Category: How It Was Done

Forty years after Israel’s bombing of Iraq’s nuclear facility, there is still no Arab state with an atomic bomb. Does this prove the raid was justified?

7 June 2021 By Paul Martin

A sign on the desert road south of Baghdad, curiously in English not Arabic, pointed to what it described as an “Engineering Factory”. It was the only hint that there was something unusual to be found just off the beaten track. Until days before, this “Engineering factory” had been nothing less than Saddam Hussein’s project […]

Recent references to Correspondent.World appear in three articles in a major British newspaper.

23 December 2020 By Paul Martin

Paul Martin 20 Dec 2020, 6:00amRevealed: How the FBI tracked down second Lockerbie suspect nicknamed ‘The Ghost’ 05 Dec 2020, 5:00pmLockerbie bombing key witness had history of ‘making up stories’, says CIA handler 20 Jun 2020, 5:00pmMysterious Covid-linked disease ‘no longer expected to be fatal’ in children after treatment breakthrou

He used his creative imagination to bring Chopin back from beyond the grave. Pianist Alan Kogosowski completes and plays a concerto that Chopin did not finish: his Concerto Number 3.

1 October 2020 By Paul Martin

Alan Kogosowski has brought the magic of Frederic Chopin back from beyond the grave. The Australian pianist completed a unique version of the Austrian composer’s long-delayed and ultimately unfinished Third Piano Concerto in A major, Opus 46. He has now done its final revision. Correspondent.world accompanied Kogosowshi to Paris where he drew new inspiration by visiting […]