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Weekly Magazine - 16 March 2017
WikiLeaks: Hero or villain?
Did Julian Assange and Vladimir Putin conspire to put Donald Trump in the White House?
Dispatch from northern Iraq
As Iraqi forces push deeper into western Mosul, Islamic State’s last urban stronghold in the country, more and more people are fleeing its reign of terror.
South Korea waves goodbye to Park
And says hello to Moon Jae-in, the liberal who wants to reunify with North Korea and is leading the polls ahead of a snap presidential election.
The West Balkans: ‘A pan full of oil’
Local strife meets great power rivalry in the countries which used to make up Yugoslavia.
Mexico’s Silicon Valley lands a Trump-sized windfall
Where next for Chávez's Bolivarian Revolution?
Trump’s climate cuts meet fresh-faced resistance
Wilders vanquished, but is populism really at bay?
In Uttar Pradesh, Modi’s money bonfire fails to dent his mojo
Heroes, martyrs and Peppa Pig: China wages a war on words
Violence and visas: Aid workers struggle in famine-struck South Sudan
A frail Buhari returns to a revived Nigeria
In the emergency ward: Kenyan healthcare
2016 was the worst year on record for Syria’s children
A carnival of colour
Men gleefully delve their hands deep into a bag of paint, preparing to pelt each other amidst the plumes of smoke and powdered chaos of the Holi festival celebrations in the Govind Dev Ji temple in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Boko Haram captives released in Cameroon
Afghan forces free dozens of people imprisoned by the Taliban
Is RT Kremlin propaganda, or an alternative to the mainstream media?
When RT announced last week its UK bank accounts were being closed by NatWest, calling the move an attack on free speech, it once again brought to the fore the debate over the Russian state-funded international broadcaster’s role in the world. Critics charge RT as being a Kremlin propaganda tool, a sharper, more sophisticated instrument in the global information war used to penetrate Western society in a way never possible during the Cold [...]
Baking DNA: How scientists are creating life in a lab
Intention deficit disorder: Could brain scanners solve crimes?
Supermassive black holes have a super-mysterious origin
Our picks from the international press
The Zambian “Afronaut” Who Wanted to Join the Space Race
Gangster's Paradise: Assad's Control Erodes as Warlords Gain Upper Hand - SPIEGEL ONLINE - International
Kellyanne’s Alternative Universe
Why Is China So … Uncool?
Like, share, tweet: social media meets the Russian Revolution
How Fukushima gave rise to a new anti-racism movement
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