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‘You’ll be run over in the rush.’ The race to live in the UK’s only desert on.ft.com/1RYsffT
The biggest baubles on earth: inside the bedazzling world of high jewellery on.ft.com/1GLihTh
Waiting for Gado: meet the Tanzanian cartoonist infuriating east Africa's leaders @iGaddo on.ft.com/1CV2B5i
Chippy characters? Matthew Engel on Britain’s tricky relationship with its sports heroes on.ft.com/1LCawHe
Universities use personal data to predict students’ results - but at a cost to privacy? on.ft.com/1LC5Ilr
Meet the ‘Downton Abbey’ man: ‘The BBC is like what Hollywood is for American TV’ on.ft.com/1HY1LB7
Nigeria 2015: can the country’s success prove American forecasters wrong? on.ft.com/1HOvRJv
Ethiopia: can the authoritarian regime deliver progress - or will its people seek freedom? on.ft.com/1HY73Ng
You should try this - Crisis Quiz: test your inner Greek geek on.ft.com/1CVlxki
Investors looking for ‘affordability and growth opportunities’ – try Porto? on.ft.com/1HY4c6N
How did you do in our Greek crisis quiz? on.ft.com/1gT75zd
Have events at Yellowstone National Park shown how humans can save the planet? on.ft.com/1CUUYvJ
It’s time for Africa: 25 of the continent’s rising stars in this weekend's FT magazine on.ft.com/1HOwbrN
As US and #Cuba reopen embassies, read @FTMag's story on @vicenews in Havana on.ft.com/1LCiWyz
Free to read: Why is gold out of favour? on.ft.com/1CVlrt4
'Attempts to shame Trump could as easily stoke the popular resentment that sustains him' on.ft.com/1CVmgBU
The biggest baubles on earth: inside the bedazzling world of high jewellery on.ft.com/1LCbkMo
‘You’ll be run over in the rush.’ The race to live in the UK’s only desert on.ft.com/1HOpFkM
Waiting for Gado: meet the Tanzanian cartoonist infuriating east Africa's leaders @iGaddo on.ft.com/1CV2xSR
Breaking News Pearson in talks to sell its Economist stake on.ft.com/1D0SWK7
Chippy characters? Matthew Engel on Britain’s tricky relationship with its sports heroes on.ft.com/1GLgP3l
Meet the ‘Downton Abbey’ man: ‘The BBC is like what Hollywood is for American TV’ on.ft.com/1GL4Sul
Nigeria 2015: can the country’s success prove American forecasters wrong? on.ft.com/1CV2aYy
Mac Maharaj: a Robben Islander’s tale on.ft.com/1gSPlnJ




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