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Hidden cameras film Croatian police carrying out collective expulsions of asylum seekers - video

Hidden cameras film Croatian police carrying out collective expulsions of asylum seekers - video

Watchdog organisation Border Violence Monitoring has published videos of Croatian police conducting apparent 'pushback' operations against asylum seekers in woods on the border with Bosnia Continue
Serial rabbit-killer terrorises picturesque Brittany village

Serial rabbit-killer terrorises picturesque Brittany village

Massacre of seven pets in Minihy-Tréguier is latest incident in series of killingsA serial rabbit-killer who has been spreading terror around a picturesque village in Brittany has struck again.Police
Student loan shake-up puts £12bn hole in public finances

Student loan shake-up puts £12bn hole in public finances

National deficit increases after ONS says student loans count as government spendingPhilip Hammond is facing a £12bn hole in the public finances this year after changes to the way student loans are
'I beg them to let me go': Sierra Leone's sex workers targeted by police

'I beg them to let me go': Sierra Leone's sex workers targeted by police

Film explores how women on the streets of Freetown suffer extortion, exploitation and imprisonment because of archaic lawsMariatu was 15 years old when her widowed mother died and she ended up
Man pleads guilty over road death of Chris Boardman's mother

Man pleads guilty over road death of Chris Boardman's mother

Liam Rosney, 33, pleads guilty at Mold crown court to causing death by careless driving of Carol BoardmanLiam Rosney, 33, has pleaded guilty at Mold crown court to causing the death by careless
Chickens freezing to death and boiled alive: failings in US slaughterhouses exposed

Chickens freezing to death and boiled alive: failings in US slaughterhouses exposed

An investigation finds hundreds of shocking welfare incidents, fuelling concerns about standards in a post-Brexit trade dealChickens slowly freezing to death, being boiled alive, drowned or
Going straight: the yakuza gangster who swapped the underworld for udon

Going straight: the yakuza gangster who swapped the underworld for udon

As crime syndicates lose their attraction, membership is falling and some are making a new life on the right side of the lawTakashi Nakamoto yells a friendly greeting from the kitchen when he spots a
Hungary: opposition MPs stage state TV sit-in – video report

Hungary: opposition MPs stage state TV sit-in – video report

Hungary's rightwing government has faced a rare sit-in by opposition politicians. About a dozen MPs spent the night in the state television headquarters, in Budapest, in a continuation of their
Amazon faces boycott ahead of holidays as public discontent grows

Amazon faces boycott ahead of holidays as public discontent grows

A growing number of customers are fed up with the company, from its working conditions at warehouses to anti-tax lobbyingThe holiday season is all about spending the time with your loved ones and,
'A reason to stand up': Wisconsin activists fight threat to African American vote

'A reason to stand up': Wisconsin activists fight threat to African American vote

Voting rights advocates are mobilizing after Scott Walker signed a lame-duck bill limiting early votingThe Milwaukee pastor Greg Lewis spent weeks before the November midterms working to get out the
Hungary MPs attack Orbán's 'slave law' during state TV protest

Hungary MPs attack Orbán's 'slave law' during state TV protest

Opposition seeks changes from government, including independent judiciaryViktor Orbán’s rightwing government in Hungary has faced a rare and sustained bout of protest in the capital, Budapest,
1MDB scandal: Malaysia files charges against Goldman Sachs

1MDB scandal: Malaysia files charges against Goldman Sachs

Charges filed against US firm as part of corruption and money-laundering inquiry Malaysia has filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs and two of its former employees over the alleged theft of
'I feel conned': garden bridge donors plan to sue over failed scheme

'I feel conned': garden bridge donors plan to sue over failed scheme

Private donors owed about £7m from charity behind abandoned London projectThe charity behind London’s garden bridge project faces being sued by wealthy donors who fear their money might not be
Former Indian MP jailed for life over 1984 Sikh massacre

Former Indian MP jailed for life over 1984 Sikh massacre

Congress party’s Sajjan Kumar is most prominent figure to be convicted over mass murderA senior member of India’s Congress party has been sentenced to life imprisonment for his role in the mass murder
How Matteo Salvini uses Facebook live streams to exploit immigration – video report

How Matteo Salvini uses Facebook live streams to exploit immigration – video report

Italy's anti-immigration deputy prime minister is Europe's most followed politician on Facebook, with 3.4 million followers. Matteo Salvini used live streams in the run-up to parliamentary elections
The populist social media playbook: the battle for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

The populist social media playbook: the battle for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Matteo Salvini’s caustic rhetoric carried him to power, but is Narendra Modi’s gentler approach just as effective?When he received the phone call from the leader of the far-right League party, Edoardo
Revealed: how Italy's populists used Facebook to win power

Revealed: how Italy's populists used Facebook to win power

Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio eclipsed rivals in online election battle, data showsThe domination of Facebook by Italy’s two populist political leaders, Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio, is
Brexit: confusion reigns over Corbyn’s call for confidence vote – Politics live

Brexit: confusion reigns over Corbyn’s call for confidence vote – Politics live

Labour leader tables motion saying the house has no confidence in the PM because of failure to hold a meaningful vote immediatelyTheresa May pushes forward £2bn no-deal Brexit preparationsWhere
MPs could resolve Brexit deadlock with non-binding free votes, says senior Tory

MPs could resolve Brexit deadlock with non-binding free votes, says senior Tory

Greg Clark says parliament should be invited to say which option it would supportWhat options are mooted to break the Brexit stalemate? MPs should be invited to say what Brexit option they would agree
HS2 misled MPs about cost of high-speed rail project - whistleblower

HS2 misled MPs about cost of high-speed rail project - whistleblower

Cost estimates were hundreds of millions of pounds too low, Panorama investigation told The decision to approve the HS2 high-speed rail project was based on cost estimates that were hundreds of