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My food revolution: how I learned to love a gluten-free diet
After years of pain, the diagnosis of coeliac disease was a crucial turning point for Lizzy Davies. She explains the changes it forced her to make – and how she learned to love food once again

Lizzy Davies

18, Mar, 2023 @1:00 PM

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Christian Aid claims it was subject to act of ‘lawfare’ by pro-Israel group
The charity was taken to court for its work in the Middle East by the US body, whose director justifies litigation against NGOs that ‘cross the line’

Lizzy Davies

02, Mar, 2023 @1:06 PM

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Rainbow plates: the chefs reawakening Africa’s taste for vegan food
Can innovative cooks and entrepreneurs take the continent back to its plant-based roots? We’ve included chef Marie Kacouchia’s recipe for Senegalese cauliflower yassa so you can judge for yourself

Lizzy Davies

27, Feb, 2023 @12:00 PM

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‘He strangled me. I saw black’: the Syrian woman who fled war to find violence at home
An estimated 1.5 million Syrian refugees live in Lebanon, nine out of 10 in extreme poverty. In such circumstances, female refugees are particularly vulnerable to gender-based violence. Here is one woman’s story

Lizzy Davies

27, Feb, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Burned, suffocated, beaten: why women in Lebanon are dying at the hands of their partners
Amid economic crisis and a culture of ‘militarised masculinity’, domestic violence is on the rise in Lebanese households and the sizeable Syrian refugee community

Lizzy Davies in Tripoli

27, Feb, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Guinea worm disease could be second ever human illness to be eradicated
As cases fall, the condition that once affected millions of people in Africa and Asia could also be the first to be wiped out without medicines

Lizzy Davies

25, Jan, 2023 @12:20 PM

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Volker Türk: the man charged with protecting the world’s human rights
Mild-mannered, but with a tough message to convey, the new UN high commissioner pledges a return to ‘the basics’ of the Universal Declaration laid down 75 years ago

Lizzy Davies

05, Jan, 2023 @6:30 AM

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‘Miracles and heartbreak’: saving orphaned elephants as Kenya’s drought devastates herds
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is nursing record numbers of young animals back to health but as rains continue to fail, the vulnerable mammals face a challenging future

Lizzy Davies

26, Dec, 2022 @7:30 AM

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UN human rights chief says UK should rethink plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda
Exclusive: Volker Türk critical of scheme he considers ethically problematic and believes government must look again at how to deal with people-smuggling gangs and the treatment of refugees

Lizzy Davies

21, Dec, 2022 @2:41 PM

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Tunisia election set to deliver male-dominated parliament and erosion of women’s rights
As the country goes to the polls, reforms introduced by hardline president Kais Saied have led to the exclusion of female candidates

Simon Speakman Cordall in Tunis and Lizzy Davies in London

16, Dec, 2022 @6:45 AM

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Nobel prize winner criticises western ‘neglect’ and urges action over DRC violence
Denis Mukwege has demanded sanctions be imposed on Rwanda to ease the crisis in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo

Lizzy Davies

16, Dec, 2022 @6:00 AM

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One in 23 people will require humanitarian relief in 2023, UN warns
A global relief fund of a record $51.5bn will be needed to assist 339 million people suffering because of 2022’s ‘extreme events’

Lizzy Davies

01, Dec, 2022 @5:00 AM

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