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Kate Farmer

Cutting to the chase

24. 9. 2013 - 14:42

Banning the Brotherhood

Reality Check: Muslim Brotherhood activities banned in Egypt, Iran talks at the United Nations Pass egal Wahl, conflicting images of Mexico, Kalle Lasn and why global economy never learns.

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A Cairo court has banned "all activities" by the Muslim Brotherhood and associated groups, and has authorized the seizure of the groups assets.

Muslim Brotherhood protests


Members of the Muslim Brotherhood protest outside the Cairo court where their activities were banned.

Analyst Shashank Joshi considers the implications of this move for the future stability of Egypt.

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Iran nuclear talks

This week, the United Nations is hosting the highest level talks on Tehran's nuclear programme for over 30 years. James Boys gives his analysis of the talks and what they signify.

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Pass egal Wahl

It's polling day in the Pass Egal Wahl, for people living in Austria who do not have an Austrian passport. Alexander Pollack of SOS Mitmensch, who are running the campaign, explains how it works and why it has been set up.

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The conflicting images of Mexico

Alejandro Boucabeille talks about the realities behind the common images and impressions of Mexico.

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What's wrong with the world economy

Occupy 2 years on


Two years on, little progress has been made, and Kalle Lasn says the same mistakes will be made again

Kalle Lasn, a leading economist and founder member of the Occupy movement, explains why the financial institutions, politicians and academics have failed to learn from the mistakes of the global economic crisis.

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