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The Queen's health: what we know so far

The Queen’s health: what we know so far
By The Guardian Sep. 8, 2022

Billionaire MacKenzie Scott files for divorce from second husband

Citing court records, the New York Times reported that Scott filed for divorce from Dan Jewett in Washington state on Monday.
By The Guardian Oct. 1, 2022

Feature: Zim’s young chess queens checkmate early marriages, poverty

Since taking up the sport three years ago, she has won 15 medals — 10 gold, three silver and two bronze — ­ in tournaments around the country.
By The Guardian Oct. 11, 2022

Driver ‘seriously injured’ after being run over three times by own car

The woman had attempted in vain to stop the vehicle, before falling to the ground and was run over a first time.
By The Guardian Nov. 5, 2022

Rescue operation under way after plane crashes into Lake Victoria

The aircraft, which had departed from the capital, Dar es Salaam, “fell in Lake Victoria this morning due to storms and heavy rains”, TBC reported.
By The Guardian Nov. 6, 2022

Feature: ‘Everyone is an artist’: Zim’s My Beautiful Home contest

My Beautiful Home is a project that seeks to rekindle the ancient art of decorating and beautifying rural homesteads using materials, colours and pigments gathered from the earth.
By The Guardian Nov. 8, 2022

Breaking: England battle past Pakistan to win T20 World Cup final

Pakistan had scored what looked an under-par 137 as Adil Rashid and Sam Curran starred among England’s bowlers
By The Guardian Nov. 13, 2022

Pelé moved to end-of-life care in hospital, reports say

Pelé, 82, was admitted to hospital on Tuesday to re-evaluate his cancer treatment, according to medical reports.
By The Guardian Dec. 3, 2022

Feature: Former ‘Whites only’ luxury store turned into arts centre

It was a creative world away from the heydays of Greatermans, which, along with Meikles and Barbours, was among Zimbabwe’s premier department stores in the colonial era.
By The Guardian Jan. 6, 2023

Teens taking alcohol risk drink-related problems: Study

The team found that experience of alcohol-related harms and binge drinking — where five or more drinks are consumed in one sitting — increased as the children grew older.
By The Guardian Jan. 7, 2023

Feature: ‘The Crocodile has not changed’

Mnangagwa, whose guile and alleged brutality earned him the nickname “the Crocodile”, is expected to stand for a second term in this year’s elections.
By The Guardian Jan. 25, 2023

Netflix crackdown on password sharing to begin in coming months

While our terms of use limit use of Netflix to a household, we recognise this is a change for members who share their account more broadly
By The Guardian Jan. 26, 2023

World risks descending into a climate ‘doom loop’, warn thinktanks

The damage caused by global heating across the globe is increasingly clear, and recovering from climate disasters is already costing billions of dollars.
By The Guardian Feb. 16, 2023

Nigeria’s president-elect appeals to opponents after chaotic election

In a series of speeches, Tinubu sought to deflect attention from the problems with the election and avert post-poll violence.
By The Guardian Mar. 2, 2023

Russia-Ukraine war live: Ukrainian defence of Bakhmut ‘under severe pressure’ as Russian forces close in

Ukrainian resupply routes out of the besieged city of Bakhmut are becoming “increasingly limited”, according to the UK Ministry of Defence.
By The Guardian Mar. 4, 2023

BBC suspends Gary Lineker from Match of the Day over tweet on migration

Corporation takes its highest-paid presenter off air after criticism from Tory MPs and rightwing media
By The Guardian Mar. 10, 2023

Walton Dangarembizi obituary

Wala was also an accomplished musician himself, playing drums, mbira and hosho with the African Dawn collective.
By The Guardian Mar. 16, 2023

Lance Reddick, star of The Wire and John Wick, dies aged 60

The actor had been recently doing interviews for his role in John Wick: Chapter 4, released next week.
By The Guardian Mar. 18, 2023

Dalai Lama apologises after kissing boy and asking him to ‘suck his tongue

The Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, is the holiest figure in Tibetan Buddhism and has lived in exile in India since 1959, when Tibet was annexed by China.
By The Guardian Apr. 10, 2023

Dominic Raab resigns as deputy PM after bullying allegations

The senior Conservative MP had faced multiple formal complaints over his dealings with civil servants, including claims, first revealed by the Guardian,
By The Guardian Apr. 21, 2023

Harry Belafonte, singer, actor and tireless activist, dies aged 96

Bob Dylan’s first recording – playing harmonica – was on Belafonte’s 1962 album, Midnight Special.
By The Guardian Apr. 26, 2023

Mokoomba: Tusona: Tracings in the Sand review – stirring pan-African sounds flowing from the Zambezi

While grounded in the traditions of the Luvale people of the Zambezi – the group hail from Victoria Falls – their sound is pan-African.
By The Guardian Jul. 3, 2023

Nigeria-led regional bloc ready to flex its muscle in Niger

One is a lingering deep sense of hostility towards France over its post-colonial record in Francophone Africa, which is being stirred up to justify the coup.
By The Guardian Aug. 4, 2023

Former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan sentenced to three years in jail

Khan has denied all wrongdoing and his lawyer, Intezar Hussain Panjutha, said they would be appealing against the ruling, calling it a case of “political victimisation”.
By The Guardian Aug. 5, 2023

‘Sweets for the people’: Zimbabwe’s voters lured by land barons’ promises

Zimbabwe’s weakened state structures have allowed corrupt “land barons” linked to the ruling party to flourish.
By The Guardian Aug. 18, 2023

Elon Musk admits X ‘may fail’ after glitch deletes Twitter photos

Elon Musk, the owner of the app formerly known as Twitter, has said the social media site “may fail”, after a glitch caused pictures posted before December 2014 to be deleted.
By The Guardian Aug. 21, 2023

Donald Trump allegedly inflated his net worth by as much as $2.2bn in 2014

Letitia James, a Democrat, is seeking summary judgment in her multimillion-dollar civil suit against the Trump Organization over its financial affairs.
By The Guardian Aug. 31, 2023

Female frogs appear to fake death to avoid unwanted advances, study shows

But the research suggests this may not be the case. “Females in these dense breeding aggregations are not passive as previously thought,” Dittrich said.
By The Guardian Oct. 11, 2023

The Beatles set record 54-year gap between No 1 singles as Now and Then tops UK chart

Now and Then was also streamed more than 5 million times in the UK, by far the highest single week figure for any Beatles song.
By The Guardian Nov. 12, 2023

David Cameron returns to UK government as foreign secretary

Downing Street had not appointed a replacement housing secretary by mid-afternoon, amid reports that several MPs had turned the job down.
By The Guardian Nov. 13, 2023