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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Euro Doom? Germany wants Deutschmark back:

RussiaToday | September 25, 2010 - In spring indebted nations such as Greece, Portugal and Spain nearly dragged the Euro zone into the abyss. It was only a seven hundred and fifty billion Euro bailout package that maintained the shaky balance. But many experts still believe what we've witnessed, is the beginning of the end. Some of them have gathered in Berlin. RT's Laura Emmett talks to Jurgen Elsasser, one of the organizers of the Euro conference.






Thursday, September 9, 2010

Mozambique’s Food Riots Are the True Face of Global Warming

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Thirteen people died and hundreds were wounded last week in the African nation of Mozambique when police cracked down on a three-day protest over a 30 percent hike in the price of bread. The UN says the riots in Mozambique should be a wake-up call for governments that have ignored food security problems since the global food crisis of 2008, when countries around the world saw angry protests in the streets over the rising prices of basic food items. We speak with author and activist Raj Patel. 





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