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video 22 August 2014 UK, Iraq

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How to counter extremist narrative of IS - video

Muslim leaders roundly condemn the murder of captive journalist James Foley by jihadi fighters - calling it totally abhorrent - and completely alien to Islam.

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Has Notting Hill carnival lost its soul? - video

The Notting Hill Carnival kicks off its 50 year celebrations this weekend - in what's become one of the world's largest street festivals. It started life, though, as a political protest.

video 22 August 2014 UK, Iraq

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How should the US tackle IS threat? - video

Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb tells Channel 4 News the key to progress in Iraq is the US relationship with Iraqs government - and that governments relationship with Sunni tribes.

post 22 August 2014
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Why sorry can be the hardest word for doctors

There are many doctors who would gladly have apologised when a mistake has been made but who will have been told by their management or their lawyers that they should do no such thing.

article 22 August 2014 UK
Detainees at immigration detention centres across the UK are working for as little as 1 an hour, carrying out work that could potentially save private contractors millions of pounds each year.
by Detainees paid pin money to paint, clean and serve food

Detainees at immigration detention centres across the UK are working for as little as 1 an hour, carrying out work that could potentially save private contractors millions of pounds each year.

post 22 August 2014
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Sarah Waters: how grim reality of war changed women's lives

If the lives of UK women, and especially lesbian women, are very different now, there's a very contemporary relevance to Waters' reflections on the futility of war and the terrible toll it exacted.

article 22 August 2014 UK, Iraq
America's most senior general Martin Dempsey says the military offensive against Islamic State should be broadened, with attacks on the militants in Syria as well as Iraq (Getty)
Must Syria's Assad be part of the west's fight against IS?

With America's most senior general calling for the military offensive against Islamic State to be broadened, some are asking if our enemy's enemy - Syria's President Assad - should now be our friend.

article 22 August 2014 UK
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LMA apologises for Mackay's 'friendly banter' apology

Ex-Cardiff manager Malky Mackay's statement that offensive text messages were "banter" was widely condemned: now the League Managers Association (LMA) has apologised for its apology.

post 21 August 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog The hunt for the 'British' jihadi who killed James Foley

A manhunt is under way for the jihadi, believed to be British, who appeared in video footage showing the murder of US journalist James Foley.