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First the good news. The rate of world population growth,already below two per cent a year, is going to keep going...

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The Zaire Government has taken Milton Friedman's fashionable ideas on monetarism to a crude extreme. It has tried...

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Issue editor *Peter Adamson* on why the value of the condom, loop and pill rests not in reducing the quantity of people but in...

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A global look at life expectancy and what influences people's chance of survival.

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Three villages, three different views on family planning.

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*Anuradha Vittachi* on why the consumption explosion makes a bigger bang than the 'population bomb'.

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Nearly a million women became pregnant today. What happens to them:-

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*Wayne Ellwood* looks at the Cuban exodus from the point of view of those who stayed behind.

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During Indira Gandhi's 'Emergency Rule', *Rukmini Prasad* was sterilised against her will. Four years later, she gives this...

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We of the less privileged countries, notwithstanding our own problems and taking an interdependent view of the...

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*J.B. D'Souza* puts forward his plans for making big cities fit to live in.

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Report by *Debbie Taylor*.

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*Bob Hawkins* reports from Singapore - where sterilisation laws sail close to compulsion.

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On this day, 300,000 women had a baby, and 120,000 had an abortion. What such figures add up to is the need for family...

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The North's eagerness to develop the South has left many sections of Third World communities untouched. Thousands...

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Along the Colombian and Venezuelan borders of Brazil, where neither agri-business nor peasant farmers have had...

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