Our weekly print magazine is celebrating a century of news. Here’s how it covered the Apollo 11 landings; Northern Ireland’s Bloody Sunday; Hillsborough; the fall of the Berlin Wall and Rwanda’s genocide
For almost a century, the Guardian Weekly has carried the Guardian’s liberal news voice to a global readership. Taken from the GNM archives, these pictures chart the paper’s life and times from 1919 to the present day
The EU likes to celebrate itself as a place where borders are soft and ‘regionalism’ creates diversity and openness. But just as much as any powerful nation, Europe defines itself against the rest of the world
The long read: When a microbe was found munching on a plastic bottle in a rubbish dump, it promised a recycling revolution. Now scientists are attempting to turbocharge those powers in a bid to solve our waste crisis. But will it work?