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On the frozen frontiers of Europe with the migrants caught in a lethal game
Asylum seekers are pawns in a conflict between Poland and Belarus

Urszula Glensk in Hajnówka and Ed Vulliamy

07, Nov, 2021 @7:30 AM

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‘I’m still alive’: Gomorrah author hails court victory over mafia threats
Roberto Saviano says that a court has shown that the crime clans – whose threats forced him to live with a bodyguard – are not invincible

Ed Vulliamy

29, May, 2021 @3:00 PM

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‘Help us or LSO fails’: Sir Simon Rattle’s plea over Covid and Brexit
As the orchestra prepares to welcome back live audiences, the conductor urges ministers to act on new touring rules in Europe

Ed Vulliamy

16, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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‘We need joy … and an audience’: The return of Simon Rattle and the LSO
Sir Simon and London Symphony Orchestra players tell a rehearsal audience of one what this week’s first live concert in a year means to them

Ed Vulliamy

16, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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I’m proud to be an angry sans-culotte: monarchy is what stops Britain from growing up
Will Britain ever be free from adoring the bloated pomp and institutionalised inequality of the royal family?

Ed Vulliamy

14, Mar, 2021 @6:45 AM

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In Naples, a city steeped in pagan rites, I saw Maradona cast his spell
A personal memoir of the passionate, intense bond between the Argentinian and his adopted city, which saw his triumphs and his tragic downfall

Ed Vulliamy

29, Nov, 2020 @9:00 AM

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How a poet’s son is reclaiming Genoa from Italy’s tainted elite
As Liguria prepares for next week’s regional elections, an unlikely candidate has energised the fight against the far right

Ed Vulliamy in Liguria

13, Sep, 2020 @7:03 AM

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Peter Green: guitar pioneer who made the blues his own
The Fleetwood Mac co-founder spiralled into drug abuse and schizophrenia but never lost his electrifying technical ability

Ed Vulliamy

26, Jul, 2020 @6:18 AM

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‘Rockers and spies’ – how the CIA used culture to shred the iron curtain
Musicians and artists were all enlisted to assert US power in the cold war. A new podcast explores the part the agency played

Ed Vulliamy

03, May, 2020 @8:00 AM

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How the American dream died on the world's busiest border
Driven by hope of a better life, people from Central America and beyond flock to the US-Mexico border. Yet it has become a focal point for human suffering

Ed Vulliamy in Matamoros

21, Feb, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Kidnappers prey with ‘total impunity’ on migrants waiting for hearings in Mexico
Report finds 80% of migrants waiting have been abducted by the mafia and 45% have suffered violence or violation

Ed Vulliamy in Nuevo Laredo

18, Feb, 2020 @8:00 AM

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'Why did she have to die?' Mexico's war on women claims young artist
Isabel Cabanillas de la Torre was shot as she cycled home last month in the violent border city of Ciudad Juárez. Her friends and comrades have little hope of justice

Ed Vulliamy in Ciudad Juárez

11, Feb, 2020 @8:00 AM

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