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.
Returning to the Amazon, dam collapse in Ukraine and the power of animal thought
The Guardian Weekly
Global report • Headlines from the last seven days
SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT
‘We’ll continue to fight’ • A year on from the killings of Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips in the Amazon, Indigenous activists are defending their land with new resolve
800m trees felled Vast forest loss linked to cattle farming
Danger zone The Javari valley and its people are under threat – Lula must take bold action
Zelenskiy’s troops attack in apparent precursor to new surge
Kyiv accuse s Russia of blowing up critical dam
Wave of violence hits north after mayoral elections
Army action Khan isolated as powerful military works to destroy party
Police open criminal case over Odisha train disaster
Why were Italian and Israeli spies on fatal boat trip?
‘Blue wall’ Tories are falling out of love with the party
The war hero who missed his own day of reckoning • Ben Roberts-Smith was lauded as the nation’s most valorous soldier – until a judge ruled he probably murdered unarmed civilians in Afghanistan
The real victims This case shows foreign armies have failed my poor country
Rag trade Solve clothes waste crisis, dealers tell EU
Role of US military in question amid cycle of violence
Thirst impressions • Everyone agrees that we need some form of hydration – but is it safe to shun ‘boring’ water in favour of nothing but coffee, tea or juice?
Organisers cancel Pride events in Florida amid safety fears
Across the gap Why bipartisan Biden can claim victory in debt-limit deal
The animal mind’s eye • Can humans ever understand how animals think? Research is overturning assumptions about what creature s are capable of
HOW THE PODCAST CHANGED POP CULTURE • In 20 years, podcasting has upended pop culture in countless, unexpected ways – whether that’s making comedy less gladiatorial, musicians more available, or giving us more content dedicated to our favourite things
Europe’s lurch to the right rolls on. Only unity on the left can stop it
Fairytales reflect the morals of the age. It’s no sin to rewrite them
I love electric cars and was an early adopter. But I’m feeling duped
Covid is no longer a global health emergency. But its impact will be felt for years • Founded 1821 Independently owned by the Scott Trust
A WEEK IN VENN DIAGRAMS
Freeze frames • How do the world’s galleries stay fresh in shifting times?
Cannes 2023 High marks in a year to be savoured • Few would deny Anatomy of a Fall the top prize – yet from Jonathan Glazer to Aki Kaurismaki to Wim Wenders, this was an outstanding festival
Theatregoers behaving badly • What’s it like to star in a show when audiences are chatting, singing, watching football and opening lagers? Actors vent their anger at the ‘Netflix mindset’
BIOGRAPHY • Loud and clear The voice of a very English socialist, George Orwell, comes alive in a biography that draws out the writer’s contradictions
FICTION • Divide and rule A masterpiece of Korean history, this epic political novel traces the country from Japanese occupation through partition
BOOKS OF THE MONTH • The best recent poetry
ASK Annalisa Barbieri • My boyfriend threatens to...