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.
INTRODUCTORY TRIAL OFFER
Mutiny stirs in Russia, the Windrush legacy and a goodbye at Glastonbury
Global report • Headlines from the last seven days
SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT
Global report United Kingdom
A ROAD TO RUIN? 24 HOURS THAT SHOOK A NATION • The fury of one of Vladimir Putin’s once-trusted lieutenants has exposed serious fault lines inside the Kremlin. Can the president’s regime survive?
Moscow mirage Putin and Prigozhin averted bloodshed – but for how long?
‘THERE WAS HOPE FOR CHANGE’ DISMAY OVER QUASHED UPRISING
Means to an end Putin still hangs on as president. But we in the west can seal his fate
Country opts for digital clone as it faces extinction
Summit fails to deliver on climate crisis finance
Eyewitness United Kingdom
Support for rejoining EU at peak level since 2016
‘Too hot’ Why interest rates could spell a big headache for Sunak
Del Monte pineapple farm guards accused of killings • Investigation uncovers claims of violence at plantation that is single largest exporter of Kenyan produce to the world
Time out Young push back on culture of overwork
After Ardern: politics back to usual with two men called Chris
‘It’s a national crisis’ Trinidad’s growing culture of violence against women • Femicide rates reach an all-time high, while police and politicians are accused of failing to take action
FIRST PERSON • Remembering the victims
That’s life. Or is it? • A series of surprising studies into the science of the mind has shown how deeply our own beliefs influence the outcome of experiments
Modi and Biden bond amid mutual concerns over China
Hope eternal It is a human trait to believe in survival despite all odds
Battle of the borsch • The beetroot soup’s origins have been fiercely contested for centuries, but have taken on a new symbolism since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The children of Windrush • The Empire Windrush docked in Britain in 1948 carrying hundreds of people from the Caribbean. On the 75th anniversary of its arrival, the children of its passengers tell of a lasting legacy.
Two sea tragedies reveal much about how we value human lives
I can’t say Imran Khan’s name on TV – this madness has to end
Why is it taking so long to tackle the epidemic of children vaping?
Windrush at 75 is rightly celebrated, yet migrants still face a frosty reception
WRITE TO US
A WEEK IN VENN DIAGRAMS Edith Pritchett
Mission control • From archetypal screen nerd to Hollywood action star, the actor and writer discusses his unlikely reinvention
Looks of defiance • A new book of photography by three generations of women shows how artists in Iran circumvent restrictions
A poignant step along the yellow brick road • Elton John’s classic songs wrapped up a weekend packed with eclectic acts, joy ous nostalgia and not-so mystery guests
End of the road
Moral maze • An account of the 1982 Dublin murders committed by a wealthy socialite is a dizzying reinvention of the true-crime genre
The fame game • This thought-provoking romp takes a witty look at the cult of celebrity in history, from Da Vinci to the Kardashians
BOOKS OF THE MONTH • The best new crime and thriller novels
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