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Issue 367 of New Internationalist

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May 2004

Wars for Africa's wealth


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The way back

Detainees return from Israel after 16 years, witnessed by Reem Haddad.

Resource Wars: the facts

Iqbal Hossain

A street-sweeper’s lot, photographed by Iqbal Hossain, with words by Faysal Ahmed Dadon from Bangladesh.

War Crimes

Médecins Sans Frontières medic Helen Clarkson finds sexual violence being used as a weapon of war in the Congo.


The looting of the Congo

Colette Braekman uncovers what lies at the heart of the world’s deadliest war.

The scramble for Africa

Katharine Ainger traces the connections between the Western World’s prosperity and Africa’s misery.


Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something.
Decolonization and us

Decolonization and us

Resisting the military dictatorship in Pakistan is a priority, writes Aasim Sajjad Akhtar, but that doesn’t mean taking refuge in...

Interview with Daud Sharifa Khanam

Indian villager Daud Sharifa Khanam’s dream is to build a mosque for women – with a female priest.


The NI Prize Crossword

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