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Burundi

A small landlocked state in central Africa, sandwiched between its vast neighbours Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi has suffered as much from ethnic conflict as its other (equally tiny) neighbour, Rwanda…

  • Sun Jul 1 03:53:00 2007
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World Guide 11th edition

World Guide 11th edition…

  • Mon Sep 14 01:54:00 2015
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Killer sting

*Sandhya Srinivasan* takes a closer look at the World Bank’s ‘success’ with malaria in India.…

  • Fri Dec 1 10:11:00 2006
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Whose Europe? Our Europe!

*Susan George* mounts a spirited defence of social Europe.…

  • Mon Oct 2 02:56:00 2006
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Uganda

Tourism of the more adventurous kind is increasingly common in Uganda – tracking mountain gorillas, or rafting on the Nile, but to many outsiders Uganda’s claim to fame is still little more than Idi Amin, the jovial but brutal dictator.…

  • Mon Oct 2 01:24:00 2006
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The Kick Inside

Too many mothers dying in childbirth – and the clinic that would have saved them if they could only have paid the fees.…

  • Tue May 2 01:49:00 2006
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Disability in the Majority World the facts

The Facts…

  • Tue Nov 1 05:40:00 2005
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Turning back the clock

The position of women in Central Asia is worsening.…

  • Mon Aug 1 13:37:00 2005
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The Kikuyu cradle

A journey through the country’s troubled past to visit Nancy’s 90-year-old mother.…

  • Wed Jun 1 06:48:00 2005
  • Rank: 100

Acute Phase

Hospital visits reveal the brain-drain of nurses and a deepening crisis in Africa’s health provision…

  • Wed Jun 1 06:23:00 2005
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