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Biden to keep Iran’s Revolutionary Guards on terrorist list, Israel claims

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Joe Biden has decided not to take the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) off the US foreign terrorist list, according to the Israeli prime minister, dealing a heavy blow to the chances of the Iranian nuclear de...

Iran vows to avenge killing as it buries Revolutionary Guard colonel

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An Iranian colonel shot dead in Tehran by assailants on motorcycles has been buried as officials vowed to avenge an assassination that they continue to lay at the feet of Israel. The murder of Col Hassan Sayad Khodaya...

Iran: Revolutionary Guard colonel killed by motorbike gunmen in Tehran

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Unidentified gunmen on a motorbike have killed a senior member of Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard outside his home in Tehran. The corps gave only scant detail about the killing, which occurred in broad daylight in...

Revolutionary roads: how the army tried to crush Yangon’s most anti-coup district

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As Thitsar* walked through her neighbourhood one December morning, she was struck by its emptiness. The bamboo shacks that line the streets of Hlaing Tharyar, an industrial township on the outskirts of Myanmar’s large...

Why was Virgil Abloh such a revolutionary fashion designer?

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Fashion designer Virgil Abloh, who has died at the age of 41, changed the perception of what “luxury fashion” was, according to a leading black fashion expert. Abloh, who was the creative director of Off-White and men...

Sudanese bankers stage ‘revolutionary’ strike after military coup

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Sudan has been hit by a severe cash shortage as most banks and cash machines remain closed one week after a military coup prompted a nationwide strike by bankers. About 90% of bankers were taking part in a civil disob...

‘We find our talent in unusual ways’: the revolutionary circus of Extraordinary Bodies

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On a bare black stage, Jonny Leitch is remembering an act of kindness: a janitor offering him a stick of gum while he sat in a hospital waiting room. As Leitch’s recorded voice narrates the story, a black loop appears...

‘Revolutionary in a quiet way’: the rise of community gardens in the UK

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“The first melon of the season always tastes amazing,” says Lucy Mitchell. “I don’t think anyone has ever taken one home – every year, we just cut them into as many slices as there are people in the garden and make su...

Pose season three review – a fond farewell to a revolutionary TV hit

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With the largest cast of trans actors in television history, Pose (BBC Two) was revolutionary before it even aired. The series, produced by Glee and American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, from an idea a...

Pancho Villa, my grandmother and the border’s revolutionary history

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My maternal grandmother was a head nurse in a hospital in the northern state of Chihuahua during the Mexican Revolution – an epic event that affected both sides of the border and caused my family to permanently move t...