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The Kaepernick Effect: a story of the other athletes who kneeled in protest

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Colin Kaepernick no longer waits for the call to rejoin the NFL. Five years have passed since Kaepernick first sat, then took a knee, during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice in Amer...

Super teens: Raducanu and five other young people reaching career heights

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Emma Raducanu’s remarkable victory in the US Open was, among other things, a victory for the fearlessness of youth. The Guardian has picked out six teenagers, including Raducanu, who despite their tender years have al...

Israel: Las gemelas siameses de un año se ven por primera vez después de la cirugía - video

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Las gemelas de un año se miraron por primera vez después de una compleja cirugía para separarlas en el centro médico Soroka en Beersheba., Israel. Decenas de expertos de Israel y del extranjero participaron en el ...

Healthy gums don’t bleed – and six other facts your dentist wants you to know

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There are few things most of us dread more than a visit to the dentist, and perhaps that’s why so many of us go only if our teeth start giving us trouble. If that’s the case, then a) you really should book an appointm...

‘Know how to flex on Insta?": grandchildren and grandparents explain the world to each other

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Bob Smith sits upright on the sofa as his grandson, Louis Brow, prepares to quiz him on youth slang. We are sitting in the living room of Louis’s family home in Ilkley, West Yorkshire; Bob has travelled over from Walt...

How often have players with rhyming names created goals for each other?

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“After Tyrone Mings set up Danny Ings to score against Newcastle last weekend, have there been any other high-profile examples of players with rhyming names setting up goals for each other?” ponders Steve Maybury. El...

We Are Each Other review – strangers become friends in interactive comedy

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What did we miss most during the pandemic: the entertainment or the audiences? We still had box sets and online concerts; what we lacked was the interval chat and the closing applause. Whether we liked football or fil...

Green your pension – and four other ways to lower your carbon footprint

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Give up flying, go vegan, get on your bike, grow your own – these are tried and tested tactics for reducing your carbon footprint. But there are plenty of other ways to boost your eco credentials that you may never ha...

Patel hints Afghans crossing Channel will be treated same as other migrants

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Afghans seeking refuge in the UK who arrive on small boats from across the Channel will be treated the same as any other migrants who enter the country by the same means, the home secretary has suggested. Priti Patel ...

The White Lotus review – a magnificently monstrous look at how the other half live

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The White Lotus is Big Little Lies with another two and a half turns of the screw – an equally sumptuously set miniseries with a mystery fatality at its heart. But this time, its subject is the monstrousness of afflue...

Action on sexual abuse images is overdue, but Apple’s proposals bring other dangers

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La semana pasada, Apple announced two backdoors in the US into the encryption that protects its devices. One will monitor iMessages: if any photos sent by or to under-13s seem to contain nudity, the user may be challenged an...

Amy Hoggart: ‘My mum cut my hair in the pandemic. One side was 6cm shorter than the other’

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I went to see Megan Stalter recently with Cole Escola opening. They were both incredible. It was my first gig since before the pandemic and I felt almost high in the middle of all that collective laughter again. I on...

The little devil who became a deity: Messi exit leaves a void like no other

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“There have been hard moments, many defeats, but the next day you go to training and then there’s another game, another chance,” Lionel Messi said. “Not this time; this time it’s not coming back.” And that was when re...

Other People’s Clothes by Calla Henkel review – a sparkling debut

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The treatment of female celebrities in the first decade of the century has been subject to much dissection – those who spent their teens watching it through the lenses of the paparazzi and the women’s magazine have co...

Green your pension – and four other unexpected ways to lower your carbon footprint

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Give up flying, go vegan, get on your bike, grow your own – these are tried and tested tactics for reducing your carbon footprint. But there are plenty of other ways to boost your eco credentials that you may never ha...

Guardian Australia’s guide to an Olympics like no other

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It’s been a tumultuous start for the Tokyo Olympics with protests outside the opening ceremony, a series of controversies around sexism and racism, and some athletes testing positive for Covid-19. Despite ongoing conc...

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