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Today's #Dailychart looks at the racial composition of America's schools econ.st/1ltXosm pic.twitter.com/I0z2Lyk1KE
Over a quarter of China is now covered in sand. Vast tree-planting is failing to keep it out econ.st/VL1tMk pic.twitter.com/7RRA5EBC30
The Economist explains why China and Taiwan are divided econ.st/1vKh37Q pic.twitter.com/m0POUAznFM
From Instagram: our infographics department's #Dailychart style tea & coffee requirements grid econ.st/1qJ9PN1 pic.twitter.com/dCpZAeqOTM
Bookies had chalked up Alex Salmond to win last night's #bbcindyref debate. Their hunch proved right econ.st/1omJkeT
China may have to change the way rural teenagers are educated and how its schools are funded econ.st/1tplqor pic.twitter.com/odoYw1JkXq
For Thailand, a period of inward-looking inspection and great uncertainty lies ahead econ.st/1tmmfxh pic.twitter.com/lupNjJwY5t
Two significant changes in Singapore's pensions policy hint at some deeper systemic problems econ.st/1saLuBQ pic.twitter.com/KDHViHT7MM
By its nature, war is polarising. The situation in #Gaza is no different. But both sides consume fantasy news econ.st/Yz5F3F
An unexpected bonanza for Argentina: it has the world's second largest shale-gas reserves econ.st/1lldFzM pic.twitter.com/OaI8HnkxA6
In today's #Dailychart we invite you to predict when China's economy will overtake America's econ.st/1AO4jjk pic.twitter.com/pDGnttQYnB
The Economist explains why America refuses to pay ransoms econ.st/1zssuBx
Company-sponsored insurance is common in America. But this form of paternalism is diminishing econ.st/1s7Oyyq pic.twitter.com/TIIfjqNfNx
Computers, smartphones and tablets are posing a new obstacle to literacy in China econ.st/1lkswuk
Howling for a growler: in Florida, there's a bar brawl brewing over beer jugs econ.st/1oYRNLd
By 2100, Unicef predicts, almost half the children in the world will be African econ.st/1lll6qM pic.twitter.com/gMbA2R07gx
Across west Africa almost half of girls under the age of 18 are thought to be wed econ.st/XD6ZlP pic.twitter.com/aa1DoqqrkE
Robin Williams was a genie of jest. Those who met him in real life felt his magic econ.st/Yz4kKm pic.twitter.com/NumxwwXuLW
Depressed consumers: Japan's shrinking GDP coincides with a fall in government popularity econ.st/1odbA3t pic.twitter.com/9SkwG25ibu
The new Economist Quiz is now available via our website: econ.st/1llE1lj
In a world where there is little good environmental news, the state of tropical forests is a precious exception econ.st/1vmt17w
Pat Metheny, a giant of jazz guitar, has assembled a typically unusual band for his tour econ.st/1uWoNWT pic.twitter.com/4WHatgWepz
Sunday politics: our three minute summary of the world's political news this week econ.st/1wh8ple
This week on Economist Radio our correspondents discuss the Christians of Iraq and Syria. Listen via Facebook econ.st/1AEpRyX