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THE GUARDIAN/Holidaymakers have been evacuated from beaches by rescue boats in Turkey after wildfires threatened hotels in the Aegean resort of Bodrum. Coastguard vessels were joined by...

The Guardian – Just a few months ago Methodist University hospital had no Covid-19 patients, with hopes that the widespread availability and effectiveness of vaccination in...

The Guardian – The death toll from catastrophic floods in western Germany and Belgium has risen to more than 150, local authorities have said, as emergency services...

THE GUARDIAN/Huge crowds of protesters have returned to the streets of Brazil’s biggest cities to demand the removal of a president they blame for more...

THE GUARDIAN/Hong Kong’s new police chief has called for a “fake news” law to tackle “hostility against the police”, in what analysts see as an...

The Guardian – Five years after the fateful referendum on 23 June 2016, what is the current balance sheet of Brexit? Answer: two weakened unions, the...

The Guardian – The CDC has advised people to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status, prompting a political fight in several US states. On...

THE GUARDIAN/President Bashar al-Assad took the oath of office for a fourth term in war-ravaged Syria on Saturday, after officially winning 95% of the vote in an...

THE GUARDIAN/Boris Johnson faces a growing revolt over plans to end most Covid restrictions on 19 July – including the mandatory wearing of face masks...

The Guardian – Left-leaning states had focused on how global heating would affect others, but the record heatwave in the Pacific north-west is forcing a...

The Guardian – The sun beat down on the 30ft border fence that separates El Paso, Texas from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, as temperatures headed towards 100F...

THE GUARDIAN/French police clashed for hours with party-goers at a 1,500-strong illegal rave over the weekend, with one party-goer losing a hand and five officers...