Someone Else’s War –  when your child joins the war against Isis
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Someone Else’s War – when your child joins the war against Isis

To date at least 20 British nationals, some with no previous experience of combat, have…

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Plastic in paradise: the battle for the Galápagos Islands’ future
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Plastic in paradise: the battle for the Galápagos Islands’ future

The Galápagos Islands are supposedly one of the most pristine locations on the planet, but…

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The biggest revolution in gene editing: Crispr-Cas9 explained
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The biggest revolution in gene editing: Crispr-Cas9 explained

Professor Jennifer Doudna, one the pioneers of Crispr-Cas9 gene editing explains how this important discovery…

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Brexit teens: coming of age during political chaos
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Brexit teens: coming of age during political chaos

Hear how teenagers from across Britain really feel about Brexit, in their own words. As…

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Where the River Runs Red – a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future
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Where the River Runs Red – a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future

In the isolated west of Tasmania an ominous red river divides the small mining town…

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‘People’s vote’ march: up close with anti-Brexit protesters at the ‘biggest ever demo’
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‘People’s vote’ march: up close with anti-Brexit protesters at the ‘biggest ever demo’

The Guardian spends the day with the estimated 1 million protesters who came from all…

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Brexit breakdown: a big day in the north
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Brexit breakdown: a big day in the north

Some hardcore remainers think they have heard enough from leave-voting northern towns, but people in…

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The Age of Stupid revisited: what’s changed on climate change?
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The Age of Stupid revisited: what’s changed on climate change?

Ten years after the climate movie The Age of Stupid had its green-carpet solar-powered premiere in…

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Why your memories can’t be trusted
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Why your memories can’t be trusted

Isis has my kids: I won’t stop till I get them home to the US
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Isis has my kids: I won’t stop till I get them home to the US

Four years ago, Bashir Shikder’s wife Rashida flew from Florida to Syria with the couple’s…

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