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‘They’ll fight for you’: how Scotland’s guardians change young refugees’ lives

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Joseph was just 16 years old when he arrived completely alone in Scotland – a country he had never heard of – seeking safety, after travelling across the world for six months from Vietnam to the UK, living in forests ...

Dare you take the Guardian’s hideously horrible Halloween culture quiz?

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If it is gothic, spooky, scary, haunted or just plain weird, and was in a book, a film, a TV show or some music, you might just be about to get asked about it. How will you fare with these 25 questions about things th...

Guardians of the Galaxy review – cinematic adventure marred by tedious gameplay

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A teenager’s bedroom some time in the 1980s. A boy is listening to his favourite band when his mother enters his room for a heart-to-heart. A very normal situation, only that this boy is Peter Quill, and this is the m...

The Guardian’s climate pledge

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In 2019, the Guardian made a pledge in service of the planet. We declared that the escalating climate crisis was the defining issue of our lifetime, and that quality, trustworthy reporting on the environment was a vit...

Have your photos published in the Guardian’s letters pages

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We would like to highlight some of the best of your photography in the Guardian paper. Since 2014 our letters page has carried amazing images readers have shared: some of them being newsworthy, others more abstract. ...

Guardians of the Galaxy: where video games and Marvel truly align

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It’s fair to say that Square Enix didn’t have the smoothest entry into the Marvel Universe. The company’s Avengers-themed online action game has had problems with bugs, matchmaking and endgame repetition, and is strug...

Guardians of the Sea: Cape Verde’s ‘fish detectives’ try to keep extinction at bay

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Older fishermen such as Boaventura Martins, 60, have noticed the fish have not only become more scarce, but smaller. Some species have disappeared, he says. On a good day, Martins will catch 10kg (22lb) of fish, which...

Cleveland’s baseball team will be called Guardians after racism accusations

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Known as the Indians since 1915, Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team will be called Guardians. The ballclub announced the name change Friday with a video on Twitter narrated by actor Tom Hanks, ending months of int...

The Pegasus project: why investigations like this are at the heart of the Guardian’s mission

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When the Guardian’s head of investigations, Paul Lewis, first told me about a huge data leak suggesting authoritarian regimes were possibly using smartphone hacking software to target activists, politicians and journa...

Hope, horror and Covid-19: my 23 years as the Guardian’s health correspondent

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She was tall, wrapped in a green patterned dress that clung to her legs and ended just above dusty flip-flops. In the bustling, sweltering market, Grace Mathanga looked at me appraisingly, as if to say: “What have we ...

Times change but the Guardian’s values don’t: 200 years, and we’ve only just begun – podcast

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On the Guardian’s 200th anniversary, our editor-in-chief sets out how media can help rebuild a better world beyond Covid by Katharine Viner. How to listen to podcasts: every...

The Guardian’s history in the US: Politics Weekly Extra

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As celebrations marking the Guardian’s 200th year continue, Jonathan Freedland and David Smith explore the paper’s rocky road through covering the biggest stories in US political history ...

The Guardian’s coverage of Europe in the first week of its founding, 5 May 1821

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The hopes which were entertained, at the period when our prospectus was issued, with respect to the revolutions at Naples, and in Piedmont, have since been fatally disappointed, and the termination of the contest almo...

The Guardian’s first ever edition – annotated

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Ads on the front page, news on the back, and a frankly unbelievable story about a ghost: the Manchester Guardian’s first edition on 5 May 1821 is full of gems. We unearth them in this annotated version ...

The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew named sports writer of the year at SJA Awards

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The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew, Andy Bull and Tom Jenkins have been honoured with top prizes at the British Sports Journalism Awards, with Liew being named sports writer of the year. Announcing Liew’s award, Patrick Col...

Guardians of UK’s literary jewels at risk in V&A plan to cut key library staff

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They are guardians of some of the nation’s most valued treasures, including Dickens’s manuscripts, a Shakespeare First Folio and five Leonardo notebooks. But librarians at the National Art Library in the Victoria and ...