Monthly Archives: November 2011

Our attitude towards religion

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“Independent” panel appointed by government

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Asylum seekers “tortured in Congo” after forcible repatriation from UK

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A black day for Egyptian democracy: parliamentary elections

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Eva Joly may be defenestrated by the French Green Party

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Ripe pickings for Western supermarket giants in India

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“The people have spoken – the bastards!”

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