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  • The Slovakian prime minister, Robert Fico, speaks to the media in front of a Slovakian flag

    Robert Fico
    Slovakian PM stable and communicating, say doctors

  • Stella Assange, wife of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, leaves the high court in London.

    Julian Assange
    WikiLeaks founder wins right to appeal against extradition to US

    • Live
      Russia to make further bid to carve out ‘buffer zone’ in coming weeks, warns US defence secretary

    • UK
      Infected blood scandal made worse by cover-up, inquiry concludes

    • New Caledonia
      Macron calls further security meeting as deadly unrest grinds on

    • Live
      Michael Cohen back on stand as judge says Trump hush-money trial expected to hear closing arguments next Tuesday

    • Ryanair
      Budget airline reports record 1.9bn profit

    • ‘Free Bella’
      Campaigners fight to save lonely beluga whale from Seoul mall

Europe in focus

  • Screengrab from video showing closeup head-and-shoulders view of children laughing and dancing, girls seen at the front, one with her arm in the air; they are spotlit under pink and purple light

    ‘We got the energy’
    Irish children’s rap video goes viral

  • The chair of the infected blood inquiry, Brian Langstaff talks to a man in a wheelchair.

    Key takeaways from UK infected blood report
    ‘Suffering that is hard to comprehend’

  • Filmmaker Ivan Sautkin, posing for a portrait at BABYLON13 office near Goden Gates in Kyiv city center.

    ‘Information can be bent. Emotions are always honest’
    The?film at the heart of Ukraine’s agonising evacuations

    Ivan Sautkin’s work as a volunteer helping people to safety gave him rare access to the trauma faced by people forced from their homes. The director relives the challenges of making the film as it screens in Cannes

Spotlight

  • Graphic illustration split down the middle into a pastel blue background with a juicy pink grapefruit on pastel blue, and a pink donut with rainbow sprinkles on a yellow background.

    'Intuitive eating'
    The?radical practice of eating what you want

    ‘Intuitive eating’ is an anti-diet that helps reconnect us to internal cues. But how does it work?
  • DIY-CLIMATE-GREGORY<br>CLIVE, IOWA - APRIL 20, 2024: Jim Gregory poses for a portrait with his pedal-powered work station at his home in Ames, Iowa on Thursday, April 25, 2024. 
CREDIT: KC McGinnis for The Guardian

    I invented a pedal-powered home office
    Now?I exercise – and save energy – at my desk

  • Illustration of a mantrap with a speech bubble inside

    The big idea
    The?simple trick that can sabotage your critical thinking

    Influencers and politicians use snappy cliches to get you on side – but you can fight fire with fire
  • A girl eats an ice cream as she walks along Nakamise-dori, a shopping street near Senso-ji buddhist temple,  in Tokyo

    ‘Bloody ?9 for two!’
    How?much does an ice-cream cost around the world?

    After outrage in the UK about the skyrocketing cost of a scoop, how does the rest of the world compare?
    • How to build a Better Life illustraion: Grieving - a close of a middle-aged woman's face in pain

      'We have to feel a loss before we can grow through it'
      Grief is horrible – but it’s supposed to be

    • JK Simmons in You Can't Run Forever

      You Can’t Run Forever review
      Ice?cold killer JK Simmons main draw in horror-thriller

    • goldfinch on a branch

      The pet I'll never forget
      Pi-chan the goldfinch, the baby bird we refused to let die

    • George MacKay.

      ‘I identified with those worries’
      George MacKay on masculinity, misogyny and playing an incel

  • man in black robes

    The?US supreme court is neither honorable nor functional any more

    Moira Donegan
    The upside-down flag at Samuel Alito’s house after the Capitol attack reveals how disgraceful our supreme court has become
  • Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu on stage in front of Israeli and American flags

    Biden wants progressives to believe he’s reining in Israel. He isn’t

    Mohamad Bazzi
  • Hollywood Boulevard painted with the words Black Lives Matter in the wake of George Floyd’s death in June 2020.

    The?Black Lives Matter era is over. It taught us the limits of diversity for diversity’s sake

    Nesrine Malik
  • Family paper chain

    No?matter how I tried, I couldn’t get my stepchildren to accept me. So I stopped

    Lucretia Grindle Lutyens
  • Bob Marley

    Bob?Marley is a national hero in all but name. So what are Jamaica’s politicians waiting for?

    Kenneth Mohammed
  • tortoise running

    It’s human v tortoise in the Beddington household. And the tortoises are winning

    Emma Beddington
  • Bayer Leverkusen's goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky celebrates with the Bundesliga trophy among the fans.

    Bundesliga
    Leverkusen and Stuttgart cap year of the underdog

    Stuttgart share Leverkusen’s growth of having finished this campaign with a barely believable 40 points more than last
  • Cagliari's players carry head coach Claudio Ranieri across the pitch after securing survival in Serie A with a 2-0 win at Sassuolo.

    Serie A
    Ranieri’s latest rescue act cements status as true Cagliari hero

    Veteran coach gave Serie A a much-needed good news story on a weekend overshadowed by off-pitch events
    • McLaren’s Lando Norris drives his F1 car past a stand full of fans at Imola

      Formula One
      Horner and Wolff agree McLaren’s Norris is title contender

    • Xander Schauffele celebrates with the trophy after winning the US PGA at Valhalla Golf Club

      US PGA
      Schauffele pips DeChambeau by one shot to win first major

    • Caitlin Clark had her best game of her young WNBA career so far on Saturday

      Ninety games in 11 months
      Is?the Caitlin Clark Experience sustainable?

    • The mascot for the Paralympic Games at the Eiffel Tower.

      100 days to the Paralympics
      We?want to positively influence the lives of 1.2bn people

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  • Municipal Guard In Porto Alegre Boat Patrol The City to Keep Order And Help People Affected By The Floods<br>PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL - MAY 17: Aerial view a members of the Municipal Guard on a boat guard the flooded streets near Porto Alegre City Hall on May 17, 2024 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The situation in Rio Grande Do Sul remains critical as the predictions mention that the level of the water will keep above the flood level for about a month. Death toll continues to increase and as of today, it has surpassed the 150 deceases. Damages to the infrastructure of the State and its capital, Porto Alegre, worsen while authorities and citizens continue with the rescue and safety efforts. (Photo by Jefferson Bernardes/Getty Images)

    Brazil
    Country counts cost of worst-ever floods with little hope of waters receding soon

  • A tractor spraying of potato crops with chemical pesticides

    Sticky trick
    New?glue spray kills plant pests without chemicals

  • A sky completely taken up with fiery clouds, above a border of trees and dry fields.

    'Comparable to a war'
    Economic damage from climate change six times worse than thought – report

  • Aerial shot of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, covered in a thick blanket of smog.

    Honduras
    Air?pollution in San Pedro Sula city is almost 50 times higher than WHO guidelines

  • Narendra Modi holds a microphone as he speaks to Mark Zuckerberg while seated on stage

    Revealed
    Meta approved political ads in India that incited violence

    Exclusive: Ads containing AI-manipulated images were submitted to Facebook by civil and corporate accountability groups
  • A man reads a newspaper with a front-page report on the crash of the Iranian president's helicopter outside a kiosk in Tehran on 20 May.

    ‘People are in no mood to mourn’
    Mixed reactions in Tehran after death of President Ebrahim Raisi

  • Jacob Zuma sitting in a chair, waving.

    South Africa
    Jacob Zuma not eligible to run for parliament, court rules

  • People seeking to enter the US through a barbed wire fence installed along the Rio Grande are driven away with pepper spray shots by Texas National Guard agents.

    Live
    House Republicans vow to kill renewed Senate Democratic effort at immigration reform

    • Joe Biden
      US?president launches scathing attack on Donald Trump’s record of racism

    • Politics
      European far-right leaders gather ahead of EU elections

    • San Francisco
      Trial begins in killing of tech executive that shocked city

    • Breast cancer
      Scientists make potential breakthrough after preserving tissue in gel

    • AI
      Chatbots’ safeguards can be easily bypassed, say UK researchers

    • Taiwan
      New?president takes office and calls on China to cease its hostile actions

  • Harmony Korine at his Aggressive Dr1fter Part II art show at Hauser & Wirth, London.

    ‘I burned out – and started mowing lawns’
    A?reality-bending chat with Harmony Korine

    He rocketed to notoriety at 19 with the shocking film Kids. Now, at 51, he’s smoking two fat cigars for breakfast – and making retina-burning work with acids and infrared cameras
  • A still from Stax: Soulsville U.S.A.

    ‘It became a beacon of hope’
    The?incredible story of Stax Records

  • A man embracing another person while gazing upwards

    Mongrel review
    Zen-like tale of compassion and suffering among migrant care workers

  • Church candle with stained glass window in the background

    Poem of the week
    An?Epitaph on the Death of Nicholas Grimald by Barnabe Googe

  • Stevie Martin.

    Comedy Q&A
    Stevie Martin: I auditioned for Ed Gamble and Nish Kumar in a haze of fear

  • Black and white still of a man talking to a woman sitting in bed, in Regardless of Us

    Regardless of Us review
    Mesmerising meta debut is study of identity and performance

  • OFM Nigel Butternut Rosemary Tart

    Nigel Slater recipes
    Pancetta tarts, vegan ginger slice, onion flatbreads

    Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, these cake and bake recipes will see you through the whole day
  • Michelle Yeoh attends the Horizon: An American Saga red carpet at the at the 2024 Cannes film festival.

    The latest Cannes looks
    From Sienna Miller in boho-chic to Michelle Yeoh having fun in Bottega Veneta – in pictures

  • An arched roman bridge to a pretty town on a sunny day.

    South of France, but not as we know it
    Exploring N?mes and the Gard

  • Aerial view of circular raised beds, made from perforated clay blocks, full of plants with green and grey foliage and purple, orange, yellow and white flowers

    Chelsea flower show
    Garden with terracotta 3D-print bricks wins green medal

  • Swedish Match AB Concept Store As Philip Morris International Inc. Wins $16 Billion Battle For Nicotine Pouch Maker<br>Zyn smokeless nicotine pouches at the Swedish Match AB concept store in central Stockholm, Sweden, on Monday, Oct. 31, 2022. Philip Morris International Inc.&nbsp;is proceeding with the $16 billion takeover of nicotine pouch maker&nbsp;Swedish Match&nbsp;after securing support from enough of its top shareholders, including Elliott Investment Management LP. Photographer: Jonas Ekblom/Bloomberg via Getty Images

    Use nicotine, win an iPad!
    Zyn’s viral rewards program fuels addiction fears

  • Rachel Roddy's spinach and ricotta gnudi 1058

    A kitchen in Rome
    Rachel Roddy’s recipe for spinach and ricotta gnudi

Take part

  • Mykhaylo Mudryk and Maksym Talovierov celebrate after the match between Ukraine and Iceland in Wroc?aw, Poland.

    Ukrainians abroad
    Share your reaction to your country qualifying for Euro 2024

  • People queue outside the Hermes store in Mayfair in London, Monday, April 12, 2021.

    Life and style
    Are?you splurging on luxury goods you can ill afford?

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  • Houria Ayadi / Ed Alcock / MYOP<br>The 129-apartment building where Houria Ayadi (63 yrs) has lived in Saint-Ouen, a northern suburb of Paris, since 1973, and that is due to be demolished in an effort to improve on security in the neighbourhood. She hopes to be re-lodged in one of the apartments currently under construction for the Olympic Village, where athletes will be housed during the Paris Olympics of 2024. Photo ? Ed Alcock / MYOP 25/9/2023 L'immeuble de 129 appartements où Houria Ayadi (63 ans) vit depuis 1973 à Saint-Ouen, dans la banlieue nord de Paris, et qui doit être démoli pour améliorer la sécurité dans le quartier. Elle espère être relogée dans l'un des appartements actuellement en construction pour le village olympique, où seront logés les athlètes lors des Jeux olympiques de Paris en 2024. Photo ? Ed Alcock / MYOP 25/9/2023

    Young Europeans
    Do?you live with your parents?

  • Four grocery-store shelves filled with brightly colored bags of Doritos, mostly in shades of orange.

    US
    The?food industry has long buried the truth about their products. Is that coming to an end?

    The FDA is developing front-of-package labels that corporations may have to start printing as early as 2027
  • Conservation International chief executive officer M Sanjayan, left, presents Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sánchez with the global visionary award.

    Environment
    The?Bezos Earth fund has pumped billions into climate and nature projects. So why are experts uneasy?

  • Rome, 12.10.23. Ann Neumann's fixer in Piazza di Porta Capena, where the Axum obelisk stood until its return to Ethiopia in 2009. In the background, the FAO Headquarters. Photo: Víctor Sokolowicz

    War reporting
    I?trusted my fixer with my life. Two weeks later, he was kidnapped

  • Burning vehicles with men surrounded by smoke

    ‘Only Hamas can defend us’
    Israeli raids and Fatah failures boost support in West Bank

  • Children wearing Narendra Modi masks ride a bicycle in Varanasi

    ‘Modi builds highways but where are our jobs?’
    Rising inequality looms over India’s election

  • Abubakr Nanabawa, national coordinator for the Muslim Vote campaign group

    ‘We had to break the status quo’
    UK campaign seeks to mobilise Muslim vote

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