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Weekly Magazine - 05 January 2017
The Korean missile crisis
Pyongyang’s latest bout of nuclear posturing has placed its enemies on high alert.
2017: Year of the dove?
How can we help the millions of people caught up in conflict, suffering massively in wars with no end in sight?” asked António Guterres, the new secretary-general of the United Nations, on New Year’s Day.
Istanbul’s new year tragedy
Daesh seeks to divide Turkey by attacking a glitzy nightclub overlooking the Bosphorus.
Will Trump be Putin’s puppet?
US relations with Russia continue to deteriorate, but that could all change from January 20.
Brazil’s jailbreaks expose the country’s overburdened prison system
How Trump is already disrupting Mexican lives
France wins the right to disconnect
Bangalore’s night of shame
Rohingya suffering casts a pall over Suu Kyi’s human rights credentials
Boko Haram: Back from the dead
Kabila agrees to step down, but for how long?
Prime minister’s questions, Israel-style: Netanyahu faces the police
Water war in Damascus
IS lashes out in Iraq as the onslaught on Mosul rumbles on
Red sky at night
The charred remains of a house in the Chilean port city of Valparaiso smoulder against an ominously fiery skyline. Savage wildfires have incinerated over 100 homes in the area, forcing the evacuation of around 400 people and causing authorities to issue a red alert. The fires, made more drastic by a blustering wind and soaring temperatures, have already destroyed at least 50 hectares of woodland.
China bans the ivory trade
India opens two world-leading clean energy projects
Is the UK Labour Party dead?
Britain’s Labour Party boasts more members than any other political party in the EU, and they re-elected Jeremy Corbyn, its socialist leader, with a thumping majority last year. But the broader electorate seems not to share their faith. Indeed, according to a new report by the socialist Fabian Society, which helped found Labour, the party is on course to win fewer than 200 seats at the next election - its worst performance since 1935. Labo [...]
New research on dinosaur eggs scrambles the extinction theory
Amazon, coming to a patch of sky near you?
Fighting climate change: Are scientists hemispheres apart?
Our picks from the international press
Reporting Behind Enemy Lines in Mosul
Tattoos in Kinshasa: Overcoming conflict and taboos
Venezuela military trafficking food as country goes hungry
Brussels’ underground guitar heroes
The persecuted journalist who fled Mao’s China for Hong Kong and the granddaughter out to tell family’s story in a graphic novel
A Witness to Iran’s Intensifying Struggle with Climate Change
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