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'Homelessness caused me pain, stress and anger'

When Rafal Senk moved to the UK he found people more accepting of his sexuality than in his native Poland. However, his profound deafness meant he...

Killing Gävle

In the small city of Gävle in northern Sweden, there is an annual fight between local custodians and mischievous pagans for the spirit of...

'Some don’t have bodies to bury’: My journey back to Dominica after the hurricane

This year the Caribbean experienced its most destructive hurricane season in decades. While large countries dominated the headlines, the small...

Lives in limbo: Ai Weiwei on the plight of refugees across the globe

Exiled Chinese conceptual artist Ai Weiwei discusses the shocking plight of refugees worldwide. He travelled to 23 countries and interviewed more...

Steroids, syringes and stigma: the quest for the perfect male six-pack

In the search for a quick route to a muscular physique, many young men turn to controversial anabolic steroids to achieve their goals. But in the...

The Barcelona design studio for people with Down's syndrome and autism

On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we visit Casa Carlota, a Barcelona-based design studio that includes people with Down's...

On the Road
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On the Road - living and working on the Italian 'road of love'. Hundreds of women operate as sex workers along the Strada Bonifica, the...

‘I’ve run out of tears’: inside London’s temporary housing crisis

Connect House in Mitcham, London, is a converted office block in the depths of an industrial estate that is temporarily home to vulnerable people,...

'I came down here to be forgotten': life in the tunnels beneath Las Vegas

An estimated 300 people live in the flood tunnels underneath Las Vegas, and many of them struggle with substance abuse and addiction. Paul...

Joseph Stiglitz: Trump has 'fascist' tendencies

The economist and author of Globalisation and its Discontents talks to the Guardian's Larry Elliott about why he considers Donald Trump unfit to be...

Wrangling Russia: the American cowboys heading east

Miratorg is the largest single holder of black Angus cattle in the world; handling 500,000 heads of cattle on 65 farms across Russia. In 2011, the...

One year on: reporting Trump's election night win

The Guardian reporters Paul Lewis, Sabrina Siddiqui and Gary Younge recall their experiences of the real estate mogul's unexpected victory – a...

What are the Paradise Papers?

A massive leak of more than 13m files reveals the hidden wealth of some of the world’s richest people including sports stars, celebrities and heads...

Polly Toynbee on sexual harassment: what's changed since I started work | The Guardian Interview

Guardian journalist Iman Amrani meets Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee for an inter-generational discussion about sexual harassment. They talk...