The Guardian - March 12, 2022
The Guardian - March 12, 2022
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March 12, 2022
Macron savages UK for not making refugees welcome
Macron savages UK for failing to make refugees welcome
No electricity, and now food and water running out in Mariupol
Ukrainian authorities have been making urgent new efforts to open a viable humanitarian corridor to the besieged southern port of Mariupol as Russian airstrikes targeted cities in the west in a significant widening of the scope of its campaign.
Hope despite the horror Surreal reality of life in Kyiv as Russians advance
Sixteen days after Russia invaded Ukraine and life in the capital Kyiv is far from ordinary. It is a city under siege. Half of the inhabitants have left. Russian tanks and armoured vehicles are edging ever closer, from the north and west, with some units a mere 9 miles away. There are sandbags and tank traps.
Back into the cold Why McDonald's closures is about more than burgers
When the first McDonald’s in Moscow opened 32 years ago, the line of Russians waiting outside was hundreds of metres long. There were long queues again this week for a last Happy Meal and a slice of history as the fast-food group closes its doors in Russia.
‘My plan is there is no plan' The foreign fighters joining the battle against Russia
Igor Gavrylko was at his home in west London when the Russian bombs began to fall on Ukraine.
Russia accuses US and Ukraine of plotting to use birds to spread pathogens
Russia has accused Ukraine and the US at the UN security council of a plot to use migratory birds and bats to spread pathogens, raising alarm among other council members that the accusations could be intended to provide cover for future Russian use of biological weapons.
Media coverage How countries outside the west report on the Ukraine ‘disagreement'
Many an insult has been hurled at Vladimir Putin since he invaded Ukraine a fortnight ago, causing chaos, heartbreak and death. A bloodstained aggressor. A 21st -century Stalin. A total fucking dickhead. Beelzebub.
Lebedev Peer slates Russophobia and says he is not a risk to UK security
Evgeny Lebedev, the son of a former KGB agent who was given a peerage by Boris Johnson, has insisted he is not a “security risk”, as the UK slapped sanctions on hundreds of Russian politicians for being complicit in the invasion of Ukraine.
Enough coffee now? Why posh hot chocolate is the new fix on the high street
A posh hot chocolate used to involve marshmallows and whipped cream but these days it is all about the cocoa percentage, as retailers selling luxury single-origin drinks set out to conquer the high street.
Human trials to start on long-term release pills that could replace daily medication
Switching daily pills for drugs that can be taken just once a week or month could transform the lives of people with conditions ranging from schizophrenia to opioid addiction, and those taking contraceptive pills, say researchers.
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