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John Aglionby

John Aglionby

    King holds key to coup success
    King holds key to coup success
    Tanks on the streets, television stations going off air and generals claiming to have seized power were events that had been consigned to history...
    Toxic mud engulfs villages
    Toxic mud engulfs villages
    Four villages and 19 factories have been submerged in a 240ha sea of mud in East Java that is growing up to 50 000 cubic metres a day in a major...
    Tackling terror with education
    Tackling terror with education
    Six teenage rugby players rush forward to protect their teammate, who is charging into the opposition with the ball tucked under his right arm....
    Tackling terror with education
    Tackling terror with education
    Six teenage rugby players rush forward to protect their teammate, who is charging into the opposition with the ball tucked under his right arm....
    After the wave, the struggle to rebuild shattered lives
    After the wave, the struggle to rebuild shattered lives
    Seven Acehnese young men living in a rough, homemade wooden shack on stilts in the village of Lampuuk, 30km from the northern tip of Sumatra, are...
    Rising from the rubble
    Rising from the rubble
    The conditions in Nurma Sulaiman's tiny room in one of Nusa's six barracks have just become a little more cramped. But neither she nor her husband...
    UN demands E Timor war crimes trial
    UN demands E Timor war crimes trial
    Indonesian security forces and local militia leaders responsible for crimes against humanity in East Timor in 1999 should face an international...
    Imelda pulls in the crowds
    Imelda pulls in the crowds
    A new film about the life, loves and spending habits of Imelda Marcos opened to packed houses in Manila last week, despite the protests of its...
    'Sky-high costs must come down'
    'Sky-high costs must come down'
    The aviation industry will have to cut costs and reform business structures to defray billions of dollars in losses from soaring fuel prices, the...
    Shinawatra does it Thai way
    Shinawatra does it Thai way
    Think Thailand and what comes to mind? Paid-for sex? Plentiful drugs? But Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra would rather the mention of his...
    Illness blamed on GM crops in Phillipines
    Illness blamed on GM crops in Phillipines
    The recently planted rows of pineapple plants in the one and a half hectare field on one side of the Malayon family home look neat and well-tended,...
    Lifeline thrown to species at risk
    Lifeline thrown to species at risk
    Thousands of endangered species should be saved from extinction thanks to an ambitious plan to expand the world's protected areas and improve their...