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.
Power shower • People run for cover during a sudden downpour in the capital, Sana’a. The UN World Food Programme said it has reduced rations in Yemen due to funding gaps, inflation and the effects of the Ukraine conflict. The country of 30 million people imports most of its food, and its economy has been wrecked by seven years of war.
A critical juncture, supreme court fallout and the music returns
Global report • Headlines from the last seven days
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Eyewitness • A brush with danger The Ethiopian refugee and long-distance runner Eskander Turki kneels next to an artwork that depicts his journey to the UK from Ethiopia. The immersive piece is one of three on London’s South Bank created by the street artists 3D Joe and Max. Turki left Ethiopia in 2011 after being imprisoned for taking part in a student protest. After his release, he fled to Sudan, eventually seeking refuge in the UK. He ended up in Belfast, where he now runs for the Northern Ireland athletics team.
THE LONG HAUL • As Russia’s war with Ukraine drags on, western leaders are feeling the heat. In a week of summits, can a new strategic direction be found to turn the conflict away from Putin?
Five western leaders feeling the domestic heat
WHAT HAPPENS IF … • Russia turns off Europe’s gas supply this winter?
‘I thought the bombings were over’: war returns to the capital • The opera house reopened, cafes were full and life felt back to normal in Kyiv until last Sunday’s missile strikes
A politicised US supreme court lays democracy on the line
Firms move to pay travel costs for abortions
Doctors at Colorado clinic braced for influx • The overturning of Roe v Wade will bring a stream of patients from neighbouring states where abortions are severely restricted
Afghans race to help amid wait for foreign aid
Rebel moves PM talks tough – but the vultures are circling • After two byelection disasters, Boris Johnson was defiant. But even his allies now wonder if he has enough fight left in him
Wakefield was a big win for ‘steady’ Starmer, but is Labour convinced?
Seed capitals Reclaiming the cities, one empty parking spot at a time • Across Europe the ‘parklet’ movement is gaining pace, transforming areas that were once the domain of cars into pockets of urban greenery
LET’S GROW! • How to make your own parklet
Fever pitch The decade that defined women’s football • From the 2012 Olympics to this month’s Euros, the game has made great strides – but there’s still much to do
Divided land How Israeli shepherds displace Palestinians
After the party, hard challenges await leftist president
The second coming • Just a few years from now, herds of woolly ‘mammoths’ could be roaming the Siberian tundra. Are dodos and dinosaurs next for de-extinction?
‘More to come’ January 6 panel has exposed Trump – and it’s not finished yet
RETURN OF THE KING • For years the ‘King of Kowloon’ daubed his eccentric demands around Hong Kong, and the authorities raced to cover them up. But as the city’s protest movements bloomed, his words mysteriously reappeared
LESSONS IN BLACK AND WHITE • Should you explain racism to a child – and can you teach them ways to fight it? Here’s how to raise an antiracist
Opinion • Orwell would be stunned by our submission to digital surveillance Rebecca Solnit
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