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Life in the shadow of Guatemala's Volcano of Fire

On 3 June, the Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted, killing at least 113 people and leaving 332 missing. Thousands of victims have been displaced...

From drag queens to rappers: up close with the UK's anti-Trump protesters

The Guardian spends the day getting to know the people Donald Trump tried to avoid during his visit to the UK. More than 100,000 people travelled...

Billy Caldwell's mother: ‘Medical cannabis keeps my epileptic son alive’

When 12-year-old Billy Caldwell's medicinal cannabis was confiscated by British border forces last month, his life-threatening seizures returned...

After you: the psychology of queues and how to beat them

Queues are simple: you join at the back and wait your turn. But there's a whole branch of psychology devoted to studying how they work. Wimbledon...

The incredibly itchy back | The NHS at 70

He was a bumbling young doctor on his third night shift in a row; she was a 106-year-old woman with an itch she just couldn't reach … Subscribe to...

Michael Mosley on his first stitch-up | The NHS at 70

"I was humiliated. The nurse thought it was absolutely hilarious and had to leave the room." ... Trust Me, I'm a Doctor's Michael Mosley on the...

The day Isis burst into my operating theatre | The NHS at 70

Heart surgery is complicated enough, without being held at gunpoint by Isis. In 2013, consultant vascular surgeon David Nott was working in Aleppo,...

Peppa Pig, the unsung hero of paediatric medicine | The NHS at 70

Dr Ranj Singh from the CBeebies show Get Well Soon also works in emergency paediatric medicine. When a young boy was rushed into hospital with an...

A 90-year-old's secret to a happy marriage | The NHS at 70

"He had a lovely great big penis."  When a sweet, rosy-cheeked 90-year-old walked into A&E, the last thing Dr Sarah Johnston expected to hear was...

The Trap: the deadly sex-trafficking cycle in American prisons
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The Trap investigates how prisons and jails across the United States have become recruiting grounds for human traffickers, who are targeting...

​Both my sons died after taking ecstasy – that's why I want to legalise it

Jacques and Torin Lakeman died from a drug overdose on the same night. Speaking from their home on the Isle of Man their father, Ray, says they...

The Brexit whistleblower: 'Not cheating is the core of what it means to be British'

This video has been amended to remove inaccuracies and some personal information Shahmir Sanni, who worked for the official Vote Leave campaign,...

Beyond bionics: how the future of prosthetics is redefining humanity

Bionic technology is removing physical barriers faced by disabled people while raising profound questions of what it is to be human. From DIY...

Alford Gardner: 'I came to the UK on Windrush and I wouldn't change a thing'

Alford Gardner arrived in the UK on the Empire Windrush 70 years ago. One of the only ones left to tell the tale, he remembers a happy ship, dances...