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Al Baarini family's dreams were shattered when they were forced to leave Syria in 2012, but two years after their move to Britain, they have new aspirations
'I saw many of my neighbours starve to death including my mother and one of my younger sisters,' Song Byeok tells The Independent
Mass graves, debt cycles and how ‘Big Death’ undertakers make money from the grief of British families
'If you can’t laugh at yourself it’s going to make it a lot harder for you'
While inspecting prototypes for Trump’s notorious campaign promise, I encountered a family whose desperate situation will continue to outsize any wall
Residents credit the President with improvements in their mining industry, though experts say external factors are the real reason
It's one year until the UK officially leaves the European Union.
Some have speculated as to whether the cryptocurrency could rise to $1m per coin
The Independent looks at what will happen once the mechanism for triggering divorce proceedings with the EU is activated
Up and coming R&B singer performed stunning renditions of two original songs
The 'Lost in Translation' star lends his voice to Boss, a liver-spotted mutt and former baseball mascot, in Wes Anderson's stop-motion animation
Already dismissed critically and commercially in the US, 'Wonder Wheel' could be Allen’s last film to attract major stars, or get a major release, after allegations that he sexually abused his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow
'You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch'
Nick Robinson stars a closeted teen who strikes up an online relationship with a fellow classmate