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Interview with Henning Mankell in Spiegel Online
Posted 2004-12-17, updated 2005-01-03
I Die, But the Memory Lives On by Henning MankellHenning Mankell has given a two page interview in English to Spiegel Online, the German website of magazine Der Spiegel.
  "Western Apathy Towards Africa Keeps Me Awake at Night"

Swedish best-selling mystery author and longtime Africa resident Henning Mankell, 56, discusses the anatomy of poverty in Africa, the AIDS epidemic and the breakdown of international aid to developing countries.

The topics covered will be familiar to people who have read Mankell's non-fiction book, I Die, But the Memory Lives On.

Thanks to Ine for sending this in.