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Kim Sengupta Remembering Srebrenica: When the world failed to stop a genocide

On the 25th anniversary of the massacre, a thousand bodies remain missing, writes Kim Sengupta

Special Report Americas

I was arrested, jailed and assaulted by a guard. My ‘crime’? Being a journalist in Trump’s America

In his 30-year career, The Independent’s Chief US Correspondent Andrew Buncombe has filed dispatches from across the world. Last week, while reporting on protests in Seattle, he was arrested for the first time. What he saw next throws the spotlight on a broken criminal justice system

Nadine Shah: ‘I didn’t know what gaslighting was’

The singer-songwriter talks to Georgie Rogers about her new album ‘Kitchen Sink’, her intense relationship with Amy Winehouse, and why a ‘happy ending’ doesn’t always have to involve marriage or children

review tv

Down to Earth with Zac Efron: hopelessly simplistic

The actor, while relentlessly positive, is not a natural travel presenter – and doesn’t seem to have any particular interest in the environment

state of the arts tv

The Independent’s Happy List 2020: Heroes in a crisis

Meet Britain’s happiness-spreading heroes: let’s celebrate the people doing remarkable things in response to the pandemic, as nominated by you

Long Reads

Mick O’Hare How the First World War is still being used in Hungarian populism

History often forgets it was the Austro-Hungarian empire that struck the initial blow in the First World War, not Germany. A century after the split of the empire, those scars are still felt, writes Mick O’Hare

MIguel Delaney Premier League

Uncertainty clouds Spurs and Arsenal before strange derby

In Jose Mourinho and Mikel Arteta, the rivals have demonstrated contrasting approaches to building for the future

Melissa Reddy Premier League

Ings leads Southampton’s quiet revolution under Hasenhuttl

The striker has 19 league goals, but beyond the numbers, drives the club’s front-foot approach

Sean O'Grady Chris Grayling as chair of the intelligence committee? An oxymoron

Boris Johnson has been trying to delay the publication of the committee's report on Russian interference since last autumn. Perhaps persuading Tory MPs to back the failed former justice and transport minister was just a clever way of wasting time?

What are new discounts on restaurant food and how can you claim them?

Chancellor Rishi Sunak says he wants to see pubs, restaurants and cafes ‘bustling again’

Jessica Hynes interview: ‘No one cares about me, I’m just an old fart'

As the dark new BBC comedy returns for series two, its star tells Fiona Sturges she feels lucky to still be getting acting jobs

Copaganda: Why film and TV portrayals of the police are under fire

Images of badass cops or lovable goofballs on our screens needs revising, and not just in US shows like ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ but British TV too, says our new arts columnist Micha Frazer-Carroll

Fast fashion books: Learn the truth behind the industry

Garment workers in Leicester's factories have been found to be paid as little as ?3.50 per hour and forced to work, even when they've shown signs of coronavirus, while conditions in other countries are terrifying. As consumers, it’s time to rethink and help bring about change

Journey into the world of Peter Beard

Discover his unique collection of works featuring photography, ecology, and diary writing

Coronavirus: The global gap in education

Photojournalist Paddy Dowling examines how the organisation and their partners are racing to retain the most marginalised children in school in a post-Covid world

Toyota workers fired over 'disgusting' video mocking George Floyd

Two high-ranking staff at Toyota have been fired for appearing to mock George Floyd's death in a shocking video.