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Only one week remains until America's mid-term elections. See our up-to-date interactive map econ.st/1nMs354 pic.twitter.com/ZjAHSTHKPT
"Rockets are tricky" - painfully true for Orbital Sciences today econ.st/1yIgU6p pic.twitter.com/I7EiEwEknH
If you own a gun, you'll see this ad on TV. If you don't, you'll see something else econ.st/1tBqTdn pic.twitter.com/kPSlzfGqhj
The geography of unemployment: could location influence how long it takes to find a job? econ.st/1tAiRl0 pic.twitter.com/glK2mJ66J7
"They really are evil bastards. And I use them all the time because they're wonderful." econ.st/1nPY78c pic.twitter.com/U4g7oP9J6m
Where are the most expensive places to own a car? #econarchive 2013 econ.st/1tBrXhs pic.twitter.com/7VybIrYPk5
#Dailychart: Doing business in Europe's periphery is hampered by slow legal systems econ.st/ZZoLR3 pic.twitter.com/C64Y2DQF7K
This #map of galaxies lets you see in 3D: up, down, left, right—and out through the universe bit.ly/12FYfh6 pic.twitter.com/3dLuNli4Qv
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Embassies in London are worth a lot. If Tuvalu sold up, it could pay 11% of its national debt econ.st/1tDVvfr pic.twitter.com/WliJGLvAdF
Pakistan's Taliban may have fallen apart, but Jihadist militancy often evolves for the worse econ.st/1rRAJmY pic.twitter.com/NJAg76OMwW
Private companies have been hugely underestimated in China econ.st/1wmWsY4 pic.twitter.com/a8DIGfNn8B
The recent resignation of two ministers is a blow to Shinzo Abe's efforts to boost the standing of women in Japan econ.st/1t9ATc8
Has the tattooing frenzy in Britain peaked? econ.st/1vTtjoC
Chinese phonemakers are preparing to take on the world econ.st/1wmLNg7 pic.twitter.com/YEmP64b0cN
The virtue of geothermal electricity is that it can provide base-load power, flexible power or anything in between econ.st/1spC5Ez
The auctioning of a master forger's works in Britain has threatened to open old wounds econ.st/1tZlNd4 pic.twitter.com/Yp3Gres4ab
"I want to honour the songs." In this, Annie Lennox has surely succeeded econ.st/1t8y7Ei pic.twitter.com/jDoJSSaBqN
49% of Americans think churches should speak out about political matters; 48% disagree econ.st/1woS2Qq pic.twitter.com/FvP4X8SJxH
100 years after Jonas Salk's birth, polio is maddeningly close to extinction econ.st/1varIXm #econarchive pic.twitter.com/XvJ6sDrGaY
A grassroots campaign in Sicily emphasises the commercial benefit of refusing to pay protection money to the mafia econ.st/1u04WGU
US mid-terms: our interactive #Dailychart looks at the battle for the senate econ.st/1sA0K9I pic.twitter.com/9R1XJm9o1P
1000 ethnic groups lumped together by colonial mapmakers. But bids for secession are now rare econ.st/1teM6Km pic.twitter.com/2g3R75SJTL
Thought provoking long read- The third great wave econ.st/1vph2HQ via @TheEconomist
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Boris Johnson may one day soon become prime minister. Does he deserve to? Of course not econ.st/1yGpOBt pic.twitter.com/NvNECQOLCD
In Nigeria, corruption and Boko Haram means the north is imploding while the south is booming econ.st/1nMyrcz pic.twitter.com/dTwjIHYsy8
The Economist explains how British politicians hope to cut immigration econ.st/1wDtoLj pic.twitter.com/yucY4BXQeF
A new book argues that the North Sea was the cradle of European civilisation econ.st/1t9RnRA pic.twitter.com/GrTCpa1lvA
Young, talented Oscar Taveras is the latest victim of the Dominican Republic's deadly highways econ.st/1yGmGFu pic.twitter.com/OIMpewbNpy
Social kissing in France is a cultural labyrinth econ.st/12HqyMf pic.twitter.com/6Ff6aLq5LI
A new book contends that the toxic life of Kaiser Willhelm II led to the rise of Adolf Hitler econ.st/1tZE7CC pic.twitter.com/DfvmsBqXLo
Not even the mightiest can rule alone. Narendra Modi relies on two old allies, both crucial econ.st/1tqnoXa pic.twitter.com/nmDa40nWLk
Between 2007 and 2013 the ratio of government debt to GDP in the euro area rose from 66% to 93% econ.st/1wr97t4
Xi Jinping has quickly become, to all appearances, the most powerful leader in China since Deng Xiaoping econ.st/12HpLuK
The journey of a virus: see our interactive map, up-to-date with new figures including Mali econ.st/1rLJTl1 pic.twitter.com/ZRhQtRlqS4
Ukraine's elections send a pro-western message, but the country faces a daunting test econ.st/1tAVpnJ pic.twitter.com/ZpdTWdoojd
Sadly, Comet Siding Spring just missed colliding with Mars. But at least they got this photo econ.st/1tYJu50 pic.twitter.com/HWmrYeDiD5
Leyla Yunus was one of Azerbaijan's leading activists documenting political prisoners – until she became one econ.st/1wl8YYb
Dylan Thomas-"An alcoholic is someone you don't like who drinks as much as you do". On writers and booze econ.st/1tdhuc3 #econarchive
Ebola in graphics: with up-to-date figures including the recent case in Mali econ.st/1rLKvHo pic.twitter.com/KCJ9DECUjM
If GDP counted, not people, Neves would be Brazil's president, not Rousseff. Our #Dailychart: econ.st/1tZhM8t pic.twitter.com/X3UTtRXKAk
The ECB's stress tests have not helped Italy's banks; banking union may do econ.st/1t9H1RJ pic.twitter.com/cRDKAOmz9V
Brazil's presidential election was tight: the ups and downs of each candidate's popularity econ.st/12Rshyr pic.twitter.com/1PDOEZIidV
The death penalty is on the rise: each year, more countries kill more of their people econ.st/1suaBxN pic.twitter.com/YHcEAUbAac
What are America's mid-term elections, and why do they matter? econ.st/1txaAzj pic.twitter.com/Ws5QrbLyWW
Skiving is both art and science. Our guide to thriving at work with the minimum of effort econ.st/12pegrK pic.twitter.com/1UyfDG0NH3
From Instagram: Here is our Monday Economist ad caption to start your week econ.st/1tYCBRq pic.twitter.com/XuKEoybvyK