Issue 377 of New Internationalist
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Dolgion: 'Life is given only once'
Survival strategies from a sewage pit in icy Mongolia. Interview by Lutaa Badamkhand.
Jessa:'All that has happened, has happened already'
It's a common sight in Manila to see single male foreigners with young girls on their arms.
From Croydon to Cuba... An Anthology
From Croydon to Cuba - An Anthology by Kirsty MacColl
The Edukators by *Hans Weingartner*.
Rukshana: 'It's easy to fall in love, but very difficult to endure it'
Why boys are a pain for a Mumbai girl on the move. Interview in India by Dionne Bunsha.
Burma’s people have a rich variety of traditional costumes, corresponding to their dozens of ethnic groups, but their
United Nations of America?
NI editorial comment - United Nations of America?
Nicole:‘I’m out here for a reason; I’m not regretting it any more’
From panhandling to picking up on a lost education in Toronto, Canada. Interview by Noreen Shanahan.
In memoriam Archbishop Romero, murdered in El Salvador 25 years ago.
Fair trade for sale
Floating on the stock exchange; giving seals of approval to big corporations: what on earth is going on in the fair trade...