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THE GUARDIAN/At least seven people were killed after a 6.0 magnitude quake struck off the coast of Indonesia’s main Java island on Saturday, as the...

The Guardian – Fossil-fuel companies have received billions of dollars in tax benefits from the US government as part of coronavirus relief measures, only to...

THE GUARDIAN/A six-year-old boy has found a fossil dating back millions of years in his garden after receiving a fossil-hunting kit for Christmas. Siddak Singh...

The Guardian – Mark Zuckerberg, the head of Facebook, could be in for a rough ride on Thursday when he testifies to Congress for the...

The Guardian – Part of Myanmar’s biggest city has turned into a battle zone, with burning barricades and security forces firing at unarmed anti-coup protesters. Traumatised residents have...

The Guardian – At the end of last year Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro declared his country had reached “the tail end” of what was already one...

THE GUARDIAN/Ministers are preparing to relax post-Brexit plans for border checks on food and other imports from the European Union because of fears that they will further...

The Guardian – Across the UK schools are again preparing for a phased or full return of pupils to the classroom. Most weary parents, compassionate teachers and...

The Guardian – Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot coronavirus vaccine appeared safe and effective in trials, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) staff said in documents published...

THE GUARDIAN/A hundred suspect members of a gang that allegedly ferried hashish and marijuana from Morocco to Spain in high-powered speedboats have been arrested, police said. The...

The Guardian – If Britain’s museums gave back all the stolen stuff then their galleries would be empty and they’d all have to be shut...

The Guardian – The erupting Fagradalsfjall volcano, the continuing protests in Myanmar, a container ship blocks the Suez Canal, flooding in Australia and the enduring...

THE GUARDIAN/Days after the military seized power from an elected government on 1 February, peaceful demonstrators gathered across the country with expectations of bloody slaughter at the hands...

THE GUARDIAN/Sri Lanka has announced plans to ban the wearing of burqas and said it would close more than 1,000 Islamic schools known as madrassas,...

The Guardian – Hundreds of children between the ages of 12 and 16 who have been given the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccination in Israel experienced no serious side-effects, a senior...

The Guardian – Kamala Harris broke a Senate tie to begin debate on the coronavirus relief package. After the Senate deadlocked on whether to take up the...

THE GUARDIAN/Dozens of schoolchildren, teachers and their relatives have been freed after they were abducted by gunmen in central Nigeria 10 days ago, in one...