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No peaceful night's sleep for Jonathan Fryer when he stays in a community in Benin where people live in stilt houses above a lake; the Sri Lankan government has emphasised its commitment to reconciliation after the civil war but Charles Haviland says there are questions to be asked about people being abducted or simply disappearing; Rupert Wingfield-Hayes has been testing opinions in Gaza City after a week of violence between militants there and the Israeli security forces; contemporary art's being allowed into the Kremlin for the first time -Rosie Goldsmith's been to take a look and ponder the ramifications for the Russian art world; and Olaf Furniss wonders what'll happen to the extraordinary specialist shops in Mexico's old city centre now the redevelopers are moving in.

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Thu 15 Mar 2012 11:00
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