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The first victim of the Grenfell Tower fire has been named as Syrian refugee Mohammad al-Haj Ali, whom grieving friends say “came here for a better life” but the UK “failed him”, The Telegraph reports. […]

Khartoum – A prominent Sudanese human rights activist detained for several months has been charged with spying for foreign embassies, an offence punishable by death, News24 reports. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, an engineering professor at the […]

It remains to be seen whether the optimistic, yet thin-on-details Emmanuel Macron will be able to change the response to the refugee crisis. If he does not, this will amount to a massive missed opportunity, foreignpolicyblogs.com reports. […]

More than 30 people have drowned after about 200 people fell from an overcrowded migrant boat off the coast of Libya, the latest tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea, The Guardian reports. The vessel was carrying […]

More wealth leaves Africa every year than enters it – by more than $40bn (£31bn) – according to research that challenges “misleading” perceptions of foreign aid The Guardian reports. Analysis by a coalition of UK […]

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