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Ms Zhukova was pictured sat on the mannequin of a half-naked black woman for a photoshoot with Buro 24/7

More nightmare than dream

ANOTHER VIEW

Protest marks failed dream of integration ure to end discrimination Black Blacks rally behind banner of man of hate

Million Man March: Despite his anti-Semitic rants, thousands are expected to join Farrakhan in search of a new Black pride

Washington rally could stir radical black revival

RUPERT CORNWELL

A soldier with presidential vision

Colin Powell is not yet running for America's top job - but he is in training. John Lichfield met him; 'My impression is that Clinton's getting the hang of it at last'

Peter Woods

Peter Woods was one of the first Fleet Street journalists to make a successful transition from the printed word to location reporting for television. A tall, heavy man with a forthright manner, he was immediately recognisable on the screen. He was a pioneer in using the new sound film camera not merely as an instrument for interviewing, but as a tool for compiling complete reports in the field.

Politics the path to achievement

Tom Peters On Excellence

Letter:Future people

From Dr Mark Johnson

Paradise - as seen by a non-believer

Visions of Paradise London Sinfonietta / LSO Barbican Hall, London

Martin Luther King disciple who fell from grace

"Allan Boesak played an invaluable role in the struggle against apartheid before 1990, which makes the present allegations against him all the more tragic," said Charles Villa Vicencio, a former trustee of Mr Boesak's Peace and Justice Foundation , who still considers himself a friend.

Jumping to conclusions over Le Lunge : Sport on TV

THIS was the week that Gary Lineker, back from Japan, started his new job as soccer chat-meister - a spot of co-presentation on Football Focus (BBC1, Saturday), some punditry on Match of the Day and Sportsnight (BBC1, Saturday and Wednesday), a pl ace inthe studios of Radio 5 in midweek and also a column in a Sunday newspaper.

When leaders set out to conquer the word

From Gandhi to Thatcher, great leaders have the ability to tell a convi ncing story, argues Howard Gardner

Out of america:Luther King's dream becomes a nightmare

Washington - Yesterday was Martin Luther King Day. This year, though, it has been hard to concentrate on the deeds of the towering hero of modern America's struggle for racial equality, shot dead in that modern American annus horribilis of 1968. T rue, this most recent of public holidays has seen controversy before, mostly over the refusal of a few outposts of white supremacy to mark the occasion. But such disputes at least were relevant to the civil rights crusade.

Letter:UN troops symbolise hope

NEAL Ascherson often writes with the pen of prophecy but his extended piece ("How the West was shamed", Review, 11 December) on the impotence of Unprofor in Bosnia has strayed into black pessimism.

Zulu king's freedom alarms Buthelezi

'FREE AT last]' said Martin Luther King. 'Free at last]' said Nelson Mandela. 'Free at last]', said Goodwill Zwelithini, the Zulu king.
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The end of an era across the continent

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