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Modern-day slavery: Forced labor generates $150 billion a year in illegal profits

Forced labour in the global private economy generates illegal profits of $150bn (£89bn) a year – three times more than previously thought – according to a report that lays bare the lucrative scale of the exploitation faced by millions of people trapped in modern-day slavery, coerced employment and trafficking.

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Manufacturing of Zeppelins temporarily shut down sausage makers in World War I

Quantity of cow intestines used in manufacturing airships was so enormous that making of sausages was temporarily outlawed in Germany

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Evangelical minister calls to embrace LGBT instead of 'condemn and exclude' policy

The Rev Steve Chalke says Christians need to find ways to support those in or seeking faithful same-sex partnerships

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Crossword master Araucaria reveals in puzzle that he is dying of cancer

The Rev John Graham tells Guardian readers he 'has 18 down of the 19, which is being treated with 13 15'

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Anglican priest refuses promotion over decision to continue banning female bishops

Rev Philip North was due to become bishop of Whitby, despite parishoners' opposition to his stance on women in church

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Police order: Assange must turn himself in

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been served with a police letter saying he has to present himself to a London police station on Friday, according to sources.

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Mountain climber engages in Twitter war with students who had to read his book

Even the most successful authors have to suffer the occasional fit of spite from critics and readers. Few, however, have to contend with the twin indignities of being branded a "crevasse wanker" and having their accounts of preternatural mountain endurance rubbished by sulky teens.

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Engines from Apollo 11 moon flight found in the Atlantic

Salvage operation led by Amazon boss aims to recover engines that powered the first moon landing

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