Two years after the fire, Moria refugee camp’s legacy still leaves its mark

Many of those housed in the notorious refugee camp remain on Lesbos, while others have managed to rebuild new livesTwo years have elapsed since the huge Moria fire gutted what became known as Europe’s most notorious refugee camp. Squalid, gargantuan an…

Mystery Russian superyacht sets sail for the US after Fiji court ruling

Russian oil boss linked to ‘Putin’s yacht’ at centre of US court caseUS wins legal battle to seize $325m superyacht docked in FijiShe cost $325m (£258m) to build, and millions more each year to run. When not at sea, the Amadea superyacht requires a cre…

UK faces large EU bill over Chinese imports fraud

Court rules government failed to fulfil obligation to collect correct amount of customs duties and VATThe British government faces paying a hefty charge to the EU after the European court of justice ruled it had been negligent in allowing criminal gang…

Fruit pickers lured to Portugal by the dream of a ‘raspberry passport’

Farm workers from south Asia describe exploitative conditions at the heart of Europe’s soft fruits industryWorkers paid less than minimum wage to pick berries destined for UK supermarketsThree days after Sagar* arrived as a worker in Portugal from Nepa…

Workers paid less than minimum wage to pick berries destined for UK supermarkets

Exclusive: Workers in Portugal picking berries ending up on the shelves of Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco allege exploitative conditionsPhotographs by Francesco Brembati for the GuardianFarm workers in Portugal appear to have been working ille…

Desmond Tutu’s funeral and Kazakhstan clashes: human rights this fortnight – in pictures

A roundup of the coverage of the struggle for human rights and freedoms, from Mexico to Hong Kong Continue reading…

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