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‘Someday the war will end. And the world needs tools’: why a Ukrainian toolmaker keeps working
A full scale invasion, a missile strike on the factory and employees on the frontline haven’t stopped Serhii Ivin keeping his artisan tools business open

Jamie Wilson and Nick Hopkins in Kharkiv

07, Sep, 2023 @4:00 AM

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Bribes and hiding at home: the Ukrainian men trying to avoid conscription
Some are spending life savings to stay out of the war, but such actions are seen as treasonous by those already fighting

Shaun Walker in Odesa and Jamie Wilson

15, Aug, 2023 @5:00 AM

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USAid chief accuses Putin of ‘reckless’ exit from Ukraine grain deal
Putin’s justification full of ‘lies’, says Samantha Power, as Russia warns of ‘risks’ to ships exporting grain

Jamie Wilson, Nick Hopkins and Shaun Walker in Odesa, and Patrick Wintour

18, Jul, 2023 @3:05 PM

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Militia units commanded by Russia named in Izium abuse investigation
Exclusive: Four units from Donbas ‘people’s republics’ allegedly abused civilians in Ukrainian city where mass grave was found

Nick Hopkins and Jamie Wilson in Izium, Luke Harding in Kharkiv

18, Jul, 2023 @10:53 AM

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Kharkiv mayor dismisses Russian claims of ‘terrorism’ over Crimean bridge attack
‘How can they speak about terrorism?’ asked Ihor Terekhov, citing destruction visited on his city

Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Jamie Wilson in Kharkiv

17, Jul, 2023 @1:01 PM

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Ukraine’s top security official dismisses Ben Wallace’s criticisms of Kyiv
Oleksiy Danilov says UK defence secretary misspoke when calling for more gratitude as he was ‘emotional’

Shaun Walker, Nick Hopkins and Jamie Wilson in Kyiv

13, Jul, 2023 @3:31 PM

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From foreign news to fashion, how our editors see the climate crisis
Editors from across the Guardian explain how they are putting the climate emergency front and centre

Julia Finch, Jamie Wilson, Simon Jeffery, Jess Cartner-Morley and Tim Lusher

17, Oct, 2019 @11:02 AM

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Guardian Jakarta week live – one day in the life of a megalopolis
The Guardian Cities team is live in the Indonesian capital to get under the skin of south-east Asia’s greatest megacity. Here’s a snapshot of what we found on Day 1

Chris Michael, Nick Van Mead, Gadi Makitan, Francesca Perry and Mike Herd

21, Nov, 2016 @4:19 PM

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'Ukraine is trying to stand on its feet': the crisis discussed by a panel of experts – video

In an event recorded before an audience at the Guardian a panel of journalists and regional experts discuss recent events ahead of the Ukrainian presidential elections

Luke Harding, Mark Rice-Oxley, Jamie Wilson, Tony Brenton and Alex Healey

16, May, 2014 @12:39 PM

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The Olympics venues – reviewed

Guardian writers who have been to London 2012 events give their verdict on the venues and facilities

Robert Kitson, Jamie Jackson, Barney Ronay, Jamie Wilson, Stephen Moss, Sean Ingle, Steven Morris

29, Jul, 2012 @3:11 PM

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Olympic torch route, day 7: in the land of Elgar and lung-busting hills
Jamie Wilson on the Malvern hills route, where he cycles to his own finishing line

Jamie Wilson

25, May, 2012 @6:00 AM

From the archive, 30 August 2005: Katrina batters New Orleans
Originally published in the Guardian on 30 August 2005: Large areas of New Orleans were last night under water after Hurricane Katrina pummelled the city with winds of more than 100mph

Jamie Wilson and Julian Borger

30, Aug, 2010 @11:06 AM

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