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The Guardian: British national daily newspaper
The Guardian is a British daily newspaper. It was founded in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian, and changed its name in 1959. Along with its sister papers The Observer and The Guardian Weekly, the Guardian is part of the Guardian Media Group, owned by the Scott Trust. The trust was created in 1936 to "secure the financial and editorial independence of the Guardian in perpetuity and to safeguard the journalistic freedom and liberal values of the Guardian free from commercial or political interference". The trust was converted into a limited company in 2008, with a constitution written so as to maintain for The Guardian the same protections as were built into the structure of the Scott Trust by its creators. Profits are reinvested in journalism rather than distributed to owners or shareholders.


UP govt's crackdown on anti-CAA activists 'unprecedented': The Guardian

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‘The day we said goodbye’: Newspapers react to Britain leaving the EU

‘the day we said goodbye’: newspapers react to britain leaving the eu
There has been a mixed reaction from the country’s newspapers as Britain begins life outside the EU after 47 years. The Guardian’s front page leads with a piece reflecting the country’s varied..
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Videos for The Guardian

Saudi's crown prince denies Bezos phone hacking [Video]Saudi's crown prince denies Bezos phone hacking

On Wednesday Saudi's crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman refuted allegations that he hacked Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos' phone. Libby Hogan reports.

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Millions at risk after toxins found in Harare water supply, study finds

millions at risk after toxins found in harare water supply, study finds
Unpublished report claims water from contaminated reservoir leaves 3 million in Zimbabwe’s capital at risk of disease Water being pumped to millions of residents in Zimbabwe’s capital city came..
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Amazonian chief Raoni Metuktire: 'Bolsonaro has been the worst for us'

amazonian chief raoni metuktire: 'bolsonaro has been the worst for us'
At close to 90 years old, Brazil’s most venerated indigenous leader, Raoni Metuktire, has returned to the spotlight to challenge the man he calls the worst president of his lifetime, Jair Bolsonaro...
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Keir Starmer 'seriously considering' running for UK Labour leadership: Guardian

British Labour Party's Keir Starmer is "seriously considering" running to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as the party's leader, the Guardian reported on Tuesday.
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Scientists have developed a once-a-month contraceptive pill

scientists have developed a once-a-month contraceptive pill
According to a report in The Guardian, scientists have developed a contraceptive pill that needs to be taken just once in a month. The same report states that so far the gelatine capsule has only been..
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Facebook is part of a toxic ecosystem of hate – it should be regulated or shut down

facebook is part of a toxic ecosystem of hate – it should be regulated or shut down
An investigation by the Guardian reveals that an online network has found a way to make money by pushing a steady stream of low-grade rightwing propaganda at low-information users around the world. We..
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Trio admit Owen Jones attack but deny homophobic motive

The three men have however admitted being involved in the assault on the Guardian columnist.
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YouGov poll to show UK's Johnson set for significant majority: Guardian journalist

A widely anticipated YouGov poll due on Wednesday will show Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on course to secure a "significant majority", a Guardian journalist said on Wednesday, citing a source who..
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US senator to investigate if foreign spyware used to target Americans

us senator to investigate if foreign spyware used to target americans
Exclusive : Ron Wyden says hacking claims raise “serious national security issues” An influential US senator has told the Guardian he is examining the possible hacking of US citizens with..
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UK government delay of Russia report is shaming, says Clinton

uk government delay of russia report is shaming, says clinton
Hillary Clinton has called Downing Street’s suppression of a report into potential Russian infiltration of British politics “damaging, inexplicable and shaming”. The 2016 US presidential..
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Commonwealth head warns of dangers of denying justice to all

commonwealth head warns of dangers of denying justice to all
Denying access to justice risks creating fresh conflicts at a time when the international rule of law is under threat, the Commonwealth secretary general has warned ahead of a meeting of the..
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Triggered review: Donald Jr, the Trump kid with real political chops

triggered review: donald jr, the trump kid with real political chops
In Triggered, the president’s eldest child excoriates the left for its censoriousness, but ignores his father’s repeated demands for the same. In case Don Jr forgot, Trump père is no friend of..
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Rudy Giuliani's shifting collusion defense

President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani is now walking back comments he made about allegations of collusion. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe and CBSN political contributor Sabrina Siddiqui,..
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Brexit leak: Document shows EU preparing to grant three-month extension

brexit leak: document shows eu preparing to grant three-month extension
The EU is ready to sign off on a Brexit extension to January 31st, 2020 with an option to leave earlier if a deal is ratified, according to a leaked draft of the agreement seen by the Guardian. Despite..
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Why you can’t stream Barcelona vs. Real Madrid

why you can’t stream barcelona vs. real madrid
Lots of fans were looking forward to the twice-annual El Clasico between Barcelona vs. Real Madrid, initially scheduled for Saturday. Civil unrest and security concerns, relating to Catalonia..
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WeWork is reportedly cutting 2,000 jobs as soon as this week, and the staff is turning on Adam Neumann

wework is reportedly cutting 2,000 jobs as soon as this week, and the staff is turning on adam neumann
WeWork is set to cut at least 13% of its workforce, or roughly 2,000 jobs, according to British newspaper the Guardian. The paper reported that staff within the company started to turn on founder and..
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Robert De Niro calls Trump a 'gangster president': 'I can’t wait to see him in jail'

In an interview with The Guardian, actor Robert De Niro, 76, said he "can’t wait to see (President Donald Trump) in jail." - Published

First Meat Grown In Space Lab 248 Miles From Earth

first meat grown in space lab 248 miles from earth
The Israeli food technology startup Aleph Farms has successfully cultured meat in space for the first time. The Guardian...
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Russian Embassy in London says Trump exonerated them of Skripal poisoning

russian embassy in london says trump exonerated them of skripal poisoning
You probably have heard that it has been revealed that Donald Trump called Prime Minister Theresa May in the summer of last year to toe Putin’s line and dispute British Intelligence’s estimate that..
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Edward Snowden: life after leaking – podcast

edward snowden: life after leaking – podcast
Former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden’s life was upended by his decision to expose his government’s programme of mass surveillance. Ewen MacAskill helped break the story for the Guardian..
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UK opposition leader Corbyn asks to meet queen over Brexit: Guardian

British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has asked to meet Queen Elizabeth to raise his concerns about Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plans to suspend parliament for longer than normal..
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'I’m pro-choice': Taylor Swift says she wants to do 'everything' she can for 2020 presidential race

In an interview with The Guardian, Taylor Swift got candid about politics, including her stance on abortions and the 2020 presidential race. - Published

Owen Jones 'kicked in head' in London street attack

The Guardian columnist says a group of men made a "beeline" for him as he left a pub in north London.
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Johnson To Meet With Merkel, Macron Next Week In Effort To Break Brexit Deadlock

johnson to meet with merkel, macron next week in effort to break brexit deadlock
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to make a diplomatic dash to meet French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin early next week as he seeks to..
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UK's Johnson to meet Macron, Merkel next week: Guardian

British leader Boris Johnson will travel to meet his French and German counterparts on Tuesday and Wednesday next week, in his first foreign engagements since becoming prime minister last month, a..
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Brexit Party's Farage ridicules Harry and Meghan with jibe at UK royals: Guardian

Nigel Farage, the leader of Britain's Brexit Party, has lambasted Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan along with other members of the royal family in a speech in Australia, the Guardian newspaper..
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Mass Disruptions To Holiday Travel Feared After Ryanair Pilots Vote To Strike

mass disruptions to holiday travel feared after ryanair pilots vote to strike
Holidaymakers face the prospect of mass disruption at multiple airports this month after Ryanair pilots voted for strikes that could coincide with walkouts by their counterparts at British Airways and..
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[UPDATE] British Airways System Failure Leaves Passengers Stranded At Heathrow Airport

[update] british airways system failure leaves passengers stranded at heathrow airport
British Airways’ system failure left many travelers stranded at London’s Heathrow Airport as their flights were canceled, The Guardian reported. One group of young travelers lay neatly slotted..
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"The Great Hack": new Netflix documentary examines Cambridge Analytica scandal

"The Great Hack" is a new documentary on Netflix. The film specifically sheds new light on the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data scandal. Carole Cadwalladr broke that story for The Guardian and The..
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No deal Brexit is UK PM Johnson's central scenario, EU diplomats say: Guardian

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's central scenario is a no-deal Brexit and he has no intention of renegotiating the Withdrawal Agreement, European diplomats were quoted as telling The Guardian..
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Brazil's Bolsonaro Says He Hopes Criminals 'Die Like Cockroaches' Under Proposed Law Change

brazil's bolsonaro says he hopes criminals 'die like cockroaches' under proposed law change
Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, has said he hopes criminals will “die in the streets like cockroaches” as a result of hardline legislation he is pushing to shield security forces..
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Amazon Says Alexa Users Can Now Disable Human Review Of Voice Recordings

amazon says alexa users can now disable human review of voice recordings
Amazon has given Alexa users the option to disable human review of their voice recordings, and has committed itself to greater clarity about its use of the strategy in future, but says it will not..
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Brexit to Take Place on 31 October 'Whatever the Circumstances' - Downing Street

brexit to take place on 31 october 'whatever the circumstances' - downing street
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesperson said on Monday that Brexit would happen on October 31 under any circumstance and refused to specify whether such circumstances include the parliament..
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Saudi Women Now Allowed To Travel Without Male Guardian's Permission, Report Says

saudi women now allowed to travel without male guardian's permission, report says
Women in Saudi Arabia will no longer need the permission of a male guardian to travel, according to local news reports, The Guardian reported. The policy, if confirmed, would mark a key step in..
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Puerto Rico's Governor Clings To Power As Legislature Considers Impeachment

puerto rico's governor clings to power as legislature considers impeachment
The fate of Puerto Rico’s besieged governor, Ricardo Rosselló, hung in the balance on Wednesday evening as the U.S. territory’s legislature threatened impeachment proceedings if the governor did..
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[UPDATE] Boris Johnson Fires Half Of May's Cabinet, Replaces Them With Brexit Hardliners

[update] boris johnson fires half of may's cabinet, replaces them with brexit hardliners
Boris Johnson has signaled his ruthless determination to deliver Brexit and stoked speculation about an early general election by firing more than half of Theresa May’s cabinet and packing his team..
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Defective Lithium Battery Blamed For Russian Submarine Fire That Killed 14

defective lithium battery blamed for russian submarine fire that killed 14
A malfunctioning lithium-ion battery may have sparked a deadly fire on a top-secret Russian nuclear submersible earlier this month that killed 14 naval officers, according to reports, The Guardian..
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Russian LGBT Activist Found Stabbed To Death In St. Petersburg

russian lgbt activist found stabbed to death in st. petersburg
Russian campaigners said Monday a woman found murdered with multiple stab wounds in the city of Saint Petersburg was a well-known activist who had received threats over her protests for LGBT rights and..
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EU plans to offer Boris Johnson no-deal Brexit extension: The Guardian

The European Union is preparing to offer Boris Johnson, the favorite to be Britain's next prime minister, a no-deal Brexit extension beyond Oct. 31, the Guardian newspaper reported on Friday.
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Police Arrest 21 Suspected Organized Crime Figures In Canada, Italy

police arrest 21 suspected organized crime figures in canada, italy
Canadian police have arrested nine suspected members of the the Calabrian organized crime group ‘Ndrangheta, who are accused of money laundering and illegal gambling in the Toronto area, The Guardian..
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Deadly Ebola outbreak is 'global wake-up call', says WHO head

deadly ebola outbreak is 'global wake-up call', says who head
World leaders only respond when headlines on Congo cases reveal ‘fear and panic’, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus tells Guardian The head of the World Health Organization has called the world’s..
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Olympic Committee To Probe Bribery Charges In Rio's 2016 Bid

olympic committee to probe bribery charges in rio's 2016 bid
The International Olympic Committee is to investigate allegations that nine of its members – including the pole vaulter Sergey Bubka and the Olympic swimming champion Alexander Popov – were bribed..
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Strongest Earthquake In Decades Rattles Southern California

strongest earthquake in decades rattles southern california
The largest earthquake to hit southern California in decades rumbled across the region on Thursday morning, striking a remote part of the state with a magnitude of 6.4, The Guardian reported. The..
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Stonehenge £2B Road Tunnel Project Funding Uncertain: MPs

stonehenge £2b road tunnel project funding uncertain: mps
The Guardian reports uncertainty over how to open a £2bn-road-tunnel project which would create a road beneath the Stonehenge world heritage site in 2026 is at risk concerning its financing because of..
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Chinese Border Guards Installed App That Steals Personal Data On Tourists' Phones

chinese border guards installed app that steals personal data on tourists' phones
A joint investigation by Motherboard, Süddeutsche Zeitung, the Guardian, the New York Times, and the German public broadcaster NDR has revealed on Tuesday Chinese border security guards are..
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Wayfair Workers Plan Job Action Over Partnership With U.S. detention centers

wayfair workers plan job action over partnership with u.s. detention centers
Hundreds of employees of the online home goods company Wayfair plan to walk out of their jobs Wednesday to protest against its investment in furnishing border camps where migrant children are detained,..
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Boris Johnson in spotlight after report alleges police call-out

boris johnson in spotlight after report alleges police call-out
London (CNN)Boris Johnson, the front-runner in the race to become Britain's next PM, was facing new questions about his suitability for the role Saturday after reports that police were called to an..
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Johnson 'row' blows UK leadership race open grassroots campaign begins

johnson 'row' blows uk leadership race open grassroots campaign begins
LONDON: Britain's leadership contest was blown open on Saturday by reports that police were called to a "row" between frontrunner Boris Johnson and his partner, hours before campaigning was to begin to..
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Boris Johnson: Police 'called to Tory leadership contender's home'

boris johnson: police 'called to tory leadership contender's home'
The Guardian reports police went to the home of the MP and his partner after a neighbour heard an argument.
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