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Issue: #8

Jul-Sep 2012

Remembering a summer of sport in which Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France, Andy Murray won the US Open and the Olympics came to London. In other news, the Higgs boson was “found”, the Curiosity rover landed on Mars and members of the Russian group Pussy Riot were convicted of “hooliganism”.

  • Cover by Vhils
  • Covers Jul-Sep 2012
  • Published December 2012


  • The London Olympics in numbers
  • Why dancing is illegal in Japanese clubs
  • The Mogadishu restaurant that shouldn’t exist
  • A concise history of Welsh nationalist terrorism
  • A Downton Abbey disapprove-ographic

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