Articles by Christopher Harress

Christopher is the defense reporter for International Business Times, counting on his four years as logistics officer in the British Royal Navy to inform his daily reporting on the nexus of business, politics, international affairs and defense. He came to IBT after graduating from the renowned investigative course at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, where he delved into an array of topics, including FIFA corruption and employment discrimination against military veterans
Once a freelancer, Christopher has reported from Senegal, all across Europe, New Zealand and Australia. His investigations have appeared prominently in the New York Times and FourFourTwo magazine, where he won an Overseas Press Club award for his reporting on the human trafficking of young soccer players from Senegal to France. Originally from Edinburgh, Scotland, he currently lives in New York and splits his time between playing Sunday league soccer and frightening people by wearing his kilt. 

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US Tops Countries In Food And Clothes Wastage

US Tops Countries In Food And Clothes Wastage: Study

According to the study, people in the U.S. wasted 24 percent of their grocery shopping, 35 percent of their belongings remained unused when they shift from one place to another, and 82 percent of their clothes from the previous year remained unworn.
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Who Is 'El Mencho'?

Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes has been identified as the most powerful crime figure living today since "El Chapo" got arrested in 2016.