Today in Focus

Hosted by Nosheen Iqbal and Michael Safi, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, this podcast takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday 

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Rachael Reign was a member of a global evangelical church. It was only after leaving that she came to believe it had exposed her to a ‘horrendous’ ordeal


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Imprisoned for being HIV positive


In 39 countries, people living with HIV still face criminalisation if they are accused of exposing someone else to the virus or failing to disclose their status. We hear from two people who faced criminal charges in the US


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How far could China’s ‘zero Covid’ protests go?


China has been rocked by an outpouring of communal anger at the government’s restrictive ‘zero Covid’ lockdown policies. Could the protests develop into something more substantial? Tania Branigan reports


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The crypto-collapse: inside the crazy world of FTX


The cryptocurrency exchange FTX collapsed earlier this month, leaving billions of dollars unaccounted for. Alex Hern explores what happened and where the money went


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How dangerous is it to live in a damp, mouldy home?


The death of two-year-old Awaab Ishak from exposure to mould has shown the consequences of uninhabitable homes. But how many people are living in similarly unhealthy conditions and what can be done to protect their health?


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Inside Qatar 2022: the World Cup of politics and protest


Football’s governing body Fifa has tried to keep politics out of the World Cup – but there has never been a more political tournament, reports Michael Safi in Doha


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Is a second referendum on Scotland’s independence further away than ever?


The supreme court has ruled that the Scottish parliament cannot hold a second referendum without Westminster’s approval. Where does that leave the independence movement?


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Trump v DeSantis: how ex-president’s fan could be his biggest rival


Florida governor Ron DeSantis passionately praised the former president – now he is being talked about as a possible presidential candidate himself.


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Cop27: another blow to 1.5C?


At Cop27 in Egypt, negotiations ran 40 hours past the Friday night deadline. Country delegates were able to agree a historic deal on loss and damage, but less progress was made on global fossil fuel emission targets


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Beyond 8 billion: why the world’s population matters


The world now contains 8bn people, according to the UN. Hannah Ellis-Peterson reports from India, which is on course to overtake China as the most populous nation


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