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The Guardian- An ampoule of Antarctic air from the year 1765 forms the centrepiece of a new exhibition that reveals the hidden histories contained in...

The Guardian- Bernie Sanders, the leftwing firebrand who has drawn the fight against poverty and inequality into the mainstream of American politics, issued a call...

The Guardian – Canada granted asylum to four people who hid former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in their tiny Hong Kong apartments when he was on the run...

THE GUARDIAN/The influential sister of North Korea’s leader said that an inter-Korean summit could take place, but only if mutual “respect” and “impartiality” are guaranteed....

The Guardian- A volcano has erupted on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma, sending lava shooting into the air and streaming in rivers towards...

The Guardian – Helmand’s new Taliban governor, who spent years as a commander fighting the British in Sangin, welcomes visitors with an assault rifle lying on his desk....

THE GUARDIAN/A single case of the highly contagious Delta variant had been detected and the government called a snap level-4 lockdown, introducing some of the...

The Guardian – As the north-eastern US reeled from catastrophic damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, politicians and city officials warned that the climate...

THE GUARDIAN/Radically different experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic have created toxic geographical, generational and societal divides across Europe that could shape the continent’s politics for years to...

THE GUARDIAN/Iran has amassed more than 120kg of 20% enriched uranium, well above the level agreed to in the 2015 deal with world powers, the...

THE GUARDIAN/Tens of thousands of protesters have returned to the streets of Brazil’s biggest cities to demand Jair Bolsonaro’s impeachment, as a poll showed the...

The Guardian- The US homeland security secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, on Sunday defended the Biden administration’s decision to send thousands of Haitians to a home country they...

The Guardian – Women must be enabled to play a greater role at the Cop26 summit, as the needs of women and girls are being overlooked...

THE GUARDIAN/The 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck southern Haiti on 14 August killed more than 2,200 and left 30,000 homeless. But while foreign aid and builders have...

The Guardian- Top security officials in Congress are expected to reinstall fencing around the Capitol and authorize the use of deadly force ahead of a...

The Guardian – I was asleep when the first plane hit. At the time, I lived just four blocks from the World Trade Center, right...

THE GUARDIAN/New Zealand had tried for years to deport the terrorist who stabbed shoppers in an Auckland supermarket on Friday before being shot dead by...