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Tuesday, January 04, 2005
THE U.N. MUST LEAD
THE SCALE OF the tsunami catastrophe in Indonesia and Sri Lanka has just emerged. Estimates of the death toll in Indonesia are fast approaching the 100,000 mark while Sri Lanka has confirmed at least 40,000 deaths. Many parts of South East Asia ...
VIKTOR YANUKOVICH'S DECISION to resign as the Prime Minister of Ukraine after his defeat in the repeat presidential election brings the political uncertainty in the former Soviet republic a step closer to resolution. Mr. Yanukovich disputes the ...
Leader Page Articles
Information: an inviolable right
By Nirmala Lakshman
Despite the fact that there are serious attempts to muzzle the right to information by the ruling elite and powerful vested interests through the tabling of an ineffective Bill, the tide of civil resistance cannot be stemmed for long.
To go or not to go is the question
By Joanne O'Connor, Beverley Fearis, Linsey McNeill, Alex Bellos and Carl Wilkinson
As the extent of the devastation wreaked by the tsunami unfolds, many are having to decide whether going ahead with planned holidays will help or hinder the local people.
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