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Third time's a dud

Third time's a dud

By Priya Abraham
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Movies | Once upon a time Shrek's fairy tale genre was fresh

Lawyered over

Lawyered over

By Priya Abraham
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Vietnam | Lead human-rights attorney in Vietnam gets his own day in court, while U.S. diplomats deliberate on the finer points of defining religious persecution

Ready for 'rupture?'

Ready for 'rupture?'

By Priya Abraham
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France | Nicolas Sarkozy will lead a country perhaps not prepped for his kind of change

Where poppies grow

Where poppies grow

By Priya Abraham
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With renewed fighting, Afghanistan's opium trade-the largest in the world-is a persistent block to security and development

Death by visitation

Death by visitation

By Priya Abraham
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China | A harrowing firsthand account of forced abortion leaks out of Guangxi Province as Chinese officials command over 60 procedures in 24 hours

Cruel and unusual punishment

Cruel and unusual punishment

By Priya Abraham
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National | A rare glimpse into remote North Korea uncovers new stories on persecution-300 people a year killed for their faith-amid an unbending communist regime

Slow transition

Slow transition

By Priya Abraham
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Horn of Africa | Despite recent gains, Somalis have learned that change takes time-lots of time

Three's a crowd

Three's a crowd

By Priya Abraham
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France | A trio of French candidates vie for power, but none would bring the major reforms needed

Nigeria nightmare?

Nigeria nightmare?

By Priya Abraham
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Africa | Intimidation, corruption, and religious divisions challenge hopes for peaceful change

Alone again

Alone again

By Priya Abraham
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Zimbabwe | Isolated by the West and the world, Robert Mugabe maintains his grip on a desperate and fearful nation

Identity search

By Priya Abraham
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Identity search | The Namesake shows what happens when identities blur and obscure

Gardening and garbage

Gardening and garbage

By Priya Abraham
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Special Issue | Rapid and unplanned growth means a basic problem for cities like Lusaka: Who will take out the trash?

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