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Women’s Relay Competition

The young team of Franziska Hildebrand, Franziska Preuss, Vanessa Hinz and Dahlmeier clocked 1 hour, 11 minutes,...

Tennis Match: Go Federer

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Sail GP: how do supercharged racing yachts go so fast? An engineer explains

Sailing used to be considered as a rather sedate pastime. But in the past few years, the...

Algeria’s establishment wants quick elections. Protesters see it as a trap.

Months after huge demonstrations toppled President Bouteflika, the ruling establishment is taking steps towards speedy elections.

Missing billions, losing patience: Liberia probe targets former officials

Under pressure over the economy and corruption, President Weah has launched a controversial anti-graft investigation.

Animals are disappearing from forests, with grave consequences for the fight against climate breakdown – new research

It’s tempting to think that our forests would be fine if we could simply stop trees being felled or burnt. But forests –...

Why don’t local people have a greater say in their neighbourhoods?

It’s been 50 years since the UK made its first serious attempt to give local people greater...

For a sustainable future, we need to reconnect with what we’re eating – and each other

Eating alone, once considered an oddity, has become commonplace for many across the Western world. Fast food...

What does a healthy diet look like for me and the planet? It depends where you live

I want people to think about the food that they eat not just from “field to fork”...

Xenophobic attacks: Why the official outrage from Nigeria this time?

After repeated xenophobic attacks in South Africa, the Nigerian government response has typically been muted. Why...

Bearing the Burden: Why Clean Water Is Vital to Elevating Women and Girls out of Poverty

Access to clean water is more than just a health issue – it’s the key to gender...
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