In this week's edition:
â€¢ In Egypt: Millions of demonstrators line streets to demand President Morsi's removal on first anniversary of his inauguration. By Patrick Kingsley. Click here to read article
â€¢ Edith Windsor- the widow behind Wednesday's landmark court decision on gay rights fought $363,000 estate tax â€“ and won. By Adam Gabbatt. Click here to read article
â€¢ Young people are supposed to be left-leaning idealists, but polls tell us that today's under-34s don't believe in handouts and high taxes â€“ and they're voting for David Cameron. By John Harris. Click here to read article
â€¢ 160 years ago a giant sequoia in California was cut down, becoming the inspiration for the national park system. By Leo Hickman. Click here to read article
â€¢ Faced with scarcity of British contenders at Wimbledon, LTA must prove it can build from the bottom rather than the top. By Kevin Mitchell. Click here to read article
In our audiobook review this week we seek out thrills with Steven King's Joyland, and The Kill Room by Jeffrey Deaver.
The Guardian Audio Edition is supported by Audible.co.uk. To listen to the audiobooks reviewed in this week's edition go to audible.co.uk/guardian audio.
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