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Stark before-and-after images reveal the obliteration of Bakhmut
High-resolution satellite imaging of city in eastern Ukraine lay bare its destruction after months of bombardment

Matt Fidler

18, May, 2023 @4:31 PM

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Turkish and Syrian deaths pass 21,000 – as it happened
Death toll in Turkey alone is now more than 17,000 following Monday’s earthquake

Harry Taylor (now); Rachel Hall, Jon Henley and Helen Sullivan (earlier)

09, Feb, 2023 @10:45 PM

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In stark contrast: the warming of Europe’s ski resorts – photo essay
Comparison of satellite images from start of 2023 and those from last winter shows unprecedented lack of snow

Matt Fidler

26, Jan, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Russia-Ukraine war: Russia accused of demolishing Mariupol theatre ‘to hide war crimes’ – as it happened
Troops demolishing ruins of theatre in occupied Mariupol that was hit by airstrike in March when it was being used as a bomb shelter

Léonie Chao-Fong (now); Tom Ambrose and Helen Sullivan (earlier)

23, Dec, 2022 @6:45 PM

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Ukraine’s Evgeny Maloletka: agency photographer of 2022
Maloletka has been chosen by the Guardian picture desk as its agency photographer of the year. We spoke to him about his year

Evgeny Maloletka and Matt Fidler

23, Dec, 2022 @7:00 AM

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A-level results 2022: top grades fall but 180,000 get first choice university places – as it happened
First A-level students to sit exams since 2019 have got their results

Gemma McSherry

18, Aug, 2022 @12:07 PM

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Extreme heat around the world in videos, photos and graphics
From wildfires to glacier collapses, a flurry of extreme heat events have led to deaths and disrupted lives since the start of the month

Matt Fidler, Maheen Sadiq and Glenn Swann

14, Jul, 2022 @9:44 AM

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Zelenskiy says Kremlin forces are trying to cover up evidence of atrocities – as it happened
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Samantha Lock (now); Maanvi Singh, Gloria Oladipo, Tom Ambrose, Rachel Hall and Martin Belam (earlier)

07, Apr, 2022 @4:29 AM

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Zelenskiy vows to investigate and prosecute all Russian ‘crimes’ in Ukraine – as it happened
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Samantha Lock (now); Kari Paul, Jenn Selby, Tom Ambrose, Caroline Davies and Rebecca Ratcliffe (earlier)

04, Apr, 2022 @4:09 AM

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US Congress passes bill for $13.6bn in emergency aid to Ukraine– as it happened
International Red Cross warning comes as UN says Mariupol maternity hospital was third of its kind destroyed since invasion; Vitali Klitschko says half of Kyiv’s population has left

Samantha Lock (now); Maanvi Singh, Gloria Oladipo, Léonie Chao-Fong and Miranda Bryant (earlier)

11, Mar, 2022 @5:28 AM

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Black Women Photographers on what International Women’s Day means to them
We hear from a some of the members of the Black Women Photographers collective, a group facilitating greater diversity in editorial photography

Matt Fidler

08, Mar, 2022 @8:19 AM

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Zelenskiy asks United Nations’ top court to issue emergency ruling requiring Moscow to stop its attacks – as it happened
Hopes of establishing a humanitarian corridor out of besieged city of Mariupol dashed for second day running

Samantha Lock (now) Sam Levin , Jessica Murray and Tom Ambrose (earlier)

07, Mar, 2022 @4:32 AM

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