Tuesday, 9th August 2022
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27 Jul 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Tuesday.
14 Jul 2020
In tonight's edition: Kenya declares its school year is considered lost because of the coronavirus pandemic. Primary and secondary pupils will not return to class until January 2021. The move has huge implications for schools, parents and children. Also, Senegal hopes homeland staycations will save the tourism industry as many would-be holidaymakers cannot travel abroad – our correspondents report. And finally, one self-taught ballet dancer in Lagos is sharing his skills and his passion with children across the Nigerian city.


8 hours ago
The Russian army is still shelling Ukrainian cities, but the rolling barrage along the front line appears to have stopped. Observers say a turning point has been reached — thanks in large part to military aid.
8 hours ago
Data suggest that Germany may be on the brink of an economic downturn that could ultimately lead some businesses to move abroad.
9 hours ago
German officials have expressed fears that a worst-case winter of energy problems could prompt an extremist backlash. How bad things get may depend on how well they manage the crisis – in policy and perception.
9 hours ago
DW correspondent Fanny Facsar reports from a small village in the Kyiv region, where efforts are underway to help reopen the only school that exists in the area.
10 hours ago
Kenya's Deputy President and presidential hopeful William Ruto cast his ballot early on Tuesday morning (August 9) as Kenyans elect a new president.
11 hours ago
Kevin Spacey is reportedly being sued for hundreds of thousands of pounds for “psychiatric damage” by one of the men he is accused of sexually assaulting.