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Lisa O’Carroll

Lisa O’Carroll

    Violated villagers in Sierra Leone fight mining giant
    Violated villagers in Sierra Leone fight mining giant
    An iron ore firm once listed in London is being sued for millions of pounds over evictions and the alleged violent treatment of workers and...
    Sierra Leone probes alleged misuse of Ebola funds
    Sierra Leone probes alleged misuse of Ebola funds
    Sierra Leone's anticorruption commission has launched an investigation following a damning report on the use of the government's emergency Ebola...
    Response lags behind rapid shifts in Ebola, says MSF
    Response lags behind rapid shifts in Ebola, says MSF
    The medical nongovernmental organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has launched a scathing attack on the international community for its...
    'Almost zero' response to Ebola from Western leaders
    'Almost zero' response to Ebola from Western leaders
    The international community has made "almost zero" response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, with Western leaders more interested in protecting...
    Google warns on China's attempts to control the internet
    Google warns on China's attempts to control the internet
    In an interview with the Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger at the Big Tent Activate Summit...
    No more cosy pub chats for hacks and cops
    No more cosy pub chats for hacks and cops
    Elizabeth Filkin, the United Kingdom's former parliamentary commissioner for standards, has warned of the "fraught issue" of drinking with...
    Quiet couple amassed millions in debt
    Quiet couple amassed millions in debt
    A lawyer and his doctor wife who blazed a trail during Ireland's property boom on the back of colossal credit -- buying up several London trophy...