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Reborn babies: the women who care for lifelike dolls
A growing number of collectors are cuddling, changing and caring for 'reborns' – individually crafted baby dolls that can cost up to $20,000. For some, it's about rekindling their baby-rearing years. 26 Feb 2020, 8:52
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From retail to resale: the trend disrupting fashion
We're buying more clothes than ever, but it's not all fast fashion. 20 Feb 2020, 16:13
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Should we edit our DNA? An imagined future of gene editing
There are decisions being made right now that could have an effect on global populations for generations to come. 19 Feb 2020, 12:55
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The Fast and the Furriest: inside the world of dog agility
You've seen them on TV – the dogs who run, jump, balance and zig-zag on specially designed obstacle courses in the ultra-competitive sport of dog agility. 19 Feb 2020, 11:11
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Will green technology kill Chile's deserts?
The Atacama in northern Chile is the driest desert in the world, and may be the oldest. 18 Feb 2020, 10:44
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The coronavirus cat rescuer of Wuhan
It is estimated that more than 30,000 pets have been left stranded after the Chinese government sealed off Wuhan following the coronavirus outbreak. 14 Feb 2020, 14:30
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Why aren't you speaking to real men? | Modern Masculinity
Over the past few weeks Guardian journalist Iman Amrani has been back with series two of Modern Masculinity, looking at key themes and questions around masculinity today. 13 Feb 2020, 14:55
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The Afrobeats nightclub uniting Naples – Teranga
Fata and Yankuba are two young Gambians with ambitious dreams, who fled dictatorship and poverty and landed in Naples, only to discover a new kind of violence: a pernicious climate of racism and an | 7 Feb 2020, 11:58
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Six packs, success and solitude: men in the media | Modern Masculinity
In this week's episode of Modern Masculinity, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani looks at how images of men in advertising and the media might be negatively impacting on how they see themselves. 6 Feb 2020, 12:01
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Are cosmetic dermal fillers safe?
The UK has been going wild for cosmetic dermal fillers in recent years. 4 Feb 2020, 12:21
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After Brexit: 'Should we go home?'
In the 24 hours after Brexit, the Guardian visited members of the Polish community in Plymouth, an area that voted overwhelmingly to leave the EU in 2016. 3 Feb 2020, 11:52
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Traditional masculinity is not a bad thing | Modern Masculinity
In this episode of Modern Masculinity, the Guardian journalist Iman Amrani speaks to Mark Maciver, who owns the barber shop SliderCuts in Hackney, London. 30 Jan 2020, 12:18
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Actor Tom Rosenthal on circumcision: 'There is no reason to cut a child'
This an extended interview between actor and comedian Tom Rosenthal and Guardian journalist Iman Amrani on the issue of male circumcision as part of the second episode in the second series of Modern | 28 Jan 2020, 15:26
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Circumcision: 'Penises are a taboo subject' | Modern Masculinity
In this episode of Modern Masculinity, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani speaks to men about male circumcision. A third of men around the world are thought to have been circumcised with a rate of 8% | 23 Jan 2020, 12:20
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UFC's Dan Hardy: 'MMA is the purest sport'
This is an extended interview between UFC fighter and commentator Dan Hardy and Guardian journalist Iman Amrani which featured in the first episode of Modern Masculinity "Why the UFC is popular with | 22 Jan 2020, 18:36
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How 'climate apartheid' divides Delhi: 'I had no idea hot summers could kill'
As the Earth continues to break new heat records, the UN is warning of a 'climate apartheid' between those who can afford to keep themselves cool and  those who must live, work, suffer – and | 22 Jan 2020, 15:01
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Why 'stronger borders' don't work
Thousands of people die annually trying to cross borders. It’s often argued stronger borders and more checks would deter people from making dangerous crossings. But how accurate is this? 21 Jan 2020, 14:44
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A Childhood on Fire - breaking the cycle of childhood trauma
When Nick Hurndon was six years old, he and his two older brothers were set on fire by their white stepfather in their San Francisco home. 17 Jan 2020, 11:59
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Why is UFC so popular with men? | Modern Masculinity
Iman Amrani is back with series two of Modern Masculinity. Episode one takes her to UFC 244 in New York. 16 Jan 2020, 12:00
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Why aren't millennials buying homes?
In the UK, only one in four middle-income millennials are on the housing ladder. Twenty years ago,  65% of this group owned homes. What's changed? Is it possible to buy a house without help? 7 Jan 2020, 15:34
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Plants before pandas: the young bog-lover tackling extinction
Almost as rare as the plants he protects, 24-year-old Josh Styles is not your average botanist. In 2017 he founded the North West Rare Plant Initiative, a conservation project in his local region. 6 Jan 2020, 12:36
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The veiled rapper breaking taboos for women in Senegal
Mina La Voilée is a female rapper from Parcelles, Dakar, who is breaking taboos by rapping about women's rights. 31 Dec 2019, 8:40
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The Last Dragon: a black culture tribute to kung fu
The Last Dragon is arguably the film that best exemplifies the connection between black culture and kung fu, and Josh Toussaint-Strauss has been criticised for leaving it out of his previous video | 27 Dec 2019, 13:00
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All things must die. Including this series. Response video! #8
As Death Land wraps up, we look back at the series and answer some of your burning questions. 26 Dec 2019, 11:00
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Play your part in the Guardian's charity appeal: a tree is for life
The 2019 Guardian and Observer appeal is supporting four charities that help to slow down the damage of the climate crisis - by harnessing the power of nature.  Donate now ► | 19 Dec 2019, 13:12
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Dying young: 'It's not what you think' | Death Land #7
Joe is 34 and is facing his own death. He was given a terminal cancer diagnosis and has already lived longer than doctors predicted. 19 Dec 2019, 11:00
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How Labour lost, and the hope that endures | Anywhere but Westminster
John Harris and John Domokos finish their election road trip with a rain-sodden journey to Milton Keynes alongside enthusiastic young Labour activists, followed by a repeat visit to Stoke-on-Trent | 13 Dec 2019, 16:57
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Why was Christmas banned?
In the 17th century, Christmas was completely banned in England and its territories, for 17 years. 13 Dec 2019, 11:20
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Can a death meditation cure my anxiety? | Death Land #6
In this week's episode of Death Land, Leah tries a morbid form of therapy to treat her death anxiety. 12 Dec 2019, 11:05
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Scotland: fear and Lothian on the campaign trail | Anywhere but Westminster
As election day nears, John Harris and John Domokos head for a SNP/Labour marginal and talk to people whose lives have been turned upside down by universal credit, a policy imposed by the Tories in | 10 Dec 2019, 13:22
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