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The West on a roll
Three separate homes offer endless opportunities to make the West Country dream come true
What's good for the goose...
On a soft September morning, John Lewis-Stempel turns his attention to the farm’s Toulouse geese, which need to get fat on the latest flush of grass
Going out on a limb
An eclectic group of artists is breathing new life into the time-honoured pastime of painting trees. Laura Gascoigne meets The Arborealists
When laying a table, more is definitely the merrier
Up to speed
The debate over which is faster, the grouse or the golden plover,has raged for decades, finds Jonathan Young, as he aims to gauge our quickest sporting quarry once and for all
The man who can teach any dog new tricks
For many, owning a well-behaved gundog is a goal we never quite achieve, but Ben Randall’s methods and training app look set to change all that, finds Paula Lester, as she watches him put her labrador through his paces
Listening to the land
When Libby Russell moved to Batcombe House, Somerset, it was the countryside with which she fell in love. Over the past 17 years, she has taken cues from that landscape to create a garden that is entirely at home in its setting, reveals Natasha Goodfellow
Comfort and convenience
Modernist country houses of the 1930s and post-Second World War period could be stylish buildings that made use of new technology. They deserve to be better known, as Adrian Tinniswood explains
A taste of earth and sunshine
More than 60 years since Ladybird launched its much-loved series of ‘What to Look For’ Nature guides, Claire Jackson recalls fondly the quartet of books that have recently been re-released
A Northern powerhouse of conservation
Having returned otters to our waterways, the late Philip Wayre’s quest to improve wildlife lives on across a carefully managed tract of land in Weardale, finds Robin Page
The Untold Story Of The Real Heroes Of Benghazi
They survived Benghazi only to become unwitting players in a never-ending scandal. If they have to fight, they’ll fight. But this time it’s to protect their own.
Man behind Pak nuclear weapons programme dies
AQ Khan made the world a dangerous place by smuggling nuclear technology to Iran, N Korea
UN cite evidence of war crimes in Libya
INVESTIGATORS commissioned by the UN’s top human rights body have said they turned up evidence of possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Libya.
REVIVING INDIA-LIBYA RELATIONSHIP
Indian Economic Trade Organization signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Libyan African Business Council in Tunisia during the Financial Investment Trade Africa (FITA 2021) held in Tunis on June 25.
Libya launches COVID-19 vaccination drive
TRIPOLI: Libya on Saturday launched its coronavirus vaccination campaign for the general population in Tripoli, with the elderly and healthcare workers given priority in the conflict-hit North African nation.
Libya fails to hold war criminals accountable: HRW
Council members need to ensure that the court has sufficient means and political backing to do its vital work on behalf of victims of grave abuses, says official
Call for tragic WPC to receive George medal
MURDERED WPC Yvonne Fletcher should be awarded a posthumous George Medal for bravery, Parliament will be told this week.
Libya rescues over 1,500 migrants in a week
TRIPOLI: Libya has rescued more than 1,500 would-be migrants off its west coast in the past week, a non-governmental organisation said.
Libyan rivals swap prisoners as part of truce deal, says UN
UNSMIL says the exchange, supervised by a joint military panel took place in Al Shwayrif, calls on both sides to speed up the implementation of the agreement
US blacklists Libya militia tied to murders, torture
US blacklisted Kaniyat militia and its leader after Russia prevented a UN Security Council committee from imposing sanctions over human rights abuses by the group