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An act of solidarity

You may have worn your red ribbon with pride last week, but 22 years after the first World AIDS Day was observed, the African response to the AIDS epidemic still leaves a lot to be desired.…

  • Wed Dec 8 05:19:00 2010
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Our last chance

As things stand, the vast majority of the Millennium Development Goals will not be achieved by the 2015 deadline…

  • Wed Sep 15 04:36:00 2010
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'Equal rights is not a reality'

Sian Griffiths talks to Sima Samar, once Afghanistan’s most powerful female politician and now a fervent women’s rights campaigner.…

  • Wed Aug 11 11:20:00 2010
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Zimbabwe’s refugees suffer as World Cup kicks off

Migrants escaping dire poverty find cold comfort in neighbouring South Africa, writes Olivia Ward.…

  • Wed Jun 16 06:35:00 2010
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What’s to celebrate?

The death of a journalist mars Cameroon’s 50th anniversary independence festivities…

  • Wed May 26 06:58:00 2010
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Toxic blocks

No-one said oil was clean…

  • Tue Jul 1 03:25:00 2008
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The price of defiance

Former political prisoners speak out.…

  • Fri May 2 02:38:00 2008
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Free Binayak Sen!

The arrest of a doctor who works with poor communities in central India, on trumped-up charges of associating with ‘terrorist’ Naxalites, has sparked worldwide protest…

  • Mon Sep 3 06:31:00 2007
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Powerloom prison

India’s textile industry is changing – and the workers are not the beneficiaries…

  • Sun Apr 1 11:12:00 2007
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Costing climate change

*George Monbiot* explains why action on climate change has to be driven by morality, not dollar estimates…

  • Fri Dec 1 13:48:00 2006
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