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November 2000
Features List
A table of contents linking you to this month’s feature stories.

Match Wits...
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Hip Zips
Nominate your favorite for coverage in the magazine.

Sights & Sounds
From Libya: An End to Isolation?

Flashback
Revisit a photo from the past, and browse our archives.

Tell Us: The Game
Identify this month’s mystery photo.

Final Edit
The picture rescued from the cutting room floor.

Archives
NGM online: the last four years.

Spotlight

Hip Zips
We’re visiting the weird, the funky, and the wonderful by postal code. Nominate your favorite for coverage in this new magazine series.

This month we peer into the posh world of Beverly Hills at Zip USA: 90210.




November 2000 Features
Libya
Remote Russia
Inside the Volcano
Luis Marden
Elephants & Lions
Nepal
Pueblo Reburial
Zip USA: 90210
  Libya: An End to Isolation?

After 30 years as an international outlaw, Libya works to shed its terrorist image. But while Muammar Qaddafi seeks peace, his country remains an enigma. Peer behind the veil in this multimedia slideshow.

Point of View
Photographer Ira Block documented the repatriation of Native American remains. Hear him describe this sensitive assignment. Then, join our forum.

Final Edit
The eyes have it in this month’s FINAL EDIT, and you can send it as an E-GREETING.
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Tell Us: The Game


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