Health officials in the Thai capital have made headway in their effort to vaccinate children against the coronavirus, giving shots of the Pfizer vaccine to students aged 12 to 18 with underlying diseases
How the refugee crisis created two myths of Angela MerkelThe right says the German chancellor undermined EU security; Liberals say it was a triumph. But her legacy is far more mixed Illustration by Matt Kenyon Illustration: Matt Kenyon/The Guardian
In the first edition of our new fact-checking show Truth or Fake, we focus on Afghanistan. A photo purportedly showing the new Afghan central bank chief has gone viral on social media; we show you how our Observers team debunked the image. Meanwhile, we demonstrate how widely shared images of alleged recent violence in Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley, attributed to the Taliban, actually come from a 2018 film.
THE CLIMATE COLUMN: Decades of voting, protests, lobbying and petitions have not resulted in what we need the government to do – there’s only one option left, and that’s peaceful (but disruptive) direct action
As BBC series, The Salisbury Poisonings, dramatises the untold stories of the Sergei Skripal assassination attempt, <a href="/author/andy-gregory"><strong>Andy Gregory</strong></a> looks back on the shocking and tragic events that thrust the Wiltshire city into global headlines
Australian children under 12 could be vaccinated this year as minister urges Pfizer to seek approvalHealth minister Greg Hunt says if Pfizer is found to be safe and effective for young children, Australia can commence vaccination ‘as a priority’Follow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesVaccine rollout and rates tracker; Cases and data trackerGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Greg Hunt has invited Pfizer to seek approval from Australian authorities to roll out the vacci