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Global report, Headlines from the last seven days (10 mn)

1. ENVIRONMENT Cutting meatrich diets key to fighting climate change Huge reductions in meat-eating are essential to avoid dangerous climate change, according to the most comprehensive analysis y...


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Eyewitness : Bridgend, South Wales (1 mn)

The raging sea Rachel Brown's stunning image of waves battering Porthcawl Pier in western Britain during Storm Ophelia in October 2017 was among the shortlisted entries for this year's Landscape ...


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Global report, United Kingdom (2 mn)

Lost in action British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt, centre, and his EU counterparts take a break in the gardens at Chevening, his retreat inKent PATRICK TSUI/FCO BREXIT Border backstop impasse ...


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The big story, Crisis in the kingdom (5 mn)

Jamal Khashoggi • The journalist was last seen in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul • Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of ordering Khashoggi's murder • The scandal threatens to i...


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Analysis, Saudi unease Khashoggi case raises awkward questions for kingdom's allies (4 mn)

Jamal Khashoggi’s fate was still unknown at the time of going to press, but the repercussions of the Saudi journalist’s disappearance and reports of his killing are being felt around the Middle Eas...


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Migration, Eritrea's joy becomes ethiopia's burden amid huge exodus (5 mn)

Mass exit The opening of the border between Eritrea and Ethiopia last month has led many Eritreans to leave, including those escaping from indefinite military service MICHAEL TEWELDE Abraham and Bi...


United Nations, Eritrea : Rights abuser UN elevation confers dubious respectability on the undeserving (2 mn)

The ruling regime in Eritrea is generally held to be one of the worst human rights abusers in the world. Eritreans fleeing oppression account for a large proportion of migrants seeking refuge in Eu...


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Global Security, Could China and America's 'new cold war' heat up? (4 mn)

Stepping up The Chinese navy has been ordered to use more aggressive tactics REUTERS From sea skirmishes to cyber war and trade, Beijing and Washington are squaring off – and neither will back dow...


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Analysis, Football Investments are protected and for now ronaldo is toobig to fail (3 mn)

Global brand Cristiano Ronaldo of Juventus is one of the world's most marketable sports stars ALESSANDRO SABATTINI/ GETTY As the Uefa Nations League weekender rolled on from last Friday into Tuesd...


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Eyewitness, Turkey (1 mn)

Water shortage An aerial view of a sunken ship that appeared on Lake Van, eastern Turkey, after a fall in water levels. This year's seasonal conditions were exacerbated by the worst drought the r...


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Race, Stop and search gets worse for black britons (3 mn)

Abuse of power Justice system 'criminalises black people' STEFAN ROUSSEAU/ Despite Theresa May vowing to correct bias , research finds increased ethnic disparity in controversial policing powers O...


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Undercover Policing, Leftwing party was infiltrated 'for decades' (2 mn)

Small but vocal SWP membership was in thousands JONATHAN HORDLE/REX Police deployed 24 undercover officers to infiltrate a small leftwing political party over a 37-year period, the Guardian has rev...


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Immigration, Denver's house of hope for migrant detainees (5 mn)

One woman is putting her Christian values into practice in the home she opens to those released from detention Eight years ago, Sarah Jackson went on an all-expenses-paid trip with her church to le...


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Italy : ‘He did it to save lives’ – migrants fight to save a mayor (3 mn)

In solidarity Supporters of Domenico Lucano MARCO COSTANTINO Domenico Lucano revitalised his small town in Calabria by welcoming foreigners. Now he has been detained by the state In 2009, shortly ...


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France, Dead pricey: Paris only has graves for the rich (3 mn)

Grave situation Père Lachaise cemetery GETTY 40% Rise in cost of a grave in Paris since 2008 14 Cemeteries that have up to 97% of plots sold Even the dead, it seems, cannot escape the rocketing ...


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Botswana, Population lessons for the rest of the world (6 mn)

Good news Infant mortality rates have decreased dramatically ALAMY The African nation has had one of the fastest falls in fertility rates due to its family planning initiatives At the end of a dus...


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Marine Conservation, The super Manx ocean cleanup (7 mn)

Puffin perch Sea birds benefit from conservation GETTY On the Isle of Man, local people are working together to tackle the twin threats of plastic waste and overfishing Standing on a windswept bea...


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Artificial Intelligence : Down on the robot farmstead (5 mn)

Steady hand Transplanting lettuce seedlings TRAVIS CARROLL A California company has turned to autonomous machines to solve a shortage of agricultural labourers America’s first autonomous robot far...


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Haruki Murakami , High Weirdness (10 mn)

People tell Haruki Murakami his books are strange. But, he says, we have to experience the weird to make a better world. The day before we meet in Manhattan, a woman stopped Haruki Murakami in Cen...


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Why would anyone want to be a football referee? Officials blow the whistle (16 mn)

Ref! Fever pitch London youth league referee Abdulkadir Arshe BEN QUINTON It is a wet Saturday morning in September, the kind when the prickling heat of August feel s a distant memory. In Regent’...


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Opinion, Letters (4 mn)

• Prepare yourself for a bumpy but satisfying ride As I open the pages of the last old-style Guardian Weekly, I find myself reflecting on what a roller coaster ride it is , particularly if read i...


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Architecture, Restoration projects and the far-right : This is the Modern World (6 mn)

A new photography project documents the experience of contemporary life Teeing off Mission Hills Caddies, Dongguan, China, 2011 ANDREW ROWAT Tame voyage Wild River, Florida, from Fake Holidays 20...


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Architecture, Heritage Foundations (5 mn)

Factory palms Electric hand prostheses stand on a test station REINER RIEDLER Two restoration projects in Germany are raising fears that the idea of a return to ‘tradition’ is being used covertly...


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Reviews (2 mn)

MUSIC Wanderer Cat Power, Domino After a contretemps with her previous employer, who had hopes that Chan Marshall aka Cat Power would go mainstream, she took her new album elsewhere. The songs...


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Culture, Books : Biography , Gandhi as a Fantasy (3 mn)

Hallowed ground Gandhi’s life has become a fable BISWARANJAN ROUT Ramachandra Guha seeks to cast Gandhi as a liberal above all else and avoids the more difficult areas of the Indian leader’s think...


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Culture, Books : Nonfiction, The day of the dead (5 mn)

A protest in support of the missing teacher- training students EDGARD GARRIDO/ REUTERS This investigation into the fate of 43 students who were ‘disappeared’ reveals horrifying levels of violence ...


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The books that made me No.2, Rachel Kushner (1 mn)

The book I am currently reading A new novel by Ben Lerner, in manuscript. The book that changed my life Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian made an impact when I read it as a young person. But maybe P...


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Culture, Books : Fiction, Lost in the Flood (3 mn)

The noise of the Paris provides the raw materials for Sebastian Faulks’s tale of two narrators trying to satisfy different desires Nineteen-year-old Tariq falls in love with his reflection while t...


Steven Poole’s, Word of the week : ‘Infamous’ (1 mn)

At the Conservative party’s conference, Boris Johnson claimed that “the idea of a second [Brexit] vote is infamous”. But is it? An “infamous” thing or person, in modern usage, is generally agreed t...


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Poetry, From private to public (1 mn)

Kate Tempest’s latest collection shows a poet who is reckless with intimacy – and with the language she chooses to describe it This is the most personal collection Kate Tempest has ever written. I...


The weekly recipe, No. 2 Potato, Polenta and Cheese Pancake (1 mn)

Prep 15 min Cooking 45 min Serves 24 • VEGETARIAN • GLUTEN FREE Ingredients 500 g potatoes , peeled and roughly chopped Extra-virgin olive oil 1 onion, thinly sliced 100g sharp cheddar, gr...


Diversions, Notes & Queries (2 mn)

If you are reading this right now, then I suppose it has been successful Has evolution been a success? We don’t know because we haven’t got “there” yet! Avril Taylor, Dundas, Ontario, Canada • R...


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Country Diary Est. 1906, Wenlock Edge : Shropshire (1 mn)

On the brightest of days, the road into autumn is a frenetic gyratory for wasps, bees and hoverflies around outcrops of ivy. The yellows and browns of their bodies are the colours of changing leave...


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Environment, All is not lost over climate change, Jeremy Corbyn's leadership has transformed British politics (4 mn)

During Theresa May’s local elections, the Conservative party in Ilford, a town in east London, distributed a leaflet with no policies and no achievements, bearing the headline, “What we’re doing/ha...


Diplomacy Nikki Haley's UN exit shows the chaos of Trump's foreign policy (3 mn)

Another one bites the dust. That’s the story of Donald Trump’s foreign policy team. In his 22nd month in office, the president is on his third national security adviser and second secretary of stat...


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Opinion, Climate : Please don't despair. History shows us we can still save the planet (4 mn)

In response to last week’s IPCC report on the climate crisis – which warned that “unprecedented” changes would occur if global warming increases 1.5C beyond the pre-industrial period – a standup co...


Climate change represents a global emergency that we can't afford to ignore (2 mn)

Climate change is an existential threat to the human race. The latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change tells us that there are only a dozen or so years in which to change our...