Uruguay sets price of legalised cannabis at $1 a gram
Country likely to become first to have state-controlled marijuana industry, and hopes low price will push traffickers out of market
Apple's new iPad Air and mini: key facts and features
Apple unveiled its new iPad, named the iPad Air, as well as an updated iPad Mini and updated MacBook Pros, at an event in California
Banksy gives Ronald McDonald's clown shoes a shine
Banksy's latest New York stunt involves a statue of Ronald McDonald and a real-life shoeshine boy. The man's a genius of the obvious
It's immoral to have food banks in one of the world's richest countries
Suzanne Moore: While we are invited to celebrate the vast salary Angela Ahrendts will get when she moves from Burberry to Apple, poor people
Forced student labour is central to the Chinese economic miracle
Aditya Chakrabortty: China has an army of student labour making Apple products, PlayStation consoles and other gadgets for the west. The tee
Red Cross launches first emergency food aid for UK since WWII
Austerity measures and the economic downturn in the UK have prompted the British branch of the Red Cross to begin formulating an emergency f
‘March against Monsanto’: Global movement plans 2nd protest
Joining six continents, 52 countries and over 500 cities, ‘March against Monsanto’ is planning its second mass rally Saturday against the bi
Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes - video animation
Using testimony from five detainees, this animated film reveals the daily brutality of life inside Guantánamo
Brazil to host global internet summit in ongoing fight against NSA surve...
Brazilian leaders have announced they plan to host an international conference on internet governance next year, a declaration that comes af
US media failed to cite pundits’ ties to defense industry in Syria debat...
Nearly two dozen of the commentators who appeared on major media outlets to discuss a possible US military strike on Syria had relationships
Nick Clegg frustrated by Tories' attitude to drug laws
Deputy prime minister says Lib Dems' coalition partners are blocking efforts at reform
More than jihadism or Iran, China's role in Africa is Obama's obsession
John Pilger: Where America brings drones, the Chinese build roads. Al-Shabaab and co march in lockstep with this new imperialism
The Snowden files: why the British public should be worried about GCHQ
When the Guardian offered John Lanchester access to the GCHQ files, the journalist and novelist was initially unconvinced. What the papers t
Stephen Fry joins demand to end NSA and GCHQ mass surveillance
Whistleblower Edward Snowden's revelations lead to petition signed by free speech groups and high-profile writers
Legal cannabis market 'would be worth £1.25bn a year to government'
Report sets out potential cost savings and tax take from a regulated cannabis market in England and Wales
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