Evgeny Lebedev

Evgeny Lebedev is chairman of Independent Print Limited and Evening Standard Limited.

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Evgeny Lebedev, right, speaks to veteran Ashley Rosser

Homeless Veterans Appeal: Finding a hostel to stay in can be tough if you're down on your luck, but you can help us make it easier

With your donations we can make sure more veterans have places to sleep and get support

British military personnel aboard an RAF C-17 Globemaster flying home from Afghanistan. Not all find the future they hope for – as our campaign will demonstrate

Homeless Veterans Christmas Appeal: Those who served their country now need us to serve them

Help us to help veterans who have fallen on hard times this Christmas, says The Independent’s owner Evgeny Lebedev

Last year’s ‘Independent’ Christmas Appeal raised £500,000 to fight elephant poaching

Elephant Appeal 2013: How your money is already saving the world's giants

Last year’s ‘Independent’ Christmas Appeal raised £500,000 to fight poaching. Evgeny Lebedev returns to Kenya conservation area where the number of elephants killed has been reduced by a remarkable 80%

A Siberian Tiger

Save the tiger: Tiger, tiger, dying out - a majestic animal on its knees

To mark International Tiger Day, The Independent and the World Wildlife Fund are working together to highlight the dangers these iconic animals face

The spirit of a pure Christianity: Exploring Ethiopia's stunning subterranean churches

When he ventured into the mysterious subterranean churches of Ethiopia, Evgeny Lebedev not only visited one of the world’s architectural marvels, he experienced a humble Orthodox Christianity which shames Russia's own

Caped crusaders: What really goes on at the Knights of Malta's secretive headquarters?

The ancient religious order is at the centre of every conspiracy theory going. Evgeny Lebedev is invited into their headquarters in Rome

Evgeny Lebedev: After years of poaching, there's hope at last for the future of Africa's elephants

Thank you for your support for our partner charity Space for Giants

Evgeny Lebedev meets the warriors to hear about a remarkable project implemented on their tribal land that has restored animal numbers previously hunted almost to annihilation

Elephant Campaign: The Samburu know the land and its animals better than anyone: ‘The elephant is an elder to us – it is taboo to hurt one’

The Samburu tribe once lived side-by-side with elephants in Kenya’s remote Milgis region. Now they have joined the battle for protection

Wild and dangerous? Because elephants and humans live so closely in Kenya there are sometimes accidents

Poachers no longer in control of ‘Wild West’

Funds from The Independent’s charity appeal are already making a big difference in Kenya. Evgeny Lebedev reports from West Laikipia

Defence force: Kenya's poacher hunters

In the latest dispatch for our Christmas charity appeal, Evgeny Lebedev in Laikipia finds that gunfights with heavily armed enemies are a part of life for wildlife rangers

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He built his own reef, and was fatally shot there by an Israeli gunboat
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Spells like teen spirit

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