The endemic problem of corruption may prove a stumbling block on the long road to stability
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Contaminated meat risk, whistleblower says, is due to poor hygiene and regulation in Britain's abattoirs
A map purporting to show crimes by refugees in Germany employs sophisticated methods of information manipulation.
Working with a journalist who visited the targeted Yemeni village after the raid and gathered survivors' testimony, we have collected the names and ages of 25 civilians reportedly killed.
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