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The Nobel peace prize winner fighting a war in Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s prime minister was feted by the international community as a reformer and a peacemaker. Now, as the Guardian’s Jason Burke explains, he has launched a major military campaign in the north of his country that threatens the stability of the region Just over a year ago, Ethiopia’s prime minister, …

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German police investigate after giant phallic 'monument' vanishes

Only sawdust remains at site of Bavarian mystery statue that has gained celebrity status among alpine hikers German police have opened an investigation into the disappearance of a large wooden sculpture of a phallus from a mountainside where it appeared without explanation several years ago. The two-metre-tall (7ft) sculpture appeared …

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Mass Covid testing to be rolled out to local authorities in tier 3

English areas under strictest rules can target at-risk groups, but may lack necessary staff Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Local authorities in tier 3, with the toughest Covid restrictions, will be invited to apply for funds to run mass testing programmes of people with no symptoms, …

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Philip Green's Arcadia Group collapses into administration

More than 13,000 jobs at risk in biggest UK corporate failure of the Covid pandemic Nils Pratley: Green should do honourable thing by staff Timeline: the rise and fall of Philip Green Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has collapsed into administration, putting 13,000 jobs at risk as the retail tycoon’s …

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West Ham v Aston Villa: Premier League – live!

Minute-by-minute updates on the action at the London Stadium Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action Any comments? You can email [email protected] 7.47pm GMT Here’s Paul Doyle’s report on Fulham’s impressive victory at the King Power Stadium Related: Fulham shock Leicester as Ivan Cavaleiro ends run of penalty …

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