”If Trump had to cheat to get in, I’m OK with that”: Voters on Russia scandal
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”If Trump had to cheat to get in, I’m OK with that”: Voters on Russia scandal

Trump supporters in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, cast much of the blame for his stumbles on…

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Abortion frontline of America: life and death in Texas
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Abortion frontline of America: life and death in Texas

New Texan anti-abortion laws are putting women’s lives at risk, according to pro-choice campaigners. Subscribe…

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The tobacco industry’s march on Africa | Guardian Explainers
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The tobacco industry’s march on Africa | Guardian Explainers

With smoking in decline in much of the developed world, tobacco companies are putting their…

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The fight to stop Chicago’s gang killings: ‘He died sitting on our front porch’
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The fight to stop Chicago’s gang killings: ‘He died sitting on our front porch’

Over the Fourth of July weekend, over 100 people were shot in Chicago – a…

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At 11 years old, they’re getting pregnant’: the women smashing Catholic taboos in the Philippines
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At 11 years old, they’re getting pregnant’: the women smashing Catholic taboos in the Philippines

Such is the stigma around sex education and family planning in the Philippines that 65%…

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The Yamuna, India’s most polluted river
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The Yamuna, India’s most polluted river

Guardian India correspondent Michael Safi takes a journey along the Yamuna river. Stretching 855 miles…

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Limbo: A virtual experience of waiting for asylum – Guardian VR – 360 video
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Limbo: A virtual experience of waiting for asylum – Guardian VR – 360 video

There are approximately 31,500 asylum seekers in the UK waiting for a decision about their…

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After the rain: what is happening to Hong Kong’s democracy?
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After the rain: what is happening to Hong Kong’s democracy?

Two decades after the UK handed it back to China, President Xi Jinping is in…

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The last Hong Kong governor: Chris Patten on 20 years after the handover
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The last Hong Kong governor: Chris Patten on 20 years after the handover

Chris Patten, Hong Kong’s last governor, handed the former colony back to China on 1…

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Why do people still go hungry? | Guardian Animations
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Why do people still go hungry? | Guardian Animations

There is enough food in the world to go around, yet hundreds of millions of…

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