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Why are Haitians still eating mud cakes?

Four years after the earthquake, Haiti remains a country in crisis…

  • Tue Jul 1 10:44:00 2014
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Talking about a (concrete) revolution

City gardeners and construction developers may be strange bed-fellows – but it’s a promising union, writes Wayne Roberts.…

  • Fri Oct 19 08:01:00 2012
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Suffer little children: five years of Gaza's blockade

In the month of the fifth anniversary of the land, sea and air siege of Palestinians, a report reveals it’s children who are most affected.…

  • Thu Jun 28 06:42:00 2012
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Letter from Cairo

Love can be tough amid the boredom and despair of a city slum, writes Maria Golia.…

  • Sat Oct 1 12:16:00 2011
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Fotokids: twenty years of tackling poverty with photography

An idea born in a landfill site has for two decades helped youngsters see the world through a different lens…

  • Tue Sep 27 04:02:00 2011
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Biofuels - the good, the bad and the ugly

From wood to algae, biofuels have been around for years…

  • Fri Jul 1 05:11:00 2011
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Blogging Gaza: border opening fails to soften siege

In the first of a four-part series, Eva Bartlett reports for the New Internationalist from the occupied Gaza Strip…

  • Thu Jun 23 09:58:00 2011
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  • Fri May 20 03:00:00 2011
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Not so hopeless after all

Marginally speaking: How women of Kalol fight for their rights - and win.…

  • Fri Feb 11 07:56:00 2011
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beach life

Ten days into the Tahdiya, or ‘Calm’ between Hamas and Israel,we haven’t seen anything change here inside Gaza…

  • Tue Jul 1 06:02:00 2008
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