON, Oct. 5 (UPI) -- A British watchdog group says much of the money given to help Syrian refugees may be funneled instead to terrorist groups.

Seattle tower climber apparently electrocuted

SEATTLE, May 4 (UPI) -- A man who climbed up a 200-foot transmission tower in Seattle was killed when he touched a 120,000-volt line and fell 50 feet to a platform, authorities said.

Old canned fish found in Canadian grocers

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 25 (UPI) -- Major grocers in Canada sell canned fish years past "best of" shelf life, although many say they check their products weekly, a CBC investigation found.

Testimony: Couple starved on stolen yacht

TRURO, England, July 23 (UPI) -- An English couple found dead on a stolen yacht off the African coast probably died of starvation and dehydration, witnesses at an inquest said Thursday.

Prosecutors to retry accused terrorists

LONDON, Sept. 10 (UPI) -- British prosecutors said Wednesday they will seek retrials of four men accused of plotting to destroy jetliners with liquid bombs.

No retrial decision yet in terror case

LONDON, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- British police were forced to make early arrests in an alleged airline bomb plot, leaving them with a weak case, a former counter-terrorism chief said Tuesday.

British police launch anti-terror campaign

LONDON, Feb. 25 (UPI) -- Police in England have launched a new counter-terrorism campaign aimed at encouraging the public to actively participate in reporting potential suspects.

British attack links are 'ever clearer'

EDINBURGH, Scotland, July 1 (UPI) -- Links connecting three attempted car bombings in London and Glasgow, Scotland, are becoming 'ever clearer,' Britain's top counter-terrorism official said.

Report: Bomb warning posted in chat room

LONDON, June 29 (UPI) -- A message threatening London with bombing was posted on an Islamist Web site hours before a Mercedes loaded with explosives was left outside a nightclub.

Second car bomb was towed to garage

LONDON, June 29 (UPI) -- A second explosives-laden car was found illegally parked early Friday, ticketed and towed to an underground parking garage in London.

Blair denounces media leaks

LONDON, April 26 (UPI) -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair denounced leaks of sensitive security information to the press but said he will not start an inquiry.

London bombers wanted tourist attractions

LONDON, April 6 (UPI) -- British authorities allege the July 2005 subway bombers wanted to attack popular tourist attractions in London including Big Ben and the London Eye.

Bodies found on boat may be fugitives

LONDON, Sept. 22 (UPI) -- Investigators believe two people found dead on a boat off the coast of Senegal are a British couple wanted for stealing a yacht in Cornwall.

Britain charges 11 in air bombing plot

LONDON, Aug. 21 (UPI) -- British police Monday charged eight people being held on suspicion of plotting bomb attacks on airplanes and said they had evidence supporting the plot.

London alert: Fears of third terror cell

LONDON, Aug. 1 (UPI) -- London is on high alert after warnings a third terror cell may be planning to unleash further attacks on the British capital.
Prev
Page 1 of 2
Wiki

Peter Clarke (b. 1929 in Simons Town, South Africa) is a highly accomplished and versatile visual South African artist, working across a broad spectrum of media. But he also has a literary side as an internationally acclaimed writer and poet. Of these three roles, he jokes: "Had I been triplets, it would have made it much easier because each could have his own job... There are times when I go through a writing phase and there are times for phases of picture-making but there is never a dull moment."

Clarke is best known for his graphic prints, particularly his woodcuts, and more recently he has moved into collage. He also uses leather, glass, found objects and other mixed media to produce his colourful work.

Clarke's artistic career spans many decades and he has unsurprisingly produced a large number of works and appeared in many exhibitions. Nevertheless, commentators generally feel that despite this experience and exposure, his work is not given the full recognition it deserves.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.
It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Peter Clarke."
Most Popular
1
Madeleine McCann report finds authorities hindered investigation
2
Brittany Murphy's dad slams 'hideous' Lifetime biopic about his late daughter
3
Obama approval rating hits record low in blue California
4
At least 6 dead in Paris apartment explosion
5
Cutting carbs, not fat, key to weight loss and heart health
x
Feedback