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New Internationalist

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Last profiled in 1991, Namibia’s now younger electorate is calling for jobs and land justice amid a Covid-19-induced recession.
Big Momma Carrie Lam is on a mission in Hong Kong.
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Indiscriminate hater Andrzej Duda divides Poland.
Richard Swift on Latin America’s first Muslim head of state.
(c) Kumail Rizvi
A data dive into global trends explores how rising malnourishment co-exists with overabundance and waste.
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Colombian technocrat Iván Duque Márquez is not exactly a fan of peace.
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Aung San Suu Kyi’s spectacular fall from human rights icon to genocide denier.
Locals are still not allowed back to their neighbourhood in Sur, ravaged by the Turkish army and PKK militants in 2015, then flattened by bulldozers. Sertac Kayar/Reuters
Five years after bombarding the historic neighbourhood of Sur, the Turkish state still wants to keep Kurdish residents out. But...

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