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As you sit reading this fine newspaper on a quiet morning with nothing on your mind but the quality of the croissants from the new bakery in the village, you might be forgiven for thinking that this little country of ours is doing fine.

7th April, 2007

As you sit reading this fine newspaper on a quiet morning with nothing on your mind but the quality of the croissants from the new bakery in the village, you might be forgiven for thinking that this little country of ours is doing fine.

You would, of course, be entirely wrong. This is in fact one of the most systematically neglected corners of the world ever recorded in the annals of man.

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