Try looking in the monthly archives. September 2016

Syria airstrikes signal major offensive against rebel-held areas of Aleppo

Airstrikes target supply lines into rebel-held areas as fighting rages in Suleiman al-Halabi to the north of Aleppo’s old city Russian …read more

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The 20 photographs of the week

The continuing violence in Syria, the Rosetta spacecraft’s final descent, Sam Allardyce leaves the England manager’s job, the ongoing migration …read more

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Only Russia and the US can end the war in Syria | Letters

The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) has sent an appeal to the governments of the Russian Federation and the United …read more

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Beyoncé releases fall 2016 campaign for her activewear line Ivy Park

Beyoncé took to her Instagram account to release images and a video of the new campaign for the fall collection …read more

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Jonathan Gold finds Kettle Black’s eccentric Italian illuminating. Try the octopus salad.

How many Edison bulbs hang from the ceiling at Kettle Black? So many Edison bulbs. I got to the mid-70s …read more

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Paris Fashion Week Day 3: Rethinking the armor at Balmain and Rick Owens

Though there hasn’t been a single unifying theme to coalesce out of Paris Fashion Week (yet), the third day did …read more

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More than 80% of UN aid convoys in Syria blocked or delayed

Exclusive: Of 33 deliveries approved by Syrian government, only six have reached their destinations so far in September More than 80% …read more

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Her heart was his. Then came a phantom phone call

“Russ, I have something to talk to you about,” Lisa said, looking me in the eyes. In the …read more

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What it feels like to be a bestseller: Stephanie Danler and ‘Sweetbitter’

In the first line of Stephanie Danler’s bestselling debut novel, “Sweetbitter,” her narrator, Tess, begins, “You will develop a palate,” …read more

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Stories from inside Aleppo: ‘It feels like we are in prison’

Aid can’t get in, but stories can get out. The Guardian used Skype and WhatsApp to speak with residents about …read more

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