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The Economist
In French cities run by the Front National, three trends are emerging econ.st/1KtPefw
The Economist interviewed Donald Trump. Listen to what else he said econ.st/1O0jNsM
True love came to Oliver Sacks in his 70s econ.st/1OcLfkZ
#Dailychart: In 20 years, $712bn worth of goods have been sold on eBay econ.st/1O08yk9
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Americans listened to their former president describe the four spots of melanoma on his brain econ.st/1LDjLaG
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Migrants in Europe: where they come from and where they want to go econ.st/1NcxvcS
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#Throwback: The Economist's cover from 2010. The lead article was titled: "The world’s lungs" #TheEconomist #Frontpagenews #TBT
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When it comes to refugees, Angela Merkel is brave, decisive and right econ.st/1NPb5OU
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This is what Europe thinks about immigrants econ.st/1LNBcCy
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Mr Trump is not in thrall to the hobgoblins of consistency
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Smelly piles of seaweed are ruining holidays in the Caribbean econ.st/1JMT5Oc
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Donald Tusk urged EU countries to accept 100,000 refugees. This is how many they took in 2014 econ.st/1LNwgh6
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Donald Trump is not going to be America's next president econ.st/1PNg2p3
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The Economist explains why Kazakhstan is building a uranium bank econ.st/1PNcz9M
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Colourful balloons are released at a military parade marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two, in Beijing, China, September 3rd 2015. Credit: Reuters/Damir Sagolj #balloons #colourful #parade #WW2 #China
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"You Stink" is what the Lebanese are saying to their politicians econ.st/1FjgDZP
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This week’s cover preview: Washington, we have a problem… Read for free via: econ.st/1PNbe2J
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Brazil's government is in an economic hole—and still digging econ.st/1NZKEoK
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There's still time for cricket to be included in the 2024 Olympics econ.st/1JMTHDp
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Why the possibility of Mr Trump becoming the Republican nominee is a terrible thing econ.st/1NOYw6f
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Rivlin unsettles the settlers who respond “He’s not important enough to be killed” econ.st/1N9Gc7G
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Why the Donald is dangerous econ.st/1JAzT7a
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“This mine is mine!" Do high resource prices really fuel conflict in Africa? econ.st/1KdrTP8
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