• Shallow grave is testimony to Sudan’s lies

    Shallow grave is testimony to Sudan’s lies0

    Gethin Chamberlain, In Nami, North Darfur, for The Scotsman, 4 August 2004 THE grave is just a mound of earth, no more than two feet high at its peak and 10ft in diameter. It lies about 50 yards from the edge of the village of Nami in North Darfur. From the thorn tree a few

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  • Clintons’ charities got £50million of British aid cash

    Clintons’ charities got £50million of British aid cash0

    Clintons’ charities got £50million of British aid cash: UK government accused of trying to buy influence with US power family   The charity’s board includes former president Bill and candidate Hillary It has had £48.9million from the UK – more than £20million last year alone Critics say its a symptom of controversial pledge on foreign

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  • Black Watch commander: how the MoD let us down in Iraq

    Black Watch commander: how the MoD let us down in Iraq0

    • NEWS
    • January 22, 2004

    EXCLUSIVE Gethin Chamberlain in Fallingbostel, Germany, for The Scotsman, 22 January 2004 BLACK Watch troops were sent into battle in Iraq without the equipment they would have needed to survive had Saddam Hussein decided to use chemical or biological weapons against them. Yesterday, Lieutenant Colonel James Cowan, the commanding officer of the Black Watch, one of

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  • Tesco and Sainsbury’s school uniforms made by workers paid 25p an hour

    Tesco and Sainsbury’s school uniforms made by workers paid 25p an hour0

    The Sunday Mirror investigates true cost of school kit. We have removed the names to protect the workers who spoke to us Gethin Chamberlain for The Sunday Mirror, 12 September 2015 Two of Britain’s top stores are selling school uniforms made by workers paid 25p an hour doing shifts that break employment laws. Tesco and

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  • Colonel dons a tam-o’-shanter and leads his troops on a friendly foray into town

    Colonel dons a tam-o’-shanter and leads his troops on a friendly foray into town0

    The Black Watch’s commanding officer shuns armour to find out the views of Iraqis on the streets of Zubayr. Gethin Chamberlain, in Iraq, for The Daily Telegraph, 2 April 2003. TAM-o’-shanter perched atop his head, pistol secured in its holster on his belt, steel-rimmed glasses pushed back on to the bridge of his nose, Lt Col

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  • Damage caused during theft is no stain on the value of The Scream

    Damage caused during theft is no stain on the value of The Scream0

    Gethin Chamberlain in Oslo, for The Sunday Telegraph, 6 April 2008 First, the bad news: Edvard Munch’s most famous painting, The Scream, is damaged beyond repair. Four years after it was stolen in an armed raid on an Oslo museum, and two years after Norwegian police found it, scratched and water-damaged, conservators have told The Sunday Telegraph there is

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  • Turkey’s ‘creeping Islamisation’ divides nation

    Turkey’s ‘creeping Islamisation’ divides nation0

    By Gethin Chamberlain in Alanya, for the Sunday Telegraph, 15 July 2007 It could have been a scene from any beach in Turkey: a cluster of young women reclining on sun-loungers, soaking up the midday rays, thumbing through novels and smoking cigarettes, while fellow holidaymakers splashed in the sea. Yet there was not an inch

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  • Suicide and suffering grip Europe’s nation of orphans

    Suicide and suffering grip Europe’s nation of orphans0

    Gethin Chamberlain, in Iasi, Romania, for The Sunday Telegraph, 25 March 2007 THE HEADMASTER glanced around the classroom. “Hands up, those of you with parents who are working abroad,” he told them. A forest of arms shot up; out of a class of 21 pupils at the school in Liteni in northern Romania, only three children

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  • MoD accused of hiding real cost of Iraq war

    MoD accused of hiding real cost of Iraq war0

    By Gethin Chamberlain, for The Scotsman, 1 January 2006 THE Ministry of Defence has admitted that it issued misleading figures for the number of British soldiers injured in Iraq after a Scotsman investigation found that they were wildly inaccurate. John Reid, the Defence Secretary, last week claimed that about 230 UK personnel had been wounded

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  • Corbyn’s sweatshop T-shirts: Poverty-stricken workers paid just 49p an hour

    Corbyn’s sweatshop T-shirts: Poverty-stricken workers paid just 49p an hour0

    * In Nicaragua, Corbyn T-shirt workers are paid £101 a month for shifts * ‘Team Corbyn’ garments sold out, raising £100,000 for his campaign * The T-shirts cost supporters £10 with the added postage cost of £3.50 * Corbyn spoke of his determination to combat poverty and inequality in an impassioned victory speech Gethin Chamberlain, for

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  • Name of al-Sadr hangs over uneasy south

    Name of al-Sadr hangs over uneasy south0

      Gethin Chamberlain, in Basra, for The Scotsman, 17 April 2004 ODAY al-Dibaj clasps the bars of his prison cell, his hair cropped close to his head, his beard neatly trimmed. He speaks fast, and passionately. The people love Muqtada al-Sadr, Dibaj says, because Sadr loves his country and supports all the good people in Iraq.

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  • Gap, Next and M&S in new sweatshop scandal

    Gap, Next and M&S in new sweatshop scandal0

    Indian workers are paid just 25p an hour and forced to work overtime in factories used by some of Britain’s best-known high street stores Gethin Chamberlain for The Observer, 8 August 2010 Some of the biggest names on the British high street are at the centre of a major sweatshop scandal. An Observer investigation has

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  • Exclusive: Schoolchildren in China work overnight to produce Amazon Alexa devices

    Exclusive: Schoolchildren in China work overnight to produce Amazon Alexa devices0

    Leaked documents show children as young as 16 recruited by Amazon supplier Foxconn work gruelling and illegal hours

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  • Scam-dog millionaires

    Scam-dog millionaires0

    Crooks pocket Indian aid as UK faces £66bn cuts Exclusive: Gethin Chamberlain MILLIONS of pounds of taxpayers’ money sent to India to educate poor children is falling into the pockets of crooked officials in the country. A News of the World investigation has uncovered corruption on an incredible scale after our Government poured in £340MILLION

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  • iRip-Off: UK music fans paying SIX times more for iTunes than other countries

    iRip-Off: UK music fans paying SIX times more for iTunes than other countries0

    • NEWS
    • December 9, 2012

    Gethin Chamberlain for The Sunday People, 9 December 2012 Millions of British music lovers are being charged up to SIX TIMES as much for iTunes singles as those in other countries. The price difference was exposed after Apple launched new online iTunes stores in 53 countries. The Sunday People found Apple and the major record

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  • “Every one of these children is a ticking Ebola time bomb”

    “Every one of these children is a ticking Ebola time bomb”0

    Brutal truth of epidemic in Liberian slum where footballer George Weah grew up as number of orphans ‘hits 12,000’ Gethin Chamberlain for MailOnline, 12 November 2014 Three-year-old Emmanuel Thompson appears first, peering through the doorway of the house in the Clara Town slum. Then tiny Mercy McGill trots out and soon there are 10 children

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  • In this cat and mouse war, the sniper is king

    In this cat and mouse war, the sniper is king0

    Gethin Chamberlain of The Scotsman, with the Black Watch near Basra, 31 March 2003 THE tank crew spotted them first; four men in civilian clothes jumping out of a pickup truck in the centre of Zubayr. One had a rocket- propelled grenade launcher. Corporal Mark Harvey was the first of the accompanying snipers to react, dropping

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  • Horses left to starve after Romania bans carts from the roads

    Horses left to starve after Romania bans carts from the roads0

    • NEWS
    • February 17, 2008

    Gethin Chamberlain, in Galati, Romania, for The Sunday Telegraph, 17 February 2008 RIBS SHOWING clearly through their tattered flanks, the starving horses corralled on the edge of the eastern Romanian city of Galati are just a few days away from death. Once, they would have pulled wooden carts along the city’s streets or worked in

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  • How high street clothes were made by children in Myanmar for 13p an hour

    How high street clothes were made by children in Myanmar for 13p an hour0

    Children of 14 were working a six-day week Gethin Chamberlain for The Observer, 5 February 2017 Children as young as 14 have been employed to make clothes for some of the most popular names on the UK high street, according to a new report. New Look, Sports Direct’s Lonsdale brand and H&M have all used

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  • India prays for rain as water wars break out

    India prays for rain as water wars break out0

    The monsoon is late, the wells are running dry and in the teeming city of Bhopal, water supply is now a deadly issue. Gethin Chamberlain reports The Observer, 12 July 2009 It was a little after 8pm when the water started flowing through the pipe running beneath the dirt streets of Bhopal’s Sanjay Nagar slum. After days

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  • Landmine: ‘The blast left the soldier on his back, staring at the mess of his leg’

    Landmine: ‘The blast left the soldier on his back, staring at the mess of his leg’0

    Gethin Chamberlain, in Kandahar, Afghanistan, for The Sunday Telegraph, 24 December 2006. STRUGGLING TO sit up, Frederic Couture surveyed his torn trouser leg and the bloodied strips of flesh which were all that remained of his foot. A landmine had exploded, blowing the rest of it away. “I’m 21-years-old and I’ve lost my foot,” he cried.

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  • ‘He turned to the helicopter and sank to his knees, then I hit him with my rockets’

    ‘He turned to the helicopter and sank to his knees, then I hit him with my rockets’0

    US aircrews describe how, under new orders, they show no mercy to suspected Taliban fighters on the ground in Afghanistan Gethin Chamberlain, in Kandahar, for The Sunday Telegraph, 29 April 2007 Caught in the middle of the Helmand river, the fleeing Taliban were paddling their boat back to shore for dear life. Smoke from the

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  • Child victims of the battle to end a bloody civil war

    Child victims of the battle to end a bloody civil war0

    Gethin Chamberlain, in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Special report for The Guardian, 25 May, 2009 Lying howling on a torn mattress, in a cot by a window overlooking the Sri Lankan ­capital, Colombo, the wounded toddler was a pitiful sight. A female relative fretted, trying to calm the girl down as the medics worked around her.

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