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Curious what the Dalai Lama had to say? Get your local street paper copy now!

INSP’s exclusive interview with the Dalai Lama will get republished in street papers worldwide. So far, 57 publications in 27 countries are running the interview and volunteers helped translate the story into 13 languages, including Japanese, German, Danish, Norwegian, Slovak, and Portuguese. Vendors on all continents are benefiting from extra sales due to the cover star.

You can get your copy from a local street paper vendor near you:

=Oslo, in Oslo, Fredrikstad, Sarpsborg, Drammen, Tønsberg, Horten, Hamar, Gjøvik, Lillehammer and Kongsvinger, Norway, from July 30th

Apropos, in Salzburg, Wien and Innsbruck, Austria, from July 27th

Asphalt, in Hannover, Bremen, Oldenburg, Hildesheim, Emden, Leer, Celle, Delmenhorst, Neustadt a.R., Nienburg, Hameln, Wilhelmshaven, Wunstorf, Stadthagen and Nordenham, Germany

BISS, in Munich and surrounding areas, Germany

bodo, in Dortmund, Bochum, Hattingen, Witten, Herne, Unna and Lünen, Germany, from August

CAIS, in Lisbon, Oporto, Braga, Coimbra, Setubal and Almada, Portugal

Denver Voice, in Denver, Boulder, Westminster and Englewood, North America, from September

Die Jerusalëmmer, in Neumünster, Germany

Donaustrudl, in Regensberg, Germany, from August

Draussenseiter, in Cologne, Germany

Eibisch-Zuckerl, in Wiener Neustadt, Neunkirchen, Baden, Mödling, Mattersburg and Eisenstadt, Austria, from August

Gazeta Uliczna, in Poznań, Warsaw and Krakow, Poland, from July

Haags Straatnieuws, in The Hague, the Netherlands

Hempels, in Kiel, Lübeck, Flensburg, Schleswig, Husum, Rendsburg, Eckernförde and Heide, Germany

Hecho en Buenos Aires, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from August

Hinz&Kunzt, in Hamburg, Germany

Hus Forbi, in Copenhagen, Zealand, Aarhus, Aalborg, Arhus, Esbjerg and Odense, Denmark

Ireland’s Big Issue, in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Belfast, Athlone and Sligo, Ireland, from July 25th

Klar, in Stavanger, Sandnes, Haugesund, Egeresund and Sola, Norway

Liceulice, in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Backa Topola, Serbia, from September

L’itineraire, in Montreal, Canada

Macadam, in Paris, Lyon, Rennes and Brest, France, from September

Megafon, in Bergen, Flora and Voss, Norway, from July 30th

Megaphon, in Graz, Bruck, Leoben, Deutschlandsberg, Fernitz, Fürstenfeld, Gleisdorf, Gratkorn, Gratwein, Hartberg, Kalsdorf, Köflach, Lannach, Leibnitz, Feldbach, Raaba, Radkersburg, St. Michael, Knittelfeld, Liezen, Stainz, Trofaiach, Voitsberg and Weiz, Austria, from July 27th

Nota Bene, in Slovakia from September

One Step Away, in Philadelphia and Wilmington, North America

Prosto Neba, in Lviv, Ukraine

Shedia, in Athens, Greece

Situation Stockholm, in Visby, Stockholm, Södertälje, Uppsala, Örebro, Västerås, Linköping and Nässjö, Sweden

Sorgenfri, in Trondheim, Norway

Straatjournaal, in Haarlem and the surrounding areas, the Netherlands, from 31st July

Straatnieuws, in Utrecht, the Netherlands, from July 13th

Strassenfeger, in Berlin, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Cottbuss, Neuruppin, Wittstock, Wittenberge, Frankfurt and Eberswalde, Germany, from July 15th

Strassenkreuzer, in Nürnberg, Fürth and Erlangen, Germany

Street Roots, in Oregon, North America, from July 20th

StreetWise, in Chicago, North America

Surprise, in Basel, Bern, Luzern, Zürich, Thun, Zug, Liestal, Aarau, Chur, St. Gallen and Frauenfeld, Switzerland

Terre di Mezzo, in Italy, including Milan, Rome, Turin, Palermo, Genoa, Naples, Bologna and Florence.

The Big Issue Australia, in Melbourne, Mildura, Wangaratta, Geelong, Bendigo, Ballarat, Sydney, Brisbane, Yeppoon, Cabolture, Ipswich, Canberra, Adelaide, Mt. Gambier, Whyalla, Glenelg, Willunga, Perth, Bunbury and Margaret River, Australia

The Big Issue in the North, in Carlisle, Preston, Lancaster, Liverpool, Chester, Manchester, Salford, Sheffield, Leeds, Wakefield, York, Hull, Bradford and Ripon, England, from July 2nd

The Big Issue Japan, in Sapporo, Sendai, Chiba, Funabashi, Tokyo metropolitan area, Mitaka,Musashino, Kokubunji, Hachio-ji, Fuchu, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Saitama, Nagoya, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Osaka Mertopolitan area, Takatsuki, Hirakata, Ibaraki, Toyonnaka, Sakai, Moriguchi, Kobe, Kawanishi, Nishinomiya, Amagasaki, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Kumamoto and Kagoshima, Japan, from August 15th

The Big Issue Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, from August

The Big Issue Malawi, in Blantyre, Lilongwe, Zomba and Mzuzu, Malawi

The Big Issue South Africa, in Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa, from July 22nd

The Big Issue, in the UK from July 2nd

The Jeepney, in the Philippines from September

Whats Up Magazine, in St. Louis, Missouri, North America, from early August

WSPAK, in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdynia, Gdansk and Łódź, Poland

ZET, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from August

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