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.
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Unrest in France, Israel hits Jenin and making condoms sexy
Global report • Headlines from the last seven days
SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT
Global report United Kingdom
A parallel world • The police killing of a 17-year-old boy of Algerian and Moroccan descent provoked fury from sections of French society who feel trapped by segregation, social inequality, racism and poverty
How violence was stoked Macron government faces biggest challenge of its authority
Voice of the unheard This is the price of ignoring decades of racist police violence
After the rebellion What will the wrath of a weakened Putin look like?
Diplomacy may yet cost Lukashenko’s leadership
Assault on Jenin carries hallmarks of second intifada • Violence escalates to a level that marked uprising and subsequent crackdown that erupted a generation ago
History repeats At the end of the day, violence in the West Bank solves nothing
Out of the traps
NHS at 75 How Britain’s health service wound up in intensive care • Squeezed budgets, staff shortages and an ageing population have pushed hospitals to the brink. But is there cause for hope?
From thin air The race to draw energy from the atmosphere • Scientists have generated electricity from the humidity in the air – but can we ever make enough to power our homes?
Excavation hopes to find identities of children in mass grave
Green peace Centenarian who built an ‘allotment in the sky’
‘Tourism has been painted white on the continent’ • A couple hope their five-month journey through 12 countries will inspire other black Africans to follow in their footsteps
Homestyle Zulu flavours star on chef’s London menu
‘The trees are like matchsticks’ A global approach to wildfires • US crews have been deployed to help Canada tackle record wildfires – prompting questions about best practice
Blazes push threatened wildlife to the brink
Torn down Rightwing justices axe decades of settled law
Travel firm criticised for tour to notorious jungle zone
THE RUBBER BARON • It has been said that condoms share marketing characteristics with napalm and funerals. But it is Ben Wilson’s mission to make them sexy.
CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE • Thousands of children in the US city of Richmond hear or see shootings near their schools each year, yet there is little support to help them navigate the stress caused by exposure to day-to-day violence
The supreme court has done its wors t, but we can fight back
Are Finns the happiest because they keep expectations in check?
Cricket faces an uphill battle to rid itself of its exclusionary face
How can we mourn the lives unlived because of the conflict in Ukraine?
WRITE TO US
A WEEK IN VENN DIAGRAMS
Remake remodel never repeat • For more than 30 years, the songwriter’s creative output has always been as distinctly varied as her many guises. How does she constantly reinvent herself ?
Broken streams • Netflix and its rivals could not deliver on the future they promised. Now, viewers are defecting, writers are on strike and TV execs are looking elsewhere
The birth of a mother • A science and nature writer skilfully elucidates the monumental impact of having children, from every angle
Black and British • The cultural...