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The international community must act
There seems to be little chance of Lebanon's agony coming to an end since the international community is doing nothing to stop Israel from terrorising the people living across its northern border. The United States, the country that can most ...

India: dangerous for children?
A recent poll, which was part of a Reuters AlertNet campaign to focus on neglected humanitarian crises, names India as the sixth most dangerous place on earth — for children. It suggests they are more at risk here than in conflict-ridden ...

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Blame it on the Third World
By Hasan Suroor

Many in the West find it convenient to see their problems as the result of "contamination" by the Third World. Such commentaries sound patronising, even racist.

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From medicine man to murderer
By Praveen Swami

Abdul Karim Tunda's extraordinary journey offers deep insight into the factors behind the Lashkar-e-Taiba's growth in India.

Both sides have badly miscalculated
By Jonathan Steele

Miscalculations by Israel and Hizbollah have weakened Lebanon's fragile unity. A ceasefire is needed immediately.

Exhibition inspires organ donation
AS CHINA'S medical sciences continue to make great leaps forward in saving lives with modern surgery techniques, physicians are being held back by a lack of transplant organs. It is the fault of old traditions that require the body of the dead to ...

Corrections and clarifications
* "Celebrating football" (Young World, July 21, 2006, page 5) was a piece on the first circular miniature sheet produced by Australia Post to coincide with the recent FIFA World Cup tournament. (It is a set of four stamps in a miniature sheet ...

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