Police brutality in America should come as no surprise – Bryan Stevenson | Comment is Free
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Police brutality in America should come as no surprise – Bryan Stevenson | Comment is Free

When the then 28-year-old Bryan Stevenson was threatened with a gun by a police officer,…

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Living in fear of FGM in Sierra Leone: ‘I’m not safe in this community’
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Living in fear of FGM in Sierra Leone: ‘I’m not safe in this community’

Girls in Sierra Leone are under huge pressure to be initiated into all-female secret societies…

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Why journalists carry guns in the Philippines | Guardian Docs
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Why journalists carry guns in the Philippines | Guardian Docs

The Philippines is one of the most dangerous countries in which to be a journalist,…

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David Cameron takes extreme measures to keep out migrants | Cassetteboy remix the news
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David Cameron takes extreme measures to keep out migrants | Cassetteboy remix the news

Cassetteboy edit the last month’s TV news coverage, including the latest revelations in the Labour…

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Hurricane Katrina ten years on: ‘I thought that was it for New Orleans’ | Guardian Docs
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Hurricane Katrina ten years on: ‘I thought that was it for New Orleans’ | Guardian Docs

It was predicted that New Orleans would take a decade to recover from Hurricane Katrina.…

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Got GCSE fail fear? Don’t panic, says Gemma Cairney | Comment is Free
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Got GCSE fail fear? Don’t panic, says Gemma Cairney | Comment is Free

The tiny Greek island sinking under Europe’s migrant crisis
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The tiny Greek island sinking under Europe’s migrant crisis

Leros is a tiny Greek island seven miles from the Turkish coast where 2,500 migrants…

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London’s oldest gay pub under threat: ‘There’s been a lot of illegitimate fun for 150 years’
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London’s oldest gay pub under threat: ‘There’s been a lot of illegitimate fun for 150 years’

The threat of closure hangs over London’s oldest gay venue, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, after…

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WWII’s forgotten army: West Africa’s soldiers in Burma | Guardian Features
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WWII’s forgotten army: West Africa’s soldiers in Burma | Guardian Features

Nigerians made up more than half of the total force of 90,000 West African soldiers…

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Capitalism is failing, and it’s time to panic – Paul Mason | Comment is Free
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Capitalism is failing, and it’s time to panic – Paul Mason | Comment is Free

The neoliberalist capitalist model has resulted in civil wars and economic disaster, and it’s only…

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