The Guardian Audio Edition: mortuary overflows in Cairo after massacre – 29 July 2013

Audio versions of a selection of articles from the Guardian

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In this week’s edition:

• As the death toll rises Patrick Kingsley reports from Cairo’s main mortuary after the police massacre of pro-Morsi supporters. Click here to read this story.

• In Zimbabwe, five years on from their economic crash, shelves are full again – but ahead of elections, some fear that polls could plunge the economy back into instability by David Smith in Harare. Click here to read this story.

• Political cowardice stops us from solving our wretched housing crisis. More new homes must be built or Britain’s cities will be transformed into ghettos by Will Hutton. Click here to read this story.

• They were music megastars, and they all opened up to him. As Tony Palmer’s best films resurface, the documentarian talks to Phelim O’Neill about Leonard Cohen’s tears, John Lennon’s fake beard – and the day Liberace invited him into his hot tub. Click here to read this story.

• Too much talk for one planet: why I’m reducing my word emissions. Charlie Brooker writes that he is overwhelmed by the amount of jabber in the world – it is he says, a vast cloud of blah. Click here to read this story.

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