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Change in the air

A new model for microfinance is making waves in Pakistan.…

  • Tue Apr 13 07:48:00 2010
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Lagos up close… and open to interpretation

The media spotlight is currently on this megacity, but what’s the reality?…

  • Thu Apr 8 06:53:18 2010
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Ten days to save Neak Ta

Young Cambodian artists are being mentored as they explore the links between their traditional music and modern works – but they need our help.…

  • Thu Apr 8 05:19:00 2010
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A deadly decade

In the last 10 years, 67 journalists have been killed in Mexico, reports Hernán P Nadal.…

  • Wed Apr 7 08:37:33 2010
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Election blues... and reds and greens

This is not a General Election that any of us can approach with great enthusiasm, writes Chris Brazier.…

  • Tue Apr 6 11:35:57 2010
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We are sorry!

The apology that wasn’t – from Shell to the Niger Delta – highlights all that remains wrong in the troubled region.…

  • Thu Apr 1 08:48:12 2010
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KPFA Radio Interview

Have a listen to my interview with Berkeley's KPFA Radio on my recent trip to Baghdad, to research the May issue of New Internationalist - all about Iraq, 7 years after the invasion.…

  • Thu Apr 1 08:11:00 2010
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A dangerous profession

Journalists working in Pakistan face serious challenges – but their commitment is second to none.…

  • Thu Apr 1 07:32:46 2010
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Checkpoint 303 - crossing boundaries

The politically engaged group refer to their work as ‘Free tunes from the Occupied Territories’, as Louise Gray discovers.…

  • Wed Mar 31 04:50:00 2010
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