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People's vote marchers: ‘Brexit is not done by a long way’

From morris dancers to a man dressed as death and everyone inbetween: the Guardian follows anti-Brexit protesters in London on Saturday as they march to demand...

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The 'Lost Rambos' of Papua New Guinea: how weapons and Hollywood changed tribal disputes

Tribal fighting has long been present in the Papua New Guinea highlands, but the influx of modern automatic weaponry in the 1990s turned local disputes into...

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The 'Lost Rambos' of Papua New Guinea: how weapons and Hollywood changed tribal disputes

Tribal fighting has long been present in the Papua New Guinea highlands, but the influx of modern automatic weaponry in the 1990s turned local disputes into...

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Why so many black people love kung fu

Kung fu references crop up a lot in black culture from Jim Kelly in Enter the Dragon and Wesley Snipes’ Blade films to hip-hop artists like Wu-Tang Clan...

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‘Make Spain great again’: does Melilla really need a Trump-style wall? | Divided Cities

Everyone in Melilla has some connection to the city’s most visible and controversial feature: a huge barbed-wire fence, which separates this Spanish port city...

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Who wants to live forever? | Death Land #1

What if you could cheat death and live forever? To people in the radical life extension movement, immortality is a real possibility. Leah Green spends a long...

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Beyond Brexit, Corbyn and Johnson: Stoke's politics of hope | Anywhere but Westminster

In the 2016 referendum, John Harris and John Domokos watched the Staffordshire city vote heavily to leave the EU. Since then, some remainers say they have...

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Beyond Brexit, Corbyn and Johnson: Stoke's politics of hope | Anywhere but Westminster

In the 2016 referendum, John Harris and John Domokos watched the Staffordshire city vote heavily to leave the EU. Since then, some remainers say they have...

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Why do Havana's taxi drivers earn more than doctors? | Divided Cities

Cuba’s strange dual system means that public sector workers and those in private enterprise are paid in different currencies. Laura, a GP, earns Cuban...

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Why do Havana's taxi drivers earn more than doctors? | Divided Cities

Cuba’s strange dual system means that public sector workers and those in private enterprise are paid in different currencies. Laura, a GP, earns Cuban...

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Are the Tories losing their suburban heartlands? | Anywhere but Westminster

As their national election trek goes on, John Harris and John Domokos hit the Surrey town of Guildford, recently won by the Conservatives with a big majority...

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The food deserts of Memphis: inside America's hunger capital | Divided Cities

In the ‘food deserts’ of Memphis, Tennessee, dominated by fast food outlets and convenience stores, locals lack what seems a basic human right in...

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The food deserts of Memphis: inside America's hunger capital | Divided Cities

In the ‘food deserts’ of Memphis, Tennessee, dominated by fast food outlets and convenience stores, locals lack what seems a basic human right in...

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