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Reasons to be cheerful

A refugee running for president; Uruguay wins against Philip Morris; US ends private prisons.

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Dam fine victory in Brazil

Dam fine victory in Brazil

How the Mundukuru people won their battle to cancel plans for a massive new dam in the Amazon.

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Bangladesh's smashing pumpkins

Bangladesh's smashing pumpkins

Bangladeshi farmers employ a new tool in their struggle against poverty and climate change... pumpkins. Kelsi Farrington reports.

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Life in limbo in Israel

Life in limbo in Israel

Inside the Holot Detention Facility, where Israel keeps Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers captive, by Megan Hanna.

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Windows on the world

Windows on the world

New Internationalist’s featured world fiction titles

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Street art in Oaxaca city centre showing President Peña Nieto shooting a high-calibre weapon.Photo: María De Vecchi Gerli

Mexican teachers fight on

Federal police use firearms on protesting dissident teachers organizing a blockade, killing eight and injuring over 100. By María De Vecchi Gerli and Jen Wilton.

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Illustration: Eleanor Taylor

The Lake Retba Murder (Le Meurtre au Lac Rose)

Roberto comes across a body in the lake and feels compelled to investigate – but all his lover Mireille seems to want is sex. Written by Efemia Chela.

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Pride under pressure in Uganda

Pride under pressure in Uganda

The Ugandan LGBT community is under shock after police raided the Ugandan Pride Week, reports Jess Worth.

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Fat

A young South Korean‘s attempts to avoid conscription by becoming obese cause uproar in his family. Written by Krys Lee.

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Introducing Theresa May

What to expect from the United Kingdom's new Prime Minister: tough times for the environment, some elitism and clashes with Scotland. By Richard Swift.

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In The Garden

A eunuch scribe at the ancient Egyptian court in Alexandria witnesses a pivotal moment in the life of his young princess, Cleopatra. Written by FT Kola.

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Cornish resurgence

Cornish resurgence

The UK government has cut funds to Kernewek, the Cornish language, but residents are fighting back. Amy Hall reports.

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Trouble in the pipeline

Trouble in the pipeline

Bringing gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, the Southern Gas Corridor would fortify Baku's autocratic regime, says Ido Liven.

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Land defenders step up in Burma

Caught between a growing economy and the peace process, farmers' land rights are being left behind, writes Erin Kildride.

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Illustration: Jackie Morris

Ghosts

The suicide of a Cuban immigrant to Florida calls up all kinds of phantoms for Anna, herself a migrant from the Czech Republic. By Ana Menéndez.

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Reasons to be cheerful

A refugee running for president; Uruguay wins against Philip Morris; US ends private prisons.

October, 2016 496 Buy
Dam fine victory in Brazil

How the Mundukuru people won their battle to cancel plans for a massive new dam in the Amazon.

Jess Worth October, 2016 496 Buy
Bangladesh's smashing pumpkins

Bangladeshi farmers employ a new tool in their struggle against poverty and climate change... pumpkins. Kelsi Farrington reports.

Kelsi Farrington October, 2016 496 Buy
Life in limbo in Israel

Inside the Holot Detention Facility, where Israel keeps Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers captive, by Megan Hanna.

Megan Hanna October, 2016 496 Buy
Windows on the world

New Internationalist’s featured world fiction titles

October, 2016 496 Buy
Mexican teachers fight on

Federal police use firearms on protesting dissident teachers organizing a blockade, killing eight and injuring over 100. By María De Vecchi Gerli and Jen Wilton.

María De Vecchi Gerli, Jen Wilton October, 2016 496 Buy
The Lake Retba Murder (Le Meurtre au Lac Rose)

Roberto comes across a body in the lake and feels compelled to investigate – but all his lover Mireille seems to want is sex. Written by Efemia Chela.

Efemia Chela October, 2016 496 Buy
Pride under pressure in Uganda

The Ugandan LGBT community is under shock after police raided the Ugandan Pride Week, reports Jess Worth.

Jess Worth October, 2016 496 Buy
Fat

A young South Korean‘s attempts to avoid conscription by becoming obese cause uproar in his family. Written by Krys Lee.

Krys Lee October, 2016 496 Buy
Introducing Theresa May

What to expect from the United Kingdom's new Prime Minister: tough times for the environment, some elitism and clashes with Scotland. By Richard Swift.

October, 2016 496 Buy
In The Garden

A eunuch scribe at the ancient Egyptian court in Alexandria witnesses a pivotal moment in the life of his young princess, Cleopatra. Written by FT Kola.

FT Kola October, 2016 496 Buy
Cornish resurgence

The UK government has cut funds to Kernewek, the Cornish language, but residents are fighting back. Amy Hall reports.

Amy Hall October, 2016 496 Buy
Trouble in the pipeline

Bringing gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, the Southern Gas Corridor would fortify Baku's autocratic regime, says Ido Liven.

Ido Liven October, 2016 496 Buy
Land defenders step up in Burma

Caught between a growing economy and the peace process, farmers' land rights are being left behind, writes Erin Kildride.

Erin Kilbride October, 2016 496 Buy
Ghosts

The suicide of a Cuban immigrant to Florida calls up all kinds of phantoms for Anna, herself a migrant from the Czech Republic. By Ana Menéndez.

Ana Menéndez October, 2016 496 Buy