Around the World in 80 Minutes – 27 March 2013

THE GUARDIAN:Fukushima town revealed in Google Street View two years after tsunami
REUTERS: North Korea to cut all channels to South.
FOREIGN POLICY: The Arab League finally does something.
JON CASSIDY | THE NEW YORKER: Does the Cyprus deal really signal the herald of the Euro?
THE FINANCIAL TIMES: Poland opens the way to join the Euro.
PAUL KRUGMAN | THE NEW YORK TIMES: Poland is not yet lost.
PAUL KRUGMAN | THE NEW YORK TIMES: Debt and devalution Mediterraean edition.
CNBC: Malaysia, not China is Africa’s largest investor.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES: South Africa should forget the BRICs era.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: The limits of China’s market model.
THE LENS | THE NEW YORK TIMES: Photo essay: A War’s Cold Comfort in China

AL JAZEERA: In Pictures Today: India’s Festival of Color.

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