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1 Revealed: 6,500 migrant workers have died in Qatar since World Cup awarded
2 The Guardian view on women and the pandemic: what happened to building back better?
3 Top House Democrat Jim Clyburn: 'No way we'd let filibuster deny voting rights'
4 Biden to sign order expanding voting rights on Bloody Sunday anniversary
5 Dutch clubbers hit dancefloor for study into easing lockdown
6 French billionaire politician Olivier Dassault dies in helicopter crash
7 The Guardian view on moth-watching pleasure: the pest and the beauty
8 Adrian Younge: The American Negro review – a profound undertaking
9 From Pfizer to Moderna: who's making billions from Covid-19 vaccines?
10 'Here fire, you hungry?' Idaho Covid protesters burn masks in front of capitol
11 Great apes given Covid vaccines after outbreak at San Diego zoo
12 Ex-Guardian editor criticises Roy Greenslade over failure to disclose IRA support
13 Trump reportedly told Republican party to stop using his name for fundraising
14 Amanda Gorman tells of being followed by security guard who said she looked 'suspicious'
15 Switzerland to ban wearing of burqa and niqab in public places
16 Covid UK: Coronavirus cases, deaths and vaccinations today
17 Andy Serkis: ‘I used to walk on all fours preparing to be Gollum’
18 'It's not fair!' Capitol suspect who put feet on Pelosi's desk has court outburst
19 A 'me first' approach to vaccination won't defeat Covid
20 New tech 'The Guardian' to help prevent wildfire devastation in California
21 Walker 'stunned' to see ship hovering high above sea off Cornwall
22 Reef revival: Fiji's corals bouncing back after ruinous cyclone
23 WHO chief: waive Covid vaccine patents to put world on 'war footing'
24 Dalai Lama urges people to get Covid vaccine after having first dose
25 The Guardian view on Lord Frost: control him or sack him
26 Anti-virus mogul John McAfee charged with fraud over crypto promotion
27 Coronavirus crisis unlikely to be over by the end of the year, WHO warns
28 St Vincent: 'I'd been feral for so long. I was sort of in outer space'
29 India's top judge tells accused rapist to marry victim to avoid jail
30 'I don't want to upset people': Tom Cruise deepfake creator speaks out
31 Perseverance Mars rover: Nasa releases first-drive review
32 Grammy awards body to study women’s representation in music business
33 Royals to show united front before Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview
34 Justin Welby condemns Nigerian archbishop's gay 'virus' comments
35 Brazil's Covid outbreak is global threat that opens door to lethal variants – scientist
36 MI5 involvement in drone project revealed in paperwork slip-up
37 Equivalent of Covid emissions drop needed every two years
38 Coronavirus live: Italy toughens curbs in more regions as cases increase; WHO warns against hastily easing measures – as it happened
39 Marvel directors the Russo brothers: 'The Avengers films were a powerful political tool, at the right time'
40 Covid deaths high in countries with more overweight people, says report
41 Wisconsin hunters kill 216 wolves in less than 60 hours, sparking uproar
42 Prince Philip has successful procedure for heart condition
43 Coming 2 America review – Eddie Murphy comes up gasping for heir
44 Betty Willingale obituary
45 'Giant luminous shark': researchers discover three deep-sea sharks glow in the dark
46 Airline data hack: hundreds of thousands of Star Alliance passengers' details stolen
47 People wasting almost 1bn tonnes of food a year, UN report reveals
48 SpaceX: Mars ship prototype explodes after first intact landing
49 Jay-Z sells majority stake in Tidal music streaming service to Jack Dorsey's Square
50 Meet Norman Chisale, Malawi’s richest bodyguard
51 Kamala Harris breaks Senate tie to begin Covid relief package debate – as it happened
52 Twitter targets Covid vaccine misinformation with labels and 'strike' system
53 Researchers read sealed 17th-century letter without opening it
54 Roy Greenslade: The Guardian apologises to Máiría Cahill over column
55 Eating meat ‘raises risk of heart disease, diabetes and pneumonia’
56 Gianluigi Buffon: 'It’s important to get things wrong in life – and pay the price'
57 Cancel all planned coal projects globally to end ‘deadly addiction’, says UN chief
58 Mariah Carey's brother follows sister in suing over memoir
59 LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid's Lion Guardian (80021) Review – The Brick Fan
60 The Guardian apologises to Mairia Cahill over Roy Greenslade article
61 Lady Gaga’s Dog Walker Recalls Being Shot and Cradling ‘Guardian Angel’ Dog
62 'Shocked by the uproar': Amanda Gorman's white translator quits
63 Deep Nostalgia: 'creepy' new service uses AI to animate old family photos
64 Guardian Capital Group Limited Completes Acquisition of BNY Mellon's Canadian Wealth Management Business
65 Chinese labour schemes aimed to cut Uighur population density – report
66 Fossil fuel cars make 'hundreds of times' more waste than electric cars
67 Rio mayor imposes Covid curfew to avert repeat of last year's 'genocide'
68 Cat on a fast train roof holds up London to Manchester service
69 Pfizer vaccine may be less effective in people with obesity, says study
70 Nicola Pagett obituary
71 Nearly four in 10 university students addicted to smartphones, study finds
72 People with extremist views less able to do complex mental tasks, research suggests
73 Tao Geoghegan Hart: 'Everything is political. We are all in this together'
74 Atlantic Ocean circulation at weakest in a millennium, say scientists
75 Israeli spyware firm NSO Group faces renewed US scrutiny
76 Billionaire hedge fund boss pays himself UK record of £343m
77 ‘The last straw’: the US families ending love affair with grocery chain after Capitol riot
78 Revealed: Monsanto owner and US officials pressured Mexico to drop glyphosate ban
79 Former guardian charged with pillaging elderly man's estate refuses to sign final accounting
80 Mumbai guardian minister hints at partial lockdown soon
81 Kate Winslet: 'I've been asked so many times about the intimate scenes'
82 Volvo says it will make only electric cars by 2030
83 Revealed: four in five Oxford Covid jabs delivered to EU not yet used
84 Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy sentenced to jail for corruption
85 Twitter to launch paid 'super follow' function that lets users charge for content
86 Criminal complaint filed against Mohammed bin Salman in German court
87 Electricity needed to mine bitcoin is more than used by 'entire countries'
88 US could have averted 40% of Covid deaths, says panel examining Trump's policies
89 Pope Francis meets Grand Ayatollah Sistani on historic Iraq tour
90 Cypriot church calls for 'devil' Eurovision song to be scrapped
91 Donald and Melania Trump quietly got Covid vaccines last month, reports say
92 Facebook's botched Australia news ban hits health departments, charities and its own pages
93 Teen finds forever family with his Guardian ad Litem's daughter
94 Libya's interim PM elected through bribery, UN inquiry says
95 Prince Philip admitted to hospital as precautionary measure
96 Soyinka: Nigeria trivialising kidnappingSaturday
97 Texas lawyer, trapped by cat filter on Zoom call, informs judge he is not a cat
98 California bill would decriminalize psychedelics, paving the way for medical treatment
99 Audit: Guardian program lacks proper oversight
100 I learned by touring Europe in the 60s. Young artists need the same chance