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President parties while the Philippines mourns

Where is Benigno Aquino’s empathy for his people? asks Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Disasters Philippines Politics

Dow Chemicals and Lord Coe are wrapping London 2012 in shame

Do we really want an Olympics sponsored by one of the world’s most unethical and controversial companies? Lorraine Close and Jack Laurenson think not.

Filed in: Disasters

Who is to blame for the Somali famine?

Is it the US government? Is it Al Shabab? Is it the UN? Sally Healy argues it is the result of a collective failure.

Filed in: Disasters Hunger Somalia

After the floods... A North Frontier village makes a comeback

Merryl Wyn Davies visits a remote village in Northwest Frontier to find out how it is recovering from last year’s devastating floods.

Filed in: Disasters Pakistan

Prohibited items

Travelling through Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and the US, Eduardo Galeano is searched for ‘prohibited items’.

Filed in: Disasters Latin America Migration

The poverty of America

The disaster in New Orleans shows the US poor to be a world apart, believes Jeremy Seabrook.

Filed in: Disasters Poverty United States

Tsunami business

It could have been their finest hour. But Mari Marcel Thekaekara encountered bad behaviour by bingos after the tsunami in Tamil Nadu.

Filed in: Disasters NGOs

The waves that woke the world

The aftermath and implications of the Asian tsunami. Includes: the Burmese migrant workers who were forgotten victims; caste discrimination in India even amid the tsunami trauma; an NI reader on helping to identify bodies in Thailand.

Filed in: Disasters India Indonesia Thailand

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