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Meles Zenawi - where did it all go wrong?

A profile of the former guerilla leader turned tyrant, Ethiopian Prime Minister Zenawi, who died today after 21 years in power…

  • Tue Aug 21 13:22:00 2012
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Past occupations: What’s going on with Occupy in the US?

Tim Gee witnesses a move from symbolic action to grassroots solidarity work.…

  • Mon Jul 30 05:01:00 2012
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Soldiers, security and sleeping in sheds – London's Olympic reality

Tim Gee, erstwhile resident of east London, on the unpalatable truth.…

  • Wed Jun 20 06:12:00 2012
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Camouflaging Burkina Faso’s past

As President Blaise Compaore is granted immunity for previous crimes, Virgil Hawkins looks back at Burkina Faso’s recent turbulenthistory.…

  • Fri Jun 15 11:48:00 2012
  • Rank: 100

Ex-Israeli soldier intent on Palestinian citizenship

A former Israeli military programmer, fed up with Israel’s human rights violations in Palestine, is trying to renounce his Israeli nationality, reports Nick Harvey.…

  • Wed Jun 13 09:57:00 2012
  • Rank: 100

Pass the sick bag, it's Jubilee time

The plans for this summer's Diamond Jubilee celebrations and Olympics are making Alan Hughes feel quite nauseous.…

  • Mon May 21 12:11:00 2012
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‘I was the fall guy’: Julian Assange in his own words

The Wikileaks founder on state surveillance, media scrutiny and the Cablegate affair.…

  • Sun Apr 1 06:23:00 2012
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‘The victims need to be the subject of a campaign, not Kony’

Kony 2012 went uber-viral but how do those affected feel about it? Georgiana Keate speaks to Victor Ochen, who screened the film in Uganda.…

  • Fri Mar 16 10:44:00 2012
  • Rank: 100

Olympic sex-trafficking myth creates climate of fear

Fears of a flood of sex workers entering London are creating extreme unease despite little evidence to back this up, says Giedre Steikunaite.…

  • Wed Feb 1 04:27:00 2012
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Fraud, rebellion and the decline of Putinism

Allegations of ballot stuffing in this year’s Duma elections have sparked the biggest protests in Russia in almost two decades…

  • Sat Dec 17 11:43:00 2011
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