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Trending: The Economist explains how the Islamic State is faring since it declared a caliphate econ.st/1tSLGrh pic.twitter.com/rGjwAIxuyf
That sinking feeling (again). The euro may yet be doomed econ.st/1tRYAG3 pic.twitter.com/qUdzWOsy7L
Libya now combines all the ingredients for a protracted civil war econ.st/1tPBcZR pic.twitter.com/7nF3dD2PuO
A cheap alternative to satellites is starting to take off econ.st/1wJClH5 pic.twitter.com/qixAxr6UJV
The criminalisation of American business is bad for the rule of law and for capitalism econ.st/1wK3FF4 pic.twitter.com/GKsIZ9zWFC
China is in the midst of the biggest attempt in more than a decade to fix the country's brand of state capitalism econ.st/1rCLr62
View our Editor's weekly article picks, take this week's quiz and listen to Economist Radio via our Facebook tab econ.st/1vUFRtY
America bombs in the hope of something better arriving. It rarely does. Why? econ.st/1lkC0oU pic.twitter.com/2YgrraSJDS
Today's #Dailychart is our interactive guide to the world's housing markets. View via econ.st/1tTqnpB pic.twitter.com/selMk5CCj3
Science pushes toward an Ebola cure, but the human cost is high econ.st/1lllzZu pic.twitter.com/18l32Fm7f6
What do Europeans think of themselves and each other? Italians think they're least trustworthy econ.st/XYfXKL pic.twitter.com/G9n7ZS3shk
The Economist explains how to control crowds with non-lethal force. View video via econ.st/1lkQ0iG
Google announces its own delivery drones project: Project Wing econ.st/1u4BDi2 pic.twitter.com/vQsMfmDW8N
Rail shipments of oil in Canada are increasing. Regulations need to respond to the growth econ.st/1l0dKs5 pic.twitter.com/8GldPK26DG
Websites which let youngsters watch each other playing video-games are turning into a force in online media econ.st/1vQpsXs
Inside the lab of Britain's Government Digital Service, who aim to make public services more humane and efficient econ.st/1toOkEe
As the scope of the Ukrainian crisis is growing, Poland and Germany are increasingly taking diverging views econ.st/1rBajuQ
Facebook censors operate under a cloak of anonymity, with no accountability to users econ.st/1te7sIg
A forthcoming paper up-ends the conventional history of when the dollar became the global reserve currency econ.st/1wC46RH
Nigeria's war against Boko Haram is going from bad to worse econ.st/1tLFbqk pic.twitter.com/i6N9iClBtb
The WHO's experts say curbs on travel aren't needed in response to Ebola. Policymakers should take them at their word econ.st/1tYW9AD
Support for sharia law in 2012. 74% support in Egypt, 85% would execute those who leave Islam econ.st/VT1wFR pic.twitter.com/tKEopgGWH6
The new weekly issue of The Economist is now available to view via our website and apps: econ.st/1qMeuhf
Afghanistan's disputed election is taking a huge toll on the country's security and economy econ.st/VSFVxf pic.twitter.com/nLC5XqUnyg
Today's #Dailychart looks at Gartner's emerging technologies hype cycle. View and interact via econ.st/1teSjGO pic.twitter.com/PjEmMO8ZX0
Russia's incursions into the east of Ukraine have become ever more brazen econ.st/1tOkEkT pic.twitter.com/U6QlyyBDqe
Liberal on immigration and wants to disestablish the church: #DouglasCarswell a boon for UKIP? econ.st/1lhPkdP pic.twitter.com/qBmCjMAJ8P
The Economist explains how dictionary-makers decide which words to include econ.st/1nHtnjV pic.twitter.com/6quXZ3QhEN
This week's cover previews: UK and Europe econ.st/1wHtTYN The Americas and Asia Pacific econ.st/1tNCKU1 pic.twitter.com/dlqL7h6dCu
The mystery of the "pause" in global warming may have been solved thanks to new data econ.st/1qKUSKq pic.twitter.com/0oYVlsFQM6