Refugee Week celebrates diverse Britain

Thousands of people are expected to take part in Britain's fifth annual Refugee Week.

Michael Vaughan and the future of English cricket

England take to the field with a new limited overs captain and a new-look team at the start of the NatWest Challenge against Pakistan.

The sour reality of 'rear window' TV

The West's insatiable appetite for 24/7 television voyeurism means producers must serve ever-spicier dishes. But the feast leaves a sour taste in this reporter's mouth…

Owen saves Eriksson

Two second half goals from captain Michael Owen overshadowed a poor performance by England and kept the bloodhounds from Eriksson's door.

The great indigenous rip-off

Western pharmaceutical giants' exploitation of indigenous peoples' ancient knowledge of plants, animals and the environment is escalating, says Troy Coyle.

A poor excuse for a football match

Once again Sven Goran Eriksson displayed his contempt for international friendlies in Tuesday night's 2-1 victory over Serbia and Montenegro.

Down with dance

Nightclub lovers look away now, a dance anthem anti-Christ is on the warpath…

Malawian marijuana runs rife

A senior Malawian magistrate was among 20 people arrested in the lakeshore district of Salima for alleged marijuana trafficking in a week beset with events surrounding the drug.

Homosexuality in India, where tradition still rules

India's erstwhile colonial laws outlawing homosexuality are out of touch with a changing society, Chinmayee Manjunath discovers.

Don't shoot the messenger

Delivering bad news can be a difficult and unforgiving business, but spare a thought for those who do it for a living…

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