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  • Volodymyr Zelenskiy

    Zelenskiy warns nation to prepare for Russian attacks on infrastructure

    Troops anticipating onslaught in eastern theatre of war as winter approaches
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    168赛车现场直播+数据分析 country over amnesty deal for Catalan separatists

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    Climate crisis
    Deal to resettle climate-hit Tuvalu residents shows world ‘what’s at stake’, European officials say

  • Nicolas Sarkozy; Yaël Braun-Pivet; Gérard Larcher; Élisabeth Borne and François Hollande at the march

    Politicians join 100,000 at Paris march against antisemitism

    • Italy
      Lion wanders streets of town near Rome after escaping from circus

    • Greece
      Leftwing faction splits from Syriza opposition party

    • US
      Five military members killed after aircraft crashes into Mediterranean

    • Canada
      Fashion mogul Peter Nygard found guilty of sexual assault

    • ICC
      UK government challenged over inquiry into Israel’s conduct

    • Ireland
      Woman inspired to return African and Aboriginal antiquities by Guardian article


  • An artwork by Ignacy Czwartos

    ‘An anti-European manifesto’
    Poland’s Venice Biennale entry defies inclusive theme

  • Surgeons performing a heart valve replacement

    How digital twins may enable personalised health treatment

    Research is growing into computational models that will move medicine beyond what works on the average patient
  • Gilets jaunes rally

    More public investment, not less, could lift advanced economies out of their malaise

    Larry Elliott
    Western nations are caught in a low-growth trap, with tricky political choices to make – but there is a way out


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    Giraffepods, hot masks and a massage pillow
    Testing Japan’s answers to the perfect power nap

    In a country where more than 40% get less than six hours’ sleep a night and millions nap at work, new ways to grab forty winks are big business
  • Bill Bailey on his Australian adventure.

    Bill Bailey’s Australian Adventure review
    You don’t get this level of strangeness from Michael Portillo

  • Joaquin Phoenix in Napoleon, which is due in cinemas on 22 November.

    Obsession, jealousies and Joséphine
    Has Ridley Scott’s new film captured the real Napoleon?

    Love or loathe him, Bonaparte is central to French identity. Good luck to Hollywood in turning existential angst into an epic, says Andrew Hussey
  • The dancers are caught in wild poses

    The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady review
    Dancers take the audience with them on a wild jazz ride

    The slinky grooves of Charles Mingus animate the expressive dancers of Clod Ensemble, who sweep up the crowd in a joyful celebration of movement
    • Golden TV sets showing scenes from Vinyl, Breaking Bad, Made Men, The Sopranos and House of Cards.

      ‘A recipe for blandness’
      Critic Peter Biskind on why quality television is in chronic decline

    • group of people smiling around a table

      ‘It never ends’
      The book club that spent 28 years reading Finnegans Wake

    • Illustration of a giant pink piggy bank with a man climbing up it using a rope and three people standing, looking up at him/the piggybank

      Is the wealth gap ruining friendships?

    • Putting the kettle on: probably very good for you in a lot of little ways.

      Should I worry
      That my hot drink will give me cancer?

  • Shain Shapiro

    From K-pop to reggaeton, English language music no longer reigns supreme

    Shain Shapiro
    Generous investment in Seoul, Bogotá and beyond has created local artists who can rip up the world stage. Meanwhile, the UK cuts its funding, says Shain Shapiro
  • Illustration by Nicola Jennings

    Nicola Jennings on Macron’s Gaza ceasefire call

  • Stills from the film How To Have Sex by Molly Manning Walker. Mia McKenna-Bruce (Tara) and Shaun Thomas (Badger)

    How to Have Sex broke my heart: it shows that consent is still a hazy concept

    Barbara Ellen
  • Trucks loaded with people and possessions wait in line

    Across the globe, compassion for migrants has given way to cruel, performative politics

    Kenan Malik
  • Barbra Streisand in 1966

    How long since I last had fun? I remember a time in 2017 ...

    Emma Beddington
  • HS2 construction at Old Oak Common, west London

    From São Paulo to Old Oak Common: why being at the end of the railway line matters

    Torsten Bell
  • Rory McIlroy holds up his ball after making an eagle putt on the 13th hole during the final round of the 2022 Masters.

    McIlroy aims for record after fifth European order of merit

  • Barcelona's Robert Lewandowski celebrates after scoring the winner

    European football
    Lewandowski earns Barça win; fiery Rome derby ends goalless

    • Jürgen Klopp congratulates Diogo Jota on his goalscoring contribution.

      Klopp rails at early kick-off for Liverpool’s Man City showdown

    • Sophie Román Haug scores Liverpool's equaliser.

      Spurs 1-1 Liverpool
      Haug's header earns Reds WSL draw at Tottenham

    • Bill Belichick looks out on to the field during the final moments of Sunday’s game as Mac Jones takes in his benching

      Patriots crash again as Browns and Texans cause upsets

    • Mikaela Shiffrin with the reindeer that was part of her first-place prize

      Shiffrin gets 89th World Cup win – and a reindeer – with victory in Finland

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  • Volunteers collect plastic waste during a cleaning exercise in Kilifi county, Kenya.

    Plastic pollution
    Countries meet in Kenya to thrash out global treaty

  • Two polar Bears on an ice floe

    Emmanuel Macron pledges €1bn to fund research into melting ice caps

  • The artificial leaves were tested on the River Cam in and around Cambridge including sites such as the Bridge of Sighs.

    'Fantastically flexible'
    Floating factories of artificial leaves could make green fuel for jets and ships

  • A man attempts to rescue a boy from raging flood waters following heavy rains in Mogadishu, Somalia

    Weather tracker
    Fatal floods in Somalia and record heat in Tokyo

  • Couple with dog sit near boxes

    2008 financial crisis
    British millennials still bearing scars, says research

    Generation Y counterparts in the US have closed living standards gap on previous generations
  • Andrew Giles

    Eighty freed from immigration detention since landmark high court ruling

  • Ilhan Omar speaks during a news conference on the threat of default in May 2023 on Capitol Hill in Washington.

    Congresswoman Ilhan Omar faces Democratic primary challenge from ex-Minneapolis official

  • A cargo ship full of shipping containers makes its way up the Yarra River in Melbourne

    Port operator hit by cyber-attack says cargo may be stranded for ‘days’

    • Iceland
      Residents of volcano-threatened town allowed brief visit home

    • Riyadh
      Gulf states fend off call from Iran to arm Palestinians at summit

    • UK
      Minister accuses Labour of ‘playing politics’ over home secretary's protest comments

    • US Congress
      House speaker unveils Republican plan to avert government shutdown

    • ‘Violent colonialist’
      Magellan is unfit to keep his place in the night sky, say astronomers

    • Vatican
      Pope Francis dismisses conservative Texas bishop and critic Joseph Strickland

  • Simone Zimmerman shows flags she made as a child at school

    Raised to see Israel as a ‘Jewish Disneyland’
    Two US film-makers tell a different story

    A new documentary argues some young Jewish Americans – including the directors themselves – have been raised in a system that demands pro-Israel activism
  • Part of the cover of Led Zeppelin IV, showing the man whom a historian has identified as Lot Long, a Victorian thatcher from Wiltshire.

    Musical mysteries
    The unlikely album cover stars who became modern pop enigmas

  • Residents evacuate from Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip, 2 November 2023.

    An experts’ guide
    Culture to help understand the Israel-Palestine conflict

  • Alan Sparhawk performing at Le Guess Who festival in Utrecht, 11 November 2023.

    Alan Sparhawk review
    Beautiful, obliterating hymns to Low’s Mimi Parker

  • On another planet: Iman Vellani, Brie Larson and Teyonah Parris in The Marvels.

    The Marvels review
    Superheroes to zeros in tepid franchise addition

  • Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane photographed from above, with a lake and the fronds of a willow behind them

    Folk music
    Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane: The Moon Also Rises review – celebratory and thought-provoking

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  • Catherine Carr sitting on a bench in a busy city centre

    'People are keen for connection'
    The openness of talking to strangers – and the intimate stories they share

  • Canal St Martin in Paris, people on a bridge framed with autumn leaves

    Paris holidays
    The French capital for art lovers

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    Nigel Slater recipes
    Grilled herring and pomegranate, and blackberries and toasted oatmeal


    Welcome to the glorious agony of football

    Séamas O’Reilly
  • Sourdough bread on wooden shelves.

    Bread of heaven: sourdough may have had its day, but we’ll always love a loaf

    Rachel Cooke
  • Weekend
    Weekend podcast: Harry Potter’s stunt double on life after breaking his neck on set, and Marina Hyde on Nadine Dorries’s new book

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    ‘Incoherence and inconsistency’: the inside story of the Rwanda deportation plan – podcast

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    Suella Braverman, the police and the protests

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    Chaos in Copenhagen and Arsenal’s easy night – Football Weekly Extra

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    The king’s speech, Suella Braverman and ‘hate marches’ – Politics Weekly UK

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    Catholic dioceses are declaring bankruptcy. Abuse survivors say it’s a ‘way to silence’ them

    The insolvency of California dioceses has caused some cases be put on hold, even as a $175m cathedral has risen over Oakland
  • Rashida Tlaib on the steps of the US Capitol on Wednesday. ‘I can’t believe I have to say this, but Palestinian people are not disposable,’ she said in the chamber.

    ‘I will not be silenced’
    US congresswoman Rashida Tlaib won’t stop fighting for Palestinian rights

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