New Internationalist

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Escape to the street

More and more young people are becoming homeless across the West. Catherine Yeomans reports on how to tackle the issue

Filed in: Features

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Death and re-birth of a lake: How water came back to the dry Aral Sea

The once-world’s fourth biggest lake was thought gone forever and a source of decades of environmental disaster. But something is changing.

Filed in: Kazakhstan

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India's ‘Smart City’ plan stumbles over slums

India’s $15 billion grand project to transform cities into models of tech and infrastructural innovation is already in trouble. Nimisha Jaiswal investigates

Filed in: India

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Homelessness – the facts

Everything you need to know about homelessness, from this month’s magazine.

Filed in: Poverty

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How do you break the homelessness cycle?

Sian Griffiths reports on a no-nonsense movement which is reshaping traditional solutions to chronic homelessness

Filed in: Features

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Domestic violence: victims are left on their own in Pakistan

The lack of laws is leading to a scary rise in domestic violence in some of Pakistan’s provinces, writes Mahwish Qayyum

Filed in: Web exclusives

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UK General Election: Why Theresa May’s approach to social mobility is incoherent

Simon Chandler analyses the Tory manifesto and May’s speeches, and explains why their efforts to tackle inequality are a facade

Filed in: Web exclusives

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Finding home: Lack of affordable housing is a crisis across the West

With house prices and rents soaring, can there be a remedy to homelessness? Wayne Ellwood investigates.

Filed in: Web exclusives

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Meet the volunteers breaking Ukraine's trauma taboo

Michiel Driebergen and Alex Masi tell the story of Ukranians providing much-needed psychological support in war-torn areas.

Filed in: Europe and Ukraine

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Why are there still British military bases in Cyprus?

The island may want to determine its own future, but Britain and the US have other ideas. Darren Loucaides reports.

Filed in: Cyprus and Europe

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‘We are ready’: why West Papuan independence isn't just a dream

What would a free West Papua look like? Independence leaders from the government-in-waiting lay out their visions for a free country.

Filed in: Indonesia and West Papua

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