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DEC 18, 2014 - New Statesman

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Project Martyr: the British doctor who went to work in Syria

In 2011, Rami Habib, a 43-year-old doctor from Leicester, flew to Syria. Since then, he has watched the revolution against Bashar al-Assad fall apart – but he won’t give up. Rami Habib in his field hospital. Photo: Tom Pilston   In early 2011, Rami Habib, a 43-year-old doctor from Leicester, flew to his native Syria because his father had suffered a ...

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DEC 16, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Turkey football fans put on trial over 'anti-Erdogan coup bid'

Thirty-five supporters of Turkish top-flight football side Besiktas went on trial Tuesday facing life imprisonment on hugely controversial charges of seeking to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government in 2013 protests. Hundreds of Besiktas supporters staged a raucous protest outside the Istanbul criminal court, shouting football chants backing the accused, who are all members of the club's main fan club, ...

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DEC 12, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Hungarian Prime Minister Calls For Mandatory Drug Testing Of Journalists, Politicians

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — The Hungarian prime minister, who has vowed to remake his country into a "non-liberal" state as he moves closer to Moscow, called Friday for mandatory drug testing of journalists and politicians. Viktor Orban's plan alarmed critics, who called it an attack on civil liberties and a cynical attempt to combat his declining popularity. A member of ...

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DEC 12, 2014 - New Statesman

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From Africa to Kent: following in the footsteps of migrants

The guardians of Fortress Europe are fighting a lost battle: poor migrants will always try to find a better life for themselves, or die in the attempt. Daniel Trilling traces their steps, from the Middle East and Africa to the Kent countryside. Migrants prepare to cast off the beach at Shimbiro, Somalia, for a perilous journey across the Gulf of Aden ...

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DEC 09, 2014 - The Guardian

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Galatasaray v Arsenal: Champions League – as it happened

Lukas Podolski and Aaron Ramsey scored spectacular goals as Arsenal won with style in Turkey 9.40pm GMT That could barely have been more satisfying for Arsenal: they scored some superb goals, enjoyed several excellent individual performances (Ramsey for a half, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Podolski), and defended as a determined, coherent unit for long periods. It took an exceptional freekick to penetrate ...

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