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Gunfire fills the air in Kabul as Taliban celebrate airport takeover

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

As the last US military transport aircraft lifted off from Kabul airport on Monday night, marking the end of two decades of American troops in Afghanistan, celebratory


Floating wind turbines could open up vast ocean tracts for renewable power

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

I n the stormy waters of the North Sea, 15 miles off the coast of Aberdeenshire, in Scotland, five floating offshore wind turbines stretch 574 fee


Women’s Super League 2021-22 previews No 6: Everton

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

The plan No one at Everton is remotely shy about spelling out this season’s ambition. Champions League qualification remains the overriding aim and if this summerâ


The Guardian view on dealing with the Taliban: no good options

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A s the final evacuation flights leave Kabul, watched in despair by those abandoned and in peril, the lasting consequences of strategic failure mu


After Afghanistan, Britain can no longer pretend to punch above its weight

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A fter humiliation, here ends hubris and surely the “global Britain” delusion. No more fatuous boasting, no more “world-beating” and “world-leadin


My experience as a trans person doesn’t fit the script, but why should it?

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

F or the longest time, I was convinced I couldn’t be really transgender. I knew that living as a woman made me want to climb out of my own skin,


‘We were called heretics and ostracised’: the Stranglers on fights, drugs and finally growing up

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A s Jean-Jacques Burnel drily admits, the Stranglers had “a bad reputation for quite a while”. During the punk years, their many outrages rang


Geronimo the alpaca removed from farm with police escort

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

Geronimo the alpaca has been taken from the farm where he lives by government vets supported by a police escort. Avon and Somerset police officers attended the site


Floating wind turbines could open up vast ocean tracts for renewable power

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

I n the stormy waters of the North Sea, 15 miles off the coast of Aberdeenshire, in Scotland, five floating offshore wind turbines stretch 574 fee


The Guardian view on dealing with the Taliban: no good options

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A s the final evacuation flights leave Kabul, watched in despair by those abandoned and in peril, the lasting consequences of strategic failure mu


For most of the world, the pandemic is not over

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

T he Delta variant of Sars-CoV-2 is causing major problems across the world. Estimated to be at least twice as transmissible as the original virus


My experience as a trans person doesn’t fit the script, but why should it?

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

F or the longest time, I was convinced I couldn’t be really transgender. I knew that living as a woman made me want to climb out of my own skin,


After Afghanistan, Britain can no longer pretend to punch above its weight

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A fter humiliation, here ends hubris and surely the “global Britain” delusion. No more fatuous boasting, no more “world-beating” and “world-leadin


Huge decrease in organ transplants as Covid took hold across world

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

The number of solid organ transplants fell dramatically around the world between 2019 and 2020, researchers have found, highlighting the widespread impact of the Covid


‘We were called heretics and ostracised’: the Stranglers on fights, drugs and finally growing up

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A s Jean-Jacques Burnel drily admits, the Stranglers had “a bad reputation for quite a while”. During the punk years, their many outrages rang


Floating wind turbines could open up vast ocean tracts for renewable power

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

I n the stormy waters of the North Sea, 15 miles off the coast of Aberdeenshire, in Scotland, five floating offshore wind turbines stretch 574 fee


The Guardian view on dealing with the Taliban: no good options

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A s the final evacuation flights leave Kabul, watched in despair by those abandoned and in peril, the lasting consequences of strategic failure mu


For most of the world, the pandemic is not over

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

T he Delta variant of Sars-CoV-2 is causing major problems across the world. Estimated to be at least twice as transmissible as the original virus


My experience as a trans person doesn’t fit the script, but why should it?

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

F or the longest time, I was convinced I couldn’t be really transgender. I knew that living as a woman made me want to climb out of my own skin,


After Afghanistan, Britain can no longer pretend to punch above its weight

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

A fter humiliation, here ends hubris and surely the “global Britain” delusion. No more fatuous boasting, no more “world-beating” and “world-leadin


Huge decrease in organ transplants as Covid took hold across world

Posted on Aug 31, 2021

The number of solid organ transplants fell dramatically around the world between 2019 and 2020, researchers have found, highlighting the widespread impact of the Covid


Bedknobs and Broomsticks review – Disney fantasy is a bumpy flight

Posted on Aug 30, 2021

W ell, hocus pocus and substitutiary locomotion! Half a century after the Disney caper cast its spell on screen, Bedknobs and Broomsticks has been


Floating wind turbines could open up vast ocean tracts for renewable power

Posted on Aug 30, 2021

I n the stormy waters of the North Sea, 15 miles off the coast of Aberdeenshire, in Scotland, five floating offshore wind turbines stretch 574 fee


For most of the world, the pandemic is not over

Posted on Aug 30, 2021

T he Delta variant of Sars-CoV-2 is causing major problems across the world. Estimated to be at least twice as transmissible as the original virus