How the Guardian covered 2022: war in Ukraine, political turmoil and the climate crisis

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How the guardian covered 2022: war in ukraine, political turmoil and the climate crisis

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As the news agenda moved to dizzying speed in 2022, the Guardian stayed true to its values to deliver journalism with clarity, truth, wit, ideas, and an occasional dose of hope.We proved that a fast moving world needs quality reporting now more than ever. Here’s how we did it…

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