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Hong Kong: three rallies mark 11th weekend of protests  Demonstrators aim to show public support for movement remains strong and defuse tension with more peaceful marches Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Hong...
Diva Forever: can a new reality show reveal the real Gemma Collins?  The Towie star goes it alone on ITVBe – but the whole thing’s weirdly lacking in authenticity What is Gemma Collins doing this week? A good question. In...
Trump and Netanyahu are playing a bigoted game of chicken  The US president feigns concern for Jews to justify bullying Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. Israel is happy to play along Why would a president who has elevated white...
All Blacks deliver Bledisloe pain with 36-point whitewash of Wallabies  * Stark reversal of fortunes on home soil delivers Cup to holders * Australians left to pick up pieces ahead of World CupNew Zealand secured the 2019...
Nora Quoirin's family dismiss 'unhelpful' speculation over death  Family of teenager found dead in Malaysian jungle say reports may hinder investigations The family of Nora Quoirin, the British teenager found dead in the...
Rap's X Factor: can a TV talent show find the next Stormzy?  Rap and reality TV haven’t always meshed – but Krept and Konan’s new series could change that UK rap is in the best shape it has ever been in. We have had Stormzy...
Just walk away: dodging the bling on Folegandros, Greece  This small Cyclades island seems to be all sparkly sandals and chic frocks but out of town fantastic cliffs and quiet beaches take over Next week: Milos and Sifnos •...
Thrice as nice: rice recipes from around the world | Yotam Ottolenghi  Think you know rice? Try a Korean fusion starter of fritters, a vegetarian Cajun dirty rice and a southern US-style black rice and butternut squash main...
How we live together: the mother, daughter and best friend  ‘I came to stay with Madeleine and Tabby for six weeks before going to study. We had such a nice time, they invited me back’ Hattie Cansino, 30 Madeleine’s been my...
Darkly funny, desperate and full of rage: what makes a millennial novel?  Crushingly self-aware protagonists, the search for a place to call home, a longing for stability ... is the millennial generation too fragmented to be...
The 20 photographs of the week  Tear gas in Hong Kong, the poise of Simone Biles, the beauty of nature – the last seven days, as captured by the world’s best photojournalists Continue reading...
The best poly hydroxy acids | Sali Hughes  Worried that liquid exfoliants will irritate or dehydrate your skin? Try PHAs, which are gentler yet effective Liquid exfoliants have replaced the formerly pointless middle step in the ...
Streaming: Netflix and the Obamas raise the stakes  Netflix gears up for awards season with a Sundance winner backed by Michelle and Barack Obama’s production company As if it weren’t aiming to subsume the cinema market in...
Art Spiegelman: golden age superheroes were shaped by the rise of fascism  Created in New York by Jewish immigrants, the first comic book superheroes were mythic saviours who could combat the Nazi threat. They speak to the dark ...
Will a wet vacuum be enough to give our carpets a good clean?  We can rent a RugDoctor for about £25, but we’re worried that it may be a waste of time and money Every week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up ...
Less boom, more bust? Economic fears threaten Trump's 2020 message  Stock market dips and tariff uncertainty have the president anxious about the possibility of a recession on his watch Donald Trump has made the US economy a...
Buy a classic Guardian photograph: Szechenyi Baths, Budapest, August 2006  This week in our Guardian Print Shop series we have an image shot by David Levene of the Szechenyi Baths in Budapest Men play chess while submerged to...
Denis Thatcher was the last commoner to get what? The Weekend quiz  From Smokey Bear to the Sunshine Girls, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz 1 Where does the Pont Saint-Bénézet fail to span the Rhône? 2 Denis Thatcher...
How to build a climate-proof home that never floods  The Netherlands has found an ingenious way to combat rising water – build housing that does the same Could climate change-resistant homes help solve the housing crisis? The...
Super deluxe student accommodation for wealthy parents  The days when all students lived in pretty much the same standard of digs has long gone * University – you know the fees, but what about the costs? * £6,000 a year for a...
New life flows into Great Yarmouth as waterways reopen  Volunteers hope restoration will return UK seaside town to its former glory and reverse its decline There was a time, when Clare Cooper was a child, when she thought Great ...
Rats and raw sewage: Jeffrey Epstein jail blighted by 'horrible' conditions  The Metropolitan correctional center is under fire in the wake of Epstein’s death – and critics say urgent change is needed The New York Metropolitan...
Four summer jam recipes | Kylee Newton  Store up the sunshine for the leaner months in homemade jams of peach and lemon thyme, gooseberry and camomile, raspberry and cacao, or a strawberry and lemon marmalade Before you start...
Jamie Demetriou on the return of Stath Lets Flats  As the Bafta-nominated sitcom returns, Jamie Demetriou and co talk about creating 2019’s funniest sitcom Jamie Demetriou has never worked in a lettings agency, he doesn’t know...
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