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 2022-07-03 07:51 

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Australia to dump Covid vaccine requirements and travel exemptions for international arrivals...

People arriving in the country will no longer need to use the digital passenger declaration under changes to come into effect next week...

 2022-07-03 07:45 

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Explosion of life on Earth linked to heavy metal act at planet's centre...

Formation of solid iron core 550m years ago restored magnetic field and protected surface...

 2022-07-03 07:30 

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Lies, spies and dirty tricks: the truth about Britain's undercover police...

The Observer exposed infiltration practices in 2010 the BBC's Sherwood shows how TV drama can keep the issue alive...

 2022-07-03 07:30 

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Tinted moisturisers: 10 of the best...

The new generation of barely there foundations not only help boost hydration but come in a greater variety of shades...

 2022-07-03 07:30 

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Explosive testimony suggests Trump was set on a coup that evokes America's darkest hour...

The 6 January hearings already confirm a plan for insurrection and recall the civil war and its 'lost cause' aftermath...

 2022-07-03 07:15 

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Royal Navy promoted sailor despite joining neo-Nazi group...

Would-be submariner exposed by Observer escaped discipline amid fear of extremism in forces...

 2022-07-03 07:15 

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The fine art of not doing what you 'should' do...

Talented gardeners since the time of Gertrude Jekyll have always gone their own way, writes James Wong...

 2022-07-03 07:01 

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Adele tells of guilt over cancelled Las Vegas shows, break with her father and being a 'sad person'...

Singer tells BBC Radio's Desert Island Discs she became a 'shell of a person' after deciding the residency could not go ahead...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Nitram review a harrowing portrait of Australia's most deadly mass shooter...

Based on the true story of a lone gunman who killed 35 people in Port Arthur, Tasmania, in 1996, Justin Kurzel's drama is a complex study of a lethal misfit...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Feminist magazine Ms turns 50: a beacon for rights, sex equality and Roe v Wade...

The radical periodical has been fighting for feminism since 1972 and now it's as relevant as it ever was...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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So the arguments over Brexit are done and dusted for a generation. Really, Tony Blair?...

We desperately need to rejoin the European Union, whatever the former PM thinks...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Thibaut Pinot still France's favourite but hopes of home glory thin on the ground...

It has been 36 years since the country's last victory in the men's race and it is hard to see who can stop it from becoming 37...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Paramedics set up units inside A&E to ease long queues...

Experiment in London speeds up handover by emergency ambulance crews to doctors and is safer for patients...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Is your smartphone ruining your memory? A special report on the rise of 'digital amnesia'...

'I can't remember anything' is a common complaint these days. But is it because we rely so heavily on our smartphones? And do the endless alerts and distractions stop us forming new memories?...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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The Nigerian gas deal, the Irish impresario and the 8bn ruling amid claims of bribery...

Officials allege contract was corruptly procured by business duo behind P&ID as saga of energy project and secretive tribunal heads for high court...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Trevor Bayliss: 'Morgs made England ruthless and test the ceiling of what was possible'...

The former England head coach tells Ali Martin about the glorious dynamic he shared with 'top notch' Eoin Morgan, who is standing down as white-ball captain...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Lawns are such a yawn!...

Isn't it time to rethink our patch of green? By Eva Wiseman...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Great expectations don't faze Spain as they look to make a mark at Euro 2022...

The rise of Barcelona in the women's game means Spain are expected to challenge the established powers this summer...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Mob-style killings shock Netherlands into fighting descent into 'narco state'...

Murders, corruption and 'Mocro Maffia' prompt Dutch to set up war chest to tackle wave of organised crime sweeping nation...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Mickey Mouse could soon leave Disney as 95-year copyright expiry nears...

The beloved character was created in 1928 and the cartoon is widely regarded as a pioneer in animation...

 2022-07-03 07:00 

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Simone Lia: First time for everything cartoon...

From a first hop to a first fall......

 2022-07-03 06:54 

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Russia-Ukraine war: three killed in blasts in Russian city near Ukraine border latest updates...

Dozens of residential buildings also damaged in Belgorod explosions; Ukraine rejects claims Russian forces have surrounded Lysychansk...

 2022-07-03 06:41 

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North Korea says it may boost military to counter US, South Korea and Japan pact...

Pyongyang accuses US of seeking 'military supremacy' over Asia Pacific amid reports North ready for first nuclear test in five years...

 2022-07-03 06:30 

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Danny Kruger has been hiding his real talent he knows what women want...

The Tory MP joins other men who would like to decide when a woman can have an abortion...

 2022-07-03 06:15 

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Labour accused of 'silencing' women in row over sex-based rights group...

Party denies 'gender-critical' group's claims that refusal of a conference stand was a 'political judgment'...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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A mirage of peace? Joe Biden ventures back into Middle East's shifting sands...

US president's controversial visit to Saudi Arabia comes at a moment of great upheaval as Russia and China compete for influence, says Observer columnist Simon Tisdall...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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As Trump's star wanes, another rises: could Ron DeSantis be the new Maga bearer?...

With the January 6 hearings chipping away at the former president's image, the Republican Florida governor is quietly working to turn the tide in his favor...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Meeting of Afghan clerics ends with silence on education for girls...

Elders call for international recognition but supreme leader tells foreign countries not to interfere...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Germany and Ireland denounce Boris Johnson's bid to ditch Northern Ireland protocol...

Rare joint declaration indicates hardening of EU position on plans that more than 70 Tory MPs failed to vote for...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Putin: His Life and Times review the collapse that shaped the man who would be tsar...

Philip Short's meticulous new biography forces us to look at Vladimir Putin's most appalling acts from a Russian perspective...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Space odyssey: creating room in a family home in Kent...

Opening up a 1900s house on the Kent coast...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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As Macron does quiet deals with Le Pen, the far right has France in its grip...

She might have lost the presidential election, but the RN leader's influence is all over the mainstream...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Northern Ireland wants stability. Tearing up the Brexit agreement will put peace and prosperity at risk...

The British government has chosen unilaterally to break the protocol, which it signed two years ago but Europe stands by it...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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The big picture: the persistence of normality in the Democratic Republic of the Congo...

Finbarr O'Reilly's shot of a hair salon in Ituri province documents the continuation of everyday life in one of the world's most fractured communities...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Under the Skin review: US healthcare, racism and a terrible toll taken...

Linda Villarosa paints a horrifying picture of embedded inequality and prejudice, yet still finds hope for the future...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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'How are we supposed to live?': fast-food workers squeezed by inflation...

Workers at big chains struggle to make ends meet as prices increase but their wages have not...

 2022-07-03 06:00 

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Daisy Haggard: 'Forget work. Let's just talk about Wotsits'...

After a string of hits including Back to Life and Breeders, the actor and writer is hot property. So why does she only want to discuss crisps?...

 2022-07-03 05:45 

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Sunday with Ardal O'Hanlon: 'I often don't get out of my tennis gear'...

The comedian tells Roz Lewis about his love of crosswords, newspapers, vegetables and Better Call Sau...

 2022-07-03 05:30 

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The Observer view on China's rule over Hong Kong...

However much it offends our sensibilities, what can the west really do about Xi Jinping's warped version of democracy?...

 2022-07-03 05:15 

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With July comes a whole new gardening agenda...

It's a busy time, but remember to enjoy it says Allan Jenkins...

 2022-07-03 05:01 

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Ryanair strike threat set to add to summer airport chaos in Europe...

Planned action by the airline's Spain-based cabin crew over working conditions will increase disruption for holidaymakers...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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Sex on the beach: a beloved California fish wriggles ashore to spawn...

Grunion run has fascinated scientists and locals for decades, but their future is threatened by the climate crisis...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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Clive James goes to Wimbledon, 1981...

What would the Australian writer's caustic wit make of John McEnroe's tantrums? By Chris Hall...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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The best new wine online...

Delicious drops from two of the internet's biggest wine merchants...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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For the record...

This week's corrections...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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TV tonight: Joe Lycett is having a Pride party and you're all invited...

The comedian is set to pull his biggest stunt yet to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pride. Plus, The Outlaws approaches its endgame. Here's everthing to watch this evening...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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Note Dublin: 'Bright-eyed enthusiasm' restaurant review...

Dublin's restaurant scene is hard to navigate, but at Note you'll definitely be leaving on a high, says Jay Rayner...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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The Observer view on Britain's shortage of GPs...

At a time when the country's population needs more care than ever, we are training far fewer doctors than we should...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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Letters: we desperately need more hospital beds...

Increasing capacity would restore patient confidence, reduce waiting lists and improve staff morale...

 2022-07-03 05:00 

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Should I dump my rich friends?...

Educate them about what it's like not having a trust fund, says Philippa Perry...

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