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Public Address 22/01/04 - Foreign Correspondence

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/01/04 - Foreign correspondence

Just pick the pretty one | Jan 22, 2004 11:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

After Bush's State of the Union speech last year, a couple of correspondents ticked me off for being churlish about the billions promised to fight Aids in Africa. Well, a year later,not a penny of those billions has been allocated - and 2005 Aids funding has been...,

3,500 Days in Tokyo | Jan 22, 2004 11:43
Stephen Walker in Tokyo

I was sad to read that Deborah Hill Cone hated Tokyo during her 48 hours spent here. It seems a pity, a waisted stopoverreally, but you can't please everyone. But being an entrenched gaijin in Tokyo, I was pretty upset at having the whole place slagged off in such...,


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