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Mark Schuller, an expert on the relief effort after Haiti's 2010 earthquake, talks about the positive and...

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Haiti is not just recovering from the
earthquake but from the political and
economic interventions of recent...

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More than $10 billion was raised worldwide for Haiti after the earthquake. But, two years on, what have NGOs done with the...

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A cartoon introduction to life in the camps in and around Port-au-Prince.

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

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Despite the Fukushima disaster, the Japanese government seems wedded to its nuclear vision. Outspoken politician Kono Taro has...

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Do we really want an Olympics sponsored by one of the world’s most unethical and controversial companies? Lorraine...

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

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

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Wayward warheads, mid-air collisions and dangerous detonations.

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

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

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

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With more than three million of its people now at risk of starvation, Niger has become the third African country to...

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The aftermath and implications of the Asian tsunami. Includes: the Burmese migrant workers who were forgotten victims; caste...

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