The Global Mail investigates how Australian authorities are co-operating with corrupt local authorities who bend the law to keep would-be refugees trapped in a country that they desperately want to escape.
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The whimsical imagination that Victoria Roberts has long breathed into her drawings, cartoons and stage characters comes alive in her first novel — a newly broke family of eccentrics settles, along with the contents of their penthouse apartment, in the middle of Central Park, New York.
In Pakistan’s blood-soaked megacity, charity ambulances go to neighbourhoods where even the police fear to tread.
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Survey reveals councils acquiring properties across the UK for vulnerable families due to welfare cuts and high London rents
The political comeback of David Laws is on, but the new junior education minister doesn't appear to be any wiser
Investigation puts British government under spotlight for allowing members of former Egyptian dictatorship to retain assets in UK
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