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– Film review: 5 broken cameras
– Girls and boys being disorderly together – doing the Harlem Shake in Tunisia and Egypt
(AWTWNS 4 March 2013)

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The global rush to grab land and other resources
(AWTWNS 25 February 2013)

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– Why France intervened in Mali and why it can only be bad for the Malian people
– Tunisia at an impasse
(AWTWNS 11 and 18 February 2013)

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Egypt two years after Mubarak (AWTWNS 4 February 2013)

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Outpourings of grief and rage at funeral of three murdered Kurdish women activists (AWTWNS 28 January 2013)

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Syria: Some serious problems to be solved
(AWTWNS 21 January 2013)

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Argo: a really bad “good” film (AWTWNS 14 January 2013)

The AWTWNS packet for the week of 14 January 2013 contains one article. It may be reproduced or used in any way, in whole or in part, as long as it is credited. To subscribe or for back issues, go to www.aworldtowin.org or http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/AWorldToWinNewsService/ Write to us; send us information, comments, criticisms, suggestions and articles: aworldtowinns@yahoo.co.uk ——————————————— Argo: a really… Read more »

India: “Why did it need an incident so unspeakably brutal to trigger outrage?” (AWTWNS 7 January 2013)

The AWTWNS packet for the week of 7 January 2013 contains one article. It may be reproduced or used in any way, in whole or in part, as long as it is credited. To subscribe or for back issues, go to www.aworldtowin.org or http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/AWorldToWinNewsService/ Write to us; send us information, comments, criticisms, suggestions and articles: aworldtowinns@yahoo.co.uk ——————————————— India: “Why did… Read more »