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Bridging the divide: 12 groups working for Israel-Palestine peace Despite the awful escalation of violence, these grassroots groups remain committed to achieving peace. Here’s how Peace Politics Society World
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The Kyiv bakery that refuses to shut up shop A Kyiv bakery is boosting the relief effort in war-torn Ukraine, and has inspired the world’s top bakers to create a recipe book Food Good Business Peace Society World
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How to support Ukrainian refugees arriving in the UK Thousands have signed up to the UK government’s Homes for Ukraine scheme. Thinking of joining them? This is what you need to know Peace Society
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What went right this week: England’s rewilding plan, plus more positive news A nature recovery plan was announced for England, Denmark set a deadline for zero-emissions planes, plus more Conservation Environment Health Peace Science Society
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The world’s best cities for mental wellbeing, according to data crunchers Low pollution levels, robust social security structures and political stability helped Reykjavik, Bern and Helsinki top the index Environment Peace Politics Society Wellbeing
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What went right this week: a milestone for lab-grown meat, plus more positive news The world’s first lab-grown meat factory opened, an ‘extinct’ mouse reappeared, and the UK brought forward plans to phase out coal Conservation Environment Food Health Innovation Peace Society
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