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Issue: #7

Apr-Jun 2012

Spring 2012 saw Pakistan’s courts convict prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani of contempt of court, former Liberian president Charles Taylor be found guilty of war crimes, François Hollande become president of France and Julian Assange take up residence in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

  • Cover by Brigitte Williams
  • Covers Apr-Jun 2012
  • Published September 2012


  • The effect of the Royal Jubilee on the bunting industry
  • Inside the secretive communist enclave of Transnistria
  • The anarchist mayor of Iceland
  • What’s been found inside Einstein’s brain
  • A Fifty Shades porn-ographic
  • Why you can’t call a horse gay

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