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Colorado is best-known for skiing, but its dramatic mountain landscapes are amazing in summer, too, and perfect for a road trip, says Becky BarnicoatFor much of the year, Colorado lies buried under snow. Rich people glide across it on skis and 4X4s,...
From: The Guardian | By: Becky Barnicoat | Sunday, August 31, 2014
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A lovelorn woman is envious of her blissfully happy best friend. Mariella reminds her that real-life romances are rarely as perfect as they may lookThe dilemma I have recently become incredibly jealous of my best friend, to the point where Im finding...
From: The Guardian | By: Mariella Frostrup | Sunday, August 31, 2014
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The UK Faculty of Public Health will call for national food policy including sugar tax as concerns rise over vitamin deficienciesPoverty is forcing people to have dangerously poor diets and is leading to the return of rickets and gout diseases of the...
From: The Guardian | By: Tracy McVeigh | Saturday, August 30, 2014
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Sarah Champion says fact babies born to some girls and young women were taken away shows children weren't seen as victimsThe council at the centre of one of Britain's worst sexual exploitation scandals has faced further criticism from the local MP for...
From: The Guardian | By: Staff and agencies | Saturday, August 30, 2014
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Summer is nearly over, and were taking a nostalgia trip that started out when Guardian Review invited you to join a group of authors in reminiscing about your own memorable holidays by sharing a photo and a story. From 1980s beach huts to travels down...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian readers and Marta Bausells | Saturday, August 30, 2014
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Humans were too risky, monkeys too fidgety, so the Soviet Union chose dogs as its first cosmonauts. It is a story of science, sacrifice and for those that survived sausage-filled celebrityA streamlined space rocket streaks across the starry sky on a...
From: The Guardian | By: Oliver Wainwright | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Summers fading, the nights are drawing in the perfect time to see some of Europes cities lit up as works of art. These extravagant illuminated festivals will make you see old buildings in a new light27 November-18 January 2015The only light art festival...
From: The Guardian | By: Christopher Beanland | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Ranging from staged portraiture and classic documentary to impromptu snapshots of daily life around the globe, The World Atlas of Street Photography includes the work of more than 100 contemporary photographers Continue reading......
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian Staff | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Forget international crises and domestic suffering, Tory ideologues are in the grip of a corrosive EuromaniaSeeing a party in power melt down before your eyes would be a riveting spectacle, if it werent so shocking in its frivolity. The great Tory schism...
From: The Guardian | By: Polly Toynbee | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Jamie's Comfort Food is prepared and eaten outside in the sunshine, in Jamie's beautiful garden with beautiful people and a gaggle of beautiful geese. It certainly ticks the fat box thoughComfort food. Isn't that something easy to make (like maybe you...
From: The Guardian | By: Sam Wollaston | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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From the internet to gender stereotyping, this job has changed my views of virtually everything I see and hear. Here are just some of the most importantBack in November 2010 when I started as women's editor, Jimmy Savile was still better known as a philanthropist...
From: The Guardian | By: Jane Martinson | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Williams beats Kaia Kanepi in straight setsEugenie Bouchard struggles with heat on way outVictoria Azarenka battles to victorySerena Williams celebrated reaching her first grand slam quarter-final of the year at the US Open - and finds herself as the...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Pentagon announces operation against extremist network in wake of suicide bombing raid on Mogadishu prisonUS military forces targeted the Islamic extremist al-Shabaab network in an operation on Monday in Somalia, the Pentagon has announced.Rear Admiral...
From: The Guardian | By: Associated Press in Washington | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Tony Abbott is still pedalling hard to get his budget through as Labor attacks the governments planned delay on superannuation. Follow parliament live... Continue reading......
From: The Guardian | By: Gabrielle Chan | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Beijing says UK is interfering in Chinese internal affairs and should act with caution or risk damaging bilateral relationsChinese authorities have demanded Britain drop an inquiry into the progress of democratic reforms in Hong Kong, accusing it of...
From: The Guardian | By: Agence France-Presse in London | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Colombian striker to earn £190,000 a week at Old Trafford United have option to buy at the end of the season Arsenal sign Danny Welbeck in £16m deal Interactive: how much have clubs spent?Radamel Falcao finally sealed a £6m season-long loan move to...
From: The Guardian | By: Jamie Jackson | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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The Conchord and star of new vampire film, What We Do in the Shadows, on share homes, his Mori heritage and playing a nice guy for the first time ... just not in this movieDressed in a smart black coat, Jemaine Clement arrives at our Wellington interview...
From: The Guardian | By: Alexander Bisley | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Four decades after the book was published, Limit to Growths forecasts have been vindicated by new Australian research. Expect the early stages of global collapse to start appearing soonThe 1972 book Limits to Growth, which predicted our civilisation...
From: The Guardian | By: Graham Turner and Cathy Alexander | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Late deadline-day deal will help flagging attack Champions League the key attraction for England player Radamel Falcao joins Manchester United on loan Interactive: how much have clubs spent?Arsenal sweated until beyond the final minutes of the transfer...
From: The Guardian | By: Amy Lawrence | Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Player has joined from Marseille for undisclosed fee He was on loan at West Bromwich Albion last seasonMorgan Amalfitano has become the ninth summer signing for West Ham United, joining the club from Marseille for an undisclosed fee.The 29-year-old midfielder,...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Great British Bake Off judge would rather be 'given a pill' than become a burden on her familyGreat British Bake Off judge Mary Berry has said she does not want to live beyond 90 and would like her children to be able to "give me a pill" if she became...
From: The Guardian | By: John Plunkett | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Local council took data from office, accused me of insensitivity and tried to sack me, researcher claims on PanoramaA Home Office official who investigated the sexual exploitation of children in Rotherham had her research stolen by the local council,...
From: The Guardian | By: Martin Williams | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Presenters and executives, including Mary Berry and Kirsty Wark, among on- and off-screen talent on list drawn up by panelBroadchurch star Olivia Colman, Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry and Newsnight host Kirsty Wark have been named among the...
From: The Guardian | By: Jason Deans | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Sandro joins from Tottenham for a fee that could reach £10m Attempts to sign a striker fail to bring reward for RangersQueens Park Rangers frantic attempts to add to their options ahead of the deadline yielded the Brazil international Sandro from Tottenham...
From: The Guardian | By: Dominic Fifield | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Admissions to English hospitals for skin cancer rose from 87,685 in 2007 to 123,808 in 2011, new figures showThe number of people admitted to hospital for skin cancer has increased by 41% in just five years, new figures show.There has been a significant...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Couple who removed son with brain tumour from Southampton hospital tell Spanish court they do not want to be extraditedThe parents of Ashya King, who removed the five-year-old cancer patient from a Southampton hospital during treatment for a brain tumour,...
From: The Guardian | By: Caroline Davies | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Rough ride likely for former FT chief executive when she appears before Commons culture, media and sport committeeRona Fairhead, chosen by the government to chair the BBC Trust at one of the most critical points in the corporation's history, will face...
From: The Guardian | By: John Plunkett | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Scot ignores New York heat to win 7-5, 7-5, 6-4 Eighth seed faces Novak Djokovic in quarter-finalsAndy Murray recorded his best win since lifting the Wimbledon trophy last year to set up a US Open quarter-final against Novak Djokovic.Murray had not beaten...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Late deal agreed after serious knee injury to Peter Odemwingie Winger has already spent one season on loan at BritanniaStoke City have agreed a second season-long loan deal with Liverpool for Oussama Assaidi. The club had no plans to bring in another...
From: The Guardian | By: Stuart James | Monday, September 1, 2014
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£5.5m deal for Wigans McArthur sealed just before deadline Zeki Fryers joins for an initial £1.5m but with add-onsCrystal Palace made significant additions to Neil Warnocks squad in the hours immediately before the closure of the transfer window by...
From: The Guardian | By: Dominic Fifield and Ed Aarons | Monday, September 1, 2014
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German unable to stay with top seed and loses 6-1, 7-5, 6-4 Roger Federer faces tough test after initial cruiseForm, seedings and performance say Novak Djokovic is the man to beat in this US Open, whatever the steady clamour for Roger Federer, who is...
From: The Guardian | By: Kevin Mitchell at Flushing Meadows | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Lawyers for Lawrence and Kate Upton warn of prosecution over 'outrageous privacy violation' but experts say more photos likelyA series of high-profile stars including Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Jenny McCarthy have fallen victim to one of the biggest...
From: The Guardian | By: Alexandra Topping | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Political and legal opposition forces PM to back down on key elements of plan to counteract Islamic State terrorist threatDavid Cameron's plan to fight the terrorist threat posed by Islamic State got off to a stuttering start when he was forced to shelve...
From: The Guardian | By: Patrick Wintour | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Nearly 50 tonnes of popoche chub fish are latest incident of dead fish removed from lagoon in disastrous year for speciesMexicans are baffled at the sudden death of thousands of fish in a lake in the centre of the country, a dramatic intensification...
From: The Guardian | By: Jo Tuckman in Mexico City | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Relations with Portuguese authorities damaged as agencies fought to join investigation, says secret Home Office reportThe investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann was hampered because British police forces competed against one another,...
From: The Guardian | By: Martin Williams | Monday, September 1, 2014
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I did my pre-season training, watching meaningless matches and poring over squad lists, but come September, I'm faced with the truth: I just don't care very muchTwo weeks into the new Premier League season and I've already lost interest. I'm sick as...
From: The Guardian | By: Liam Williams | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Will Pooley remains in isolation unit at Royal Free hospital in London after being evacuated from Sierra Leone eight days agoHopes that the first Briton to contract the deadly Ebola virus will make a full recovery have been raised after his father said...
From: The Guardian | By: Lisa O'Carroll | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Reptiles were part of zero-gravity research into reproductionGeckos mummified remains suggest they froze to deathRussias space agency on Monday confirmed that five geckos, launched into space for an experiment on weightlessness and sexual behavior, have...
From: The Guardian | By: Alan Yuhas in New York | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Striker not part of Louis van Gaals plans at Old Trafford Club hope to agree permanent deal but not confident Transfer deadline day - live United sign Falcao on loan for rest of seasonArsenal are interested in signing Manchester United and England forward...
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian staff | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Dutch club tweet that Blind has moved to Manchester Blind joins on a £13.8m deal Interactive: how much have clubs spent?Ajax have confirmed the sale of Daley Blind to Manchester United. The Dutch club tweeted that the 24-year-old had moved to Old Trafford....
From: The Guardian | By: Guardian staff | Monday, September 1, 2014
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England coach Steve McNamara has to choose new captain Sinfield: I am sure more successful times are not far awayEngland will need a new captain for this autumns Four Nations series in Australia and New Zealand after Kevin Sinfield announced his retirement...
From: The Guardian | By: Andy Wilson | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Last year, Greek farm guards shot at illegal migrant strawberry pickers, wounding 35. When a court acquitted them this summer, there was outrage. At the camp, where they continue to live like slaves, the workers share their storiesIs a man worth nothing...
From: The Guardian | By: Helena Smith | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Thousands of supporters of Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri enter Islamabad compound containing government ministriesAnti-government demonstrators stormed Pakistan's state broadcaster on Monday in an escalation of a two-week standoff that one party official...
From: The Guardian | By: Jon Boone in Islamabad | Monday, September 1, 2014
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After intensive examination of file data leaked by one or more hackers, suspicion grows that iCloud backups were source of pictures though precise method of attack still unclearSecurity experts are warning that there could be many more compromised celebrity...
From: The Guardian | By: Charles Arthur | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Pleas from police chiefs and MPs follow number of flashpoints between yes and no activists across Scotland at weekendCampaigners and politicians have been warned against using "intemperate, inflammatory and exaggerated language" in the Scottish referendum...
From: The Guardian | By: Libby Brooks | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Relegated club have no wins from first five League Two games They say team averaged one point a match under KavanaghCarlisle have sacked Graham Kavanagh after a poor start to the season following their relegation to League Two in May. The club are without...
From: The Guardian | By: Press Association | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Denmark has become the first European country to allow legal change of gender without a medical expert statement. Why are clinical diagnosis and surgery still insisted upon elsewhere?In one leap, Denmark has changed its law on trans rights, taking it...
From: The Guardian | By: Emine Saner | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Spearhead force will be made up of around 4,000 troops with capacity to 'travel light but strike hard', according to NatoNato is to create a 4,000-strong "spearhead" high-readiness force that can be deployed rapidly in eastern Europe and the Baltic states...
From: The Guardian | By: Ewen MacAskill in Brussels | Monday, September 1, 2014
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Andy Hall could face eight years in jail and £6m fine over report alleging human rights and labour abuses at Thai fruit producerA British labour rights activist will face a Thai court on Tuesday on defamation charges that could carry an eight-year prison...
From: The Guardian | By: Kate Hodal in Phnom Penh | Monday, September 1, 2014
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