The Guardian at 35
By Guardian Exclusive
04 July 2018 | 2:50 pm
Celebrating 35 years of responsible news coverage.
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30 Jun 2022
The site, co-founded by Nobel laureate Maria Ressa, was known for covering outgoing President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody crackdown on illegal drugs. The move comes a day before Duterte is due to leave office.
17 Jul 2022
This year's ready-to-wear winter collections are all about love and seduction: the delicate balance between what's shown and what isn't. Vaquera has found inspiration in the iconic black latex jumpsuit worn by Maggie Cheung in the 1996 film "Irma Vep" directed by Olivier Assayas. Victor Weinsanto, meanwhile, showcases an extravagant corset-and-cape look for "Emily in Paris" star Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu. Finally, the Love Brings Love exhibition offers a moving homage to late iconic designer Alber Elbaz.
21 Aug 2022
In Mexico, rescue workers are scrambling to save the lives of ten workers trapped in a coal mine. A section of the mine became flooded and collapsed on Wednesday. It is thought the miners accidentally triggered the flooding during tunneling work.
17 Aug 2022
The head of Kenya’s election body on Monday declared William Ruto the winner of the country’s close-fought presidential election, despite several commissioners rejecting the results.
19 Aug 2022
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5 Sep 2022
Telling untold stories is in the blood of Bilan Media, Somalia's only all-female news outlet. From gender-based violence to balancing school and home, Bilan Media pays particular attention to women in its reporting.
6 Sep 2022
The website looks authentic, but it isn't. Fake news sites showing well-known media brand names are acting as vehicles for Russian propaganda, among other things.
9 Sep 2022
'I have never known another ruler last that long', Nigerians react to Queen Elizabeth's death
31 Oct 2022
Low digital literacy, political and religious biases, as well as the functionality of social media platforms, have turned India into a hub for fake news. But how can this be countered?
30 Nov 2022
The regime's brutal treatment of protesters and lack of reliable sources make social networks an indispensable medium of passing on information from the streets.
At least six fake covers of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo have been circulating online over the past six months, especially on Russian Telegram channels, For one of them, the cover story it's relaying is also fabricated. We take a closer look in this edition of Truth or Fake with Vedika Bahl.
"Living corpses" in Bucha, Putin tattoos in a German hospice, Hitler on the cover of "Vogue," and World Cup fans "bought" by Qatar — Just some of the news stories DW fact-checkers examined in 2022.
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Clashes between supporters of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko and the police have killed at least 15 people. The violence erupted after he was sentenced to two years in prison.
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Taiwan is the world's leading producer of microchips - used in cell phones, cars, refrigerators and weapons. A Chinese invasion would deal a devastating blow to the global high-tech supply chain.
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Recent drone attacks and the shelling of a Russian border town have forced residents to flee their homes, sowing panic and fear. The Kremlin has downplayed the raids, but experts think they reveal Putin's weaknesses.
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It's hard to overstate just how pervasive and permanent plastic pollution has become, with microplastics now found in almost every corner of the world - from the bottom of the oceans, to the peaks of the Himalayas, to our own stomachs. Talks have been taking place in Paris aimed at limiting global plastic pollution - the second phase of ambitious UN negotiations with the goal of reaching a legally-binding international treaty by the end of 2024.
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India has made it compulsory for cough syrup manufacturers to provide samples of their products for testing before export. But experts say this doesn't go far enough.
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South Africa has invited Vladimir Putin to the BRICS summit. But with an international arrest warrant out for the Russian president, it faces arresting Putin if he comes. It's trying to avoid that at all costs.