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By The Guardian Unproven remedies proliferate in my community, even in the face of a deadly virus | Health & wellbeing | The Guardian Plant-based treatments are an integral part of some communities’ approach to health

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By The Guardian An A to Z of old words to calm and inspire hope | Life and style | The Guardian Have a ‘kaffeeklatsch’ until you become ‘unsoulclogged’: archaic soothing terms to use in troubling times

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By The Guardian A letter to my post-lockdown self: ‘Keep listening to the birds’ | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian Author Bernardine Evaristo, broadcaster Hugh Pym, playwright James Graham and more pen letters to themselves, to be opened in May 2021

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By The Guardian From cardboard castles to kitchen ziplines: how are you entertaining your kids in lockdown? – open thread | Culture | The Guardian Parents are coming up with all kinds of creative ways to keep kids occupied while social distancing due to coronavirus. Tell us yours in the comments

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By The Guardian Police fail in attempt to tase Ahmaud Arbery during 2017 incident – video | US news | The Guardian Footage shows police attempting to tase Ahmaud Arbery before Taser malfunctions during an interaction in 2017

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By The Guardian Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows | US news | The Guardian Officers questioned why Arbery was sitting alone in his car in a park one morning in November 2017

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By The Guardian Trump says he’s taking hydroxychloroquine against Covid-19 despite FDA warnings | US news | The Guardian President says he’s been taking drug for ‘a couple of weeks’ but FDA has issued repeated warning about the dangers of the drug

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By The Guardian Share prices buoyed by lockdown easing and hopes of Covid vaccine | Business | The Guardian In one of the best performances since the crisis began, global stock markets rise sharply

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By The Guardian Not all culture ground to a halt during the second world war | letter | Culture | The Guardian Letter: Antonia Fraser recalls how the cinema was the staple entertainment during the war and how the period sparked her lifelong love of the theatre

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By The Guardian ‘It is a different world’: Damien Hirst takes to lockdown life and work | Art and design | The Guardian Artist admits he is in a privileged position as rainbow prints go on sale to raise money for charities

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By The Guardian 'The end of an era': oil price collapse may force Saudis to rein in arms spending | World news | The Guardian The world’s fifth largest weapons buyer is eating up its reserves - and its political clout

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By The Guardian A tale of two cities: how New York police enforce social distancing by the color of your skin | World news | The Guardian Outrage after juxtaposed images show officers handing out masks to white sunbathers, while video shows officer punching a person of color

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By The Guardian Taika Waititi to direct and co-write new Star Wars movie | Film | The Guardian Oscar-winning writer-director of Jojo Rabbit to create adventure in Star Wars universe with 1917 writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns

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By The Guardian The pandemic made 'unthinkable' reforms a reality – now to make them permanent | Francis Tseng and Daria Vaisman | Opinion | The Guardian The crisis has produced emergency responses such as guaranteeing housing, reversing excessive incarceration and reducing drug prices that read like a progressive agenda

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By The Guardian Five months on, what scientists now know about the coronavirus | World news | The Guardian Medical researchers have been studying everything we know about Covid-19. What have they learned – and is it enough to halt the pandemic?

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By The Guardian Coronavirus US live: Andrew Cuomo details 'horrific level of pain' as deaths pass 10,000 in New York | World news | The Guardian New York’s governor says the state continues to flatten the curve of its coronavirus cases and appears to be hitting a plateau in hospitalizations

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By The Guardian Coronavirus live news: 'I owe them my life' – Boris Johnson pays tribute to NHS staff | World news | The Guardian US death toll becomes the highest in the world; Italy and India extend lockdown

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By The Guardian World's first virtual design festival launches in response to Covid-19 | Art and design | The Guardian Organised by the team at digital magazine Dezeen, products and talks from the schedules of several cancelled design weeks, will appear online

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By The Guardian Unproven remedies proliferate in my community, even in the face of a deadly virus | Health & wellbeing | The Guardian Plant-based treatments are an integral part of some communities’ approach to health

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By The Guardian An A to Z of old words to calm and inspire hope | Life and style | The Guardian Have a ‘kaffeeklatsch’ until you become ‘unsoulclogged’: archaic soothing terms to use in troubling times

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By The Guardian A letter to my post-lockdown self: ‘Keep listening to the birds’ | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian Author Bernardine Evaristo, broadcaster Hugh Pym, playwright James Graham and more pen letters to themselves, to be opened in May 2021

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By The Guardian From cardboard castles to kitchen ziplines: how are you entertaining your kids in lockdown? – open thread | Culture | The Guardian Parents are coming up with all kinds of creative ways to keep kids occupied while social distancing due to coronavirus. Tell us yours in the comments

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By The Guardian Police fail in attempt to tase Ahmaud Arbery during 2017 incident – video | US news | The Guardian Footage shows police attempting to tase Ahmaud Arbery before Taser malfunctions during an interaction in 2017

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By The Guardian Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows | US news | The Guardian Officers questioned why Arbery was sitting alone in his car in a park one morning in November 2017

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By The Guardian Trump says he’s taking hydroxychloroquine against Covid-19 despite FDA warnings | US news | The Guardian President says he’s been taking drug for ‘a couple of weeks’ but FDA has issued repeated warning about the dangers of the drug

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By The Guardian Share prices buoyed by lockdown easing and hopes of Covid vaccine | Business | The Guardian In one of the best performances since the crisis began, global stock markets rise sharply

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By The Guardian Not all culture ground to a halt during the second world war | letter | Culture | The Guardian Letter: Antonia Fraser recalls how the cinema was the staple entertainment during the war and how the period sparked her lifelong love of the theatre

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By The Guardian ‘It is a different world’: Damien Hirst takes to lockdown life and work | Art and design | The Guardian Artist admits he is in a privileged position as rainbow prints go on sale to raise money for charities

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By The Guardian 'The end of an era': oil price collapse may force Saudis to rein in arms spending | World news | The Guardian The world’s fifth largest weapons buyer is eating up its reserves - and its political clout

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By The Guardian A tale of two cities: how New York police enforce social distancing by the color of your skin | World news | The Guardian Outrage after juxtaposed images show officers handing out masks to white sunbathers, while video shows officer punching a person of color

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By The Guardian Taika Waititi to direct and co-write new Star Wars movie | Film | The Guardian Oscar-winning writer-director of Jojo Rabbit to create adventure in Star Wars universe with 1917 writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns

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By The Guardian The pandemic made 'unthinkable' reforms a reality – now to make them permanent | Francis Tseng and Daria Vaisman | Opinion | The Guardian The crisis has produced emergency responses such as guaranteeing housing, reversing excessive incarceration and reducing drug prices that read like a progressive agenda

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By The Guardian Five months on, what scientists now know about the coronavirus | World news | The Guardian Medical researchers have been studying everything we know about Covid-19. What have they learned – and is it enough to halt the pandemic?

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By The Guardian Coronavirus US live: Andrew Cuomo details 'horrific level of pain' as deaths pass 10,000 in New York | World news | The Guardian New York’s governor says the state continues to flatten the curve of its coronavirus cases and appears to be hitting a plateau in hospitalizations

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By The Guardian Coronavirus live news: 'I owe them my life' – Boris Johnson pays tribute to NHS staff | World news | The Guardian US death toll becomes the highest in the world; Italy and India extend lockdown

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By The Guardian World's first virtual design festival launches in response to Covid-19 | Art and design | The Guardian Organised by the team at digital magazine Dezeen, products and talks from the schedules of several cancelled design weeks, will appear online