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What an amazing report and photography.
What is the point of returning dead bodies ? Suppose I die in Timbucktoo or the south pole, bringing me back would incur heavy expense leaving fewer millions for my family to inherit.
Besides dead bodies are likely to stink. In general, visiting a graveyard is no fun. Surely its better to just leave them wherever they expired.
I would choose Timbuktu, In spite of your bad smell which at that point would hardly incommodate you, but in your last hours you could learn something.
Di (amina046) said:
When people refer to the ends of the earth, they invariably mention Timbuktu. The fabled West African city on the cusp of the Sahara has a mystique that has lasted for centuries.
I thought we'd destroyed that too? Plunged the area into chaos and suffering when we tricked Russia into accepting UN resolution to "protect civilians" in Libya but went on to do precisely the opposite.