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Anti-Roma prejudice in Hungary and the legacy of Wounded Knee
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Stories on rebels in Syria and Jordan; Bhutan's violence; Israeli mores and Jamaican hair
Underseasoned truffles in Libya; a gourmet revolution for the British military.
Why are Iranians moving to Georgia? St Helena awaits a new airport
A university in exile in Lithuania; why dreadlocks aren't always appreciated in Jamaica
Memories of the way Syria used to be; Jordanian Salafists fighting in Syria.
We find out who's getting Canada's Liberals excited; and the Sami people of Norway.
Stories from Bamako, Marseille, and Hong Kong; and escapes to the River Trent and the Jura
What can a journey down the River Trent tell us about the currents of history in England?
Sufi shrines attacked in Tunisia and crossing a road in Vietnam.
Why the dead have their own estate agents in Hong Kong, and vigilante groups in Mexico.
What does the future hold for Afghanistan? And tackling domestic abuse in Bhutan.
Inaugural omens for Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi; an influx from the rural north in Bamako
French thieves, Ukrainian cats and the price of fish in Yemen.
Lorraine Mallinder on an island haunted by its past; Mick Webb in a city buffing its image
Two years on, what's the true toll of Fukushima? And why cosmetic surgery's so big in Cali
Meeting an ex-addict and prostitute turned HIV educator; exploring blunt Israeli manners
Is South Africa already in the post-Mandela era? And why do the French so admire a thief?
Political and economic revolt in Ljubljana and Sofia; missing lambs in wintry Welsh hills
The pick of recent dispatches from Mali, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Malaysia.
Switzerland gets itchy about national service and Rome's chariot races run out of time.
With the French Foreign Legion in the Sahara and visiting Neto's grand mausoleum in Luanda
Even remote Deception Island can be full of tourists; why many Indians avoid sunbathing
How trombones embody the secrets of German small business; one way out of poverty in Dhaka
Why some look askance at single women in Asia; the home of reformer Kang Youwei in Beijing