Worldcrunch Magazine #49 — Eye On Iran, One Year Later
September 11 - September 17, 2023
Here's the latest edition of Worldcrunch Magazine, a selection of our best articles of the week from top international journalists, produced exclusively in English for Worldcrunch readers.
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Our cover story, by Roshanak Astaraki for London-based Persian-language Iranian online media outlet, Kayhan London, begs the question of whether or not protests will reignite in Iran as the one year anniversary of Mahsa Amini's death approaches. Amini's death at the hands of the Iranian morality police for wearing a loose hijab, fuelled mass protests throughout the country, opposing Iran's harsh laws against women.
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Table of Contents
Tensions Amidst The Anniversary Of Mahsa Amini’s Death | Kayhan London By Roshanak Astaraki
China’s Bet On A Bigger & Nastier BRICS To Challenge The West | Clarín By Marcelo Cantelmi
Fear & Sandbags For Russians Going Back To School Near Border | Important Stories By Vazhnyye Istorii
Albania, The Brutal Demographics Of A Neverending Exodus | Les Echos By Basile Dekonink
How Argentina Got Hooked On Overfishing - And How To Get Free | Clarín By Gonzalo Sánchez
Why Have Hong Kong’s Hearing Impaired Been Left Behind? | The Initium By Shi Wanping
When Patriotic Lyrics Of The Past Hit Wrong Notes Today | Worldcrunch By Yannick Champion-Osselin
My Seven-Day Romance With An AI Girlfriend | La Stampa By Nicolas Lozito