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Lisa O’Carroll

Violated villagers in Sierra Leone fight mining giant

Sierra Leoneans are seeking requital in Britain for violence and loss of farmland to iron-ore company African Minerals.

Sierra Leone probes alleged misuse of Ebola funds

The anticorruption commission is investigating why a third of taxpayers' money allocated to fighting Ebola was not accounted for.

Response lags behind rapid shifts in Ebola, says MSF

Médecins Sans Frontières has criticised the international community's response to Ebola in West Africa, saying it risks becoming a 'double failure'.

‘Almost zero’ response to Ebola from Western leaders

Médecins Sans Frontières chief claims the response to the catastrophe is "almost zero", with nations most concerned with self-protection.

Google warns on China’s attempts to control the internet

Executive chairperson of Google Eric Schmidt has described China as "the most egregious" example of a nation attempting to control the internet.

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 reporters.

Quiet couple amassed millions in debt

A lawyer and doctor used easy credit to fuel a property buying spree. Now a court case has laid bare the extent of their troubles.

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