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The UN compound near Malakal, South Sudan, is now home to roughly 21,000 people. Conditions are terrible: displaced people are desperately short of space and clean drinking water, and sanitary conditions are poor. The overcrowding in the camps brings a risk of epidemics, as well as exacerbating tensions between those sheltering there. In February, dozens of people were wounded in the camp when fighting broke out between different groups, mirroring the armed clashes in town. In total, MSF and ICRC treated 152 people injured in the violence, 32 of them with gunshot wounds.
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Daily Mail reporter lies to food bank, steals money from the state, and from people who legitimately need it, all in the name of writing a smear article about food banks.
"No questions asked" apart from all the questions they asked him…..
Well, that is awful. How much do you have to hate the poor to go as far as to steal their food and then try and shut down places that help them? What could you possibly gain from this?
this is so fucked up
literally a lying benefit scrounger?
i’ve never known anyone who completely falsifies their whole life like that, isn’t most benefit fraud people not updating changes or just exaggerating things? he literally made it all up because he thought it entitled him to more. and he literally doesn’t need that food. and he’s sitting there pulling a sad outraged face for the daily mail. and they paid him to do this
USA TODAY: The Guardian and The Washington Post both won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday in the public service category for their coverage of the NSA.
The Boston Globe also won the breaking news prize for its Boston Marathon bombing coverage.
The fiction prize went to Donna Tartt for ‘The Goldfinch.’