The Guardian Weekly magazine is a round-up of the world news, opinion and long reads that have shaped the week. Inside, the past seven days' most memorable stories are reframed with striking photography and insightful companion pieces, all handpicked from The Guardian and The Observer.
Sudan’s descent into war, Fox snared in lies, art inspired by angels
Global report • Headlines from the last seven days
SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT
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‘Nobody is left’ • As brutal fighting lays waste to wealthy central Khartoum, the capital city’s most sought-after addresses are now so dangerous that residents are doing what they can to flee
Khalifa Haftar Libyan warlord who could fuel a drawn-out proxy war
Dominion case Fox and the $787m cost of avoiding public humiliation
Carlson exit Host’s bile and bigotry became too much for Fox
Ukraine war triggers new high in global arms budgets
Dig down Stalin-era bunkers dusted off • Although a missile attack deep into Russia is unlikely, historic bomb shelters are being made ready for use
The (not so) open and shut case of the EU’s nuclear split
All the people India’s rise is accompanied by China’s contraction
Raab’s furious exit offers little respite to mandarins • Bullying report forced the deputy prime minister’s hand, but tensions between the government and civil servants are high
CBI future in doubt as firms leave after abuse claims
A vet’s life, fighting for the Bwindi mountain gorilla • Under the watchful eye of Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Uganda’s great ape population has recovered impressively
The shunned communist heroine who sailed the world solo
Whodunnit? Brexit kills London leg of the Orient Express
Not silenced Murdered reporter’s work goes on • Crusading journalist Rafael Moreno predicted the years he had dedicated to investigating alleged corruption put him at risk
Beacon of free media moves to Costa Rica in survival bid
Can a toot ever match a tweet? • After Musk bought Twitter, many users fled to rival Mastodon. But, while its numbers have since dropped, a loyal base remains passionate
Governors act to halt ‘turning back clock’ on abortion
Indigenous peoples fear toxic leaks from oil industry
Sudan’s outsider general • How the leader of a powerful militia fell out with the Sudanese army – and plunged the country into civil war.
“I envied the freedom that comes from opting out of motherhood • Helen Pidd had always wanted to be a mum – but, after three rounds of IVF, she stopped trying. Could she find comfort from a community that celebrated being childfree by choice?
The truth is that Fox News and its audience are addicted to lies
War has forced people living on the border to choose their identity
As Brexiters fall back, nuance is returning to Britain’s foreign policy
India’s friends must not remain silent over the growing democratic deficit
WRITE TO US
A WEEK IN VENN DIAGRAMS
Otherworldly sight • Dismissed as a crackpot in her lifetime, Hilma af Klint is now gaining recognition in a show that places her work alongside that of fellow spiritualist Piet Mondrian
Welcome to Musktopia • Elon Musk, Google and Meta are building workers’ homes. Should we be celebrating or worrying about the new generation of company towns?
Lands of the free • Favoured by rightwing radicals, investment zones are little more than anarchic experiments that hinder democracy
When Noah met Sally • A TV comedy sketch writer’s love affair to remember with a pop star sparks this witty take on the Hollywood...