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THE GUARDIAN/The goal of limiting global heating to 1.5C is “more fragile” than ever, as world leaders prepare to meet for crucial climate talks, the president-designate of...

THE GUARDIAN/A United Nations body has agreed to a long-term aspirational goal for aviation of net-zero emissions by 2050, despite challenges from China and Russia, as countries...

THE GUARDIAN/It would be cynical to see Saudi Arabia’s efforts to secure the release of international prisoners held by Russian proxies in Ukraine as an...

THE GUARDIAN – Serhiy Bolvinov, the chief police investigator for Kharkiv region, told Sky News some of the people had been killed by shelling and...

THE GUARDIAN/Flash floods triggered by destructive monsoon rains across much of Pakistan have killed nearly 1,000 people and injured and displaced thousands more since June, officials have...

THE GUARDIAN/The highest level meeting of China’s ruling Communist party this week is likely to include constitutional changes to further cement the power of the...

THE GUARDIAN/At least 129 people died and 180 were injured after violence and a stampede erupted following an Indonesian league football match, police have said....

THE GUARDIAN/A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck south-eastern Taiwan on Saturday, the US Geological Survey said. The quake hit just after 9.30pm (1330 GMT) about 50km (30 miles)...

THE GUARDIAN/Harry and Meghan have appeared at Windsor Castle to greet well-wishers during the second day of national mourning. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived with...