Iceland holds funeral for its first glacier to vanish

Icelandic geologist Oddur Sigurðsson pronounced the Okjökull glacier extinct about a decade ago. But, on Sunday, he brought a death certificate to the official memorial, to raise awareness for the desperate need to keep tackling climate change. About 100 people made a two-hour hike up a volcano, to the site …

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Solskjær to keep faith in Paul Pogba despite penalty miss

Ole Gunnar Solskjær has no desire to stop Paul Pogba from being his designated penalty taker despite the midfielder missing from the spot in the 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanders. The Frenchman won a penalty in the 67th minute after being tripped by Conor Coady; Pogba insisted on taking it …

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Notting Hill carnival: a love letter to London's biggest parade

Notting Hill carnival is the biggest street party in Europe and happens every summer in west London. Press coverage often focuses on negative aspects of the gathering and can miss the celebration of the local community and culture that makes carnival so unique to London. The Guardian asks Radio 1’s …

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