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‘In Cuba, my books fall apart and vanish’

Top novelist Leonardo Padura talks with Vanessa Baird on why his books disappear in Cuba, and his hopes and fears for the country’s future.

Filed in: Cuba, Culture, Fiction and Politics

The truth behind Cambodia’s inequalities

David Nathan looks at a country where gold BMWs are parked next to families living in cardboard houses.

Filed in: Cambodia, Economics, Equality and Poverty

Enabling Romania, one step at a time

The country’s poor record for dealing with disability must change, says Stephen McGrath.

Filed in: Romania

Corporations at the very heart of power

Owen Jones on élites, cronyism and what we can do to change Britain’s current predicament.

Filed in: Class and United Kingdom

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Thailand’s youth asked to cyber-spy for the state

Not satisfied with its crackdown on internet freedom, the junta has new plans to increase its control, reveals David Nathan.

Filed in: Human Rights, Internet, Politics and Thailand

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Students, why not be your own landlord?

A student co-op in Edinburgh is breaking the landlord’s monopoly.

Filed in: Co-operatives and Scotland

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Who would ask for a bride’s immigration documents?

A group of filmmakers came up with a clever way to help smuggle five refugees to safety. Co-director Gabriele del Grande explains how On the Bride’s Side came to be.

Filed in: Film, Italy, Migration, Refugees and Sweden

Britain’s kids with guns

Should the British Army still enlist kids? asks Matteo Congregalli.

Filed in: Military and United Kingdom

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Fighting Ebola on the frontline

Dr Oliver Johnson tells Gabriella Jóźwiak about the current crisis and the long-term prognosis for Sierra Leone’s health system.

Filed in: Africa, Health, NGOs and Sierra Leone

Fishing for justice in Brazil

Lydia James talks to Brazilian fisher and human rights defender Alexandre Anderson de Souza.

Filed in: Brazil, Corporations and Human Rights

The Spanish town where people come before profit

Jen Wilton and Liam Barrington-Bush explore Marinaleda, Spain’s communist utopia.

Filed in: Co-operatives and Spain

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