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Weekly Magazine - 14 September 2017
Zimbabwe's stolen wealth
A trove of diamonds has disappeared into thin air. Reports suggest Mugabe’s regime had a big hand in the heist.
Our world this week
Today our entire nation grieves with you and with every family of those 2,977 innocent souls who were murdered by terrorists 16 years ago,” Donald Trump said on Monday, at an event commemorating the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
How humans make hurricanes worse
America is no stranger to hurricanes. But after Harvey and Irma, some say humans are making them more destructive.
Aung San Suu Kyi: Unwilling or unable?
Aung San Suu Kyi has faced a wave of criticism for her failure to condemn the persecution of the Rohingya. But how much power does she really have?
Al-Qaeda, 16 years after 9/11
With Islamic State on the backfoot, al-Qaeda is gearing up to become deadlier than ever.
Catalan separatists ‘play chicken’ with Madrid
The pro-independence Catalan government is determined to hold a controversial referendum. Could the tense mood turn sour?
Our picks from the international press
The Fight Over Women’s Basketball in Somalia
George Osborne's Revenge
An ex-Guantanamo detainee rebuilds his life in France
Chile: Forced to work for Pinochet
Why is Bulgaria's population falling off a cliff? - BBC News
The World’s First Permanent Nuclear-Waste Repository
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