Capturing the world on film

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- SOSSUSVLEI, Namibia – Thanks to the opportunity I've had as an international correspondent for WorldNetDaily.com, I have had the privilege to travel to the four corners of the more…

Zimbabwe falls further
into anarchy

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- "This is a great victory against the white colonialists. Soon we will cleanse Namibia and then South Africa of all Europeans and whites." – A Namibian commenting on more…

America's vanquished
Tibetan allies

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- TINGRI, Tibet – Outside a small home that rests not far from the Rongphu Monastery, "Kenny" Lama shoveled snow and collected firewood before sitting down for tea with more…

Cambodia's 'pyramids'
under assault

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- SIEM REAP, Cambodia – While most visitors to the awesome "Pyramids of Asia" housed at Angkor Wat are inspired by the historical site, looters increasingly are pillaging the more…

Frozen foes

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- SAICHEN, India – The air is thin, the soldiers thinner. For the past 18 years, two ancient peoples – one Hindu, the other Muslim – have squared off more…

Indonesia's 50-year storm

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- NIAS, Sumatra – While Indonesia has suffered at the hands of outsiders at times during the last 50 years, it is the Islamic crackdown on the minority Christians more…

In search of the Yeti

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP, Nepal – Here in the foothills of the massive Himalayas lurks the legend of the Yeti, the local version of the famed Abominable Snowman: more…

Soldiers for hire

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- KATHMANDU, Nepal – Despite previous opposition to the establishment and use of private armies, the United Kingdom and United Nations are beginning to warm to the idea of more…

Britain's Himalayan mercenaries

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- POKHARA, Nepal – Ayo Gurkhali! It is an ancient battle cry that has terrified the enemies of the British Empire from the heady days of the East India more…

Nepal's royal bloodbath

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- KATHMANDU, Nepal – About the only thing the Nepalese people agree on about the royal massacre of last June is that no one believes the official explanation. It more…