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Adela Suliman

Ssssh: As cities surge, some seek a new aim - peace and quiet

18 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON/LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Music teacher and composer Haskell Small remembers when the noise became too much for him.

Compulsory photo ID to vote sparks fears of vulnerable Britons losing out

15 Oct 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Thousands of homeless people and minority groups in Britain could be blocked from voting in national elections if government plans requiring voters to show photo identification go ahead, civil society groups warned on Tuesday.

Compulsory photo ID to vote sparks fears of vulnerable Britons losing out

15 Oct 2019

LONDON, Oct 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Thousands of homeless people and minority groups in Britain could be blocked from voting in national elections if government plans requiring voters to show photo identification go ahead, civil society groups warned on Tuesday.

FEATURE-New on the menu: Could 'dark kitchens' gobble up Britain's high street restaurants?

08 Oct 2019

LONDON, Oct 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Eccie Newton and her sister began making fresh salads and sandwiches to deliver to London office workers, their start-up company Karma Cans became so popular they soon had to expand - and hit a common roadblock: space.

Homeless photographer's haunting images spotlight London's 'invisible' population

04 Oct 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A crumpled cigarette packet, wet footsteps on an empty street, a slender syringe pushed against a wall - lonely images that exemplify the haunting exhibition of photographs taken by a homeless Londoner, which opened on Thursday.

Homeless photographer's haunting images spotlight London's 'invisible' population

04 Oct 2019

LONDON, Oct 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A crumpled cigarette packet, wet footsteps on an empty street, a slender syringe pushed against a wall - lonely images that exemplify the haunting exhibition of photographs taken by a homeless Londoner, which opened on Thursday.

FEATURE-Face masks to decoy t-shirts: The rise of anti-surveillance fashion

26 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As top designers wrapped up London Fashion Week and made their way to Paris to grab the world's attention with their lavish creations, a group of artists in London were making their own fashion statement, in a bid to become invisible.

Millions in England one pay cheque away from homelessness

19 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Almost three million people in England are one pay cheque away from losing their homes because they cannot pay the rent, housing charity Shelter said on Thursday.

Countries urged to protect property in war to save culture, identity

07 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 7 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More must be done to prevent the destruction of cultural property during conflicts, from museums to libraries, in order to preserve communities, artists and academics told a symposium called "Culture Under Attack" on Saturday.

Factbox: As rooster wins noise pollution case, 10 unusual neighbor disputes

05 Sep 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A French court case which saw a cockerel win the right to crow despite complaints that he was a noise nuisance has highlighted battles among some property owners over sights, sounds, and smells disturbing their home life.

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