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The Economist
In his debut film, Jon Stewart, an American satirist, tackles the jailing and torture of a journalist in Iran econ.st/X7AtY6
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The Economist explains why Wales (probably) won't demand its own referendum on independence econ.st/Xbjmo2 pic.twitter.com/vHHIB7ZPxv
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Scotland on the brink: who did not pull their weight in the No campaign? econ.st/XuKhf5 #Indyref pic.twitter.com/QZZfAeyQkJ
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Manuel Valls, the French prime minister, may win the vote of confidence today. But his troubles would not end there econ.st/1phWuKt
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Unfortunately for TV-makers, consumers have been slow to adopt UHD (ultra-high-definition) models econ.st/1wwwlQH
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Many Germans fear that the European Central Bank is not on their side econ.st/1qJR1kJ pic.twitter.com/9VthyGocun
From April, any foreign series or film will need approval before being shown online in China econ.st/1qAAIb2
America has been baited into a new military intervention in Iraq by an unintended consequence of the old one econ.st/X6gA3v
Terrorism is taken seriously at America's southern border crossings econ.st/1s3SGy8 pic.twitter.com/aj7VlV6vMp
Slowing down: the world economy grew 2.6% in the year to the second quarter econ.st/1urGg7V pic.twitter.com/HUj3wFEfVG
Three-quarters of all murder victims and nearly 90% of perpetrators in America are male econ.st/YAKIpx pic.twitter.com/a0k591loxN
Crimea's first elections since Russia annexed it this spring were won by United Russia, the party of Vladimir Putin econ.st/1sc1ORr
Behind the scenes, Germany is quietly asserting its influence in Brussels econ.st/1s9cv7k pic.twitter.com/px9K17hRO1
The advertising industry is going through something akin to the automation of the financial markets in the 1980s econ.st/1qZiXS1
Today's #Dailychart looks at the messy political mosaic of Middle Eastern relationships econ.st/1wwry1O pic.twitter.com/D6GUbxl80C
Despite its many amusing mistakes, autocorrect (on various platforms) is surprisingly good econ.st/1wsJHh2 pic.twitter.com/XzsZkAzuPa
The bigger impact of yesterday's leftward shift in Sweden may be felt on the European stage econ.st/1qWCS2z pic.twitter.com/6dF7iVfSpU
The Economist explains why growth rates are dropping across emerging markets econ.st/1s9jJIy pic.twitter.com/WRjKCJjSA2
The market for Islamic financial products is growing fast econ.st/1wis0hd pic.twitter.com/ByK6lz0JcK
A fossil discovery in Morocco represents the first firm evidence of a semi-aquatic dinosaur econ.st/1urVcTG pic.twitter.com/gnQcFY5EfT
Trending: Apple is becoming a very different company econ.st/1AFhKjH pic.twitter.com/3bLSEcfHNS
A succession of awful data has pummelled the economic programme of Japan's prime minister econ.st/YBRcEx pic.twitter.com/gXVfsQKf25
The indicted Kenyan leaders' battle against the International Criminal Court at The Hague seems to be succeeding econ.st/1AEwkrJ
Scottish independence: a sundering of the United Kingdom has come to look much more likely econ.st/YB15Cg pic.twitter.com/Ix9i6hmECU
The new Economist Quiz is now available via our website: econ.st/ZitHjJ
A watchdog insists that America's armed forces must be religiously neutral in accordance with the Constitution econ.st/WUgOuL
A recent report gives Guyana an age-standardised suicide rate of 44.2 per 100,000 inhabitants econ.st/1qHHrim pic.twitter.com/IYjlFWuWao
The ceasefire holds uneasily, but tension in eastern Ukraine will still trouble the governments in Kiev and Moscow econ.st/1qHMNKz
Everything people do online is avidly followed by advertisers and third-party trackers econ.st/1qKfTJt pic.twitter.com/rNYdeLEfc1
The Houthis, an insurgent Shia militia, are holding Yemen's capital to ransom econ.st/1wipwiJ pic.twitter.com/aO3Fn3oEUA
This week on Economist Radio our correspondents discuss if unpaid internships are illegal. Listen via Facebook econ.st/1uKAzAi
Covert surveillance in South Africa: a scandal of corruption, secret tapes and Machiavellian spooks econ.st/YDC6yp
How procrastination affects grades: those who leave things until the last minute fare worse econ.st/1qJlWh2 pic.twitter.com/bohtDL8Hij
A new app is bringing partisan rage to American grocery stores econ.st/1uL6pge pic.twitter.com/fhhL5rQtiB
Netflix, a video-streaming firm, is entering some crowded new markets econ.st/1AD4ADG pic.twitter.com/9VKEW1sROm
Why social media have a greater impact in Saudi Arabia than elsewhere econ.st/1uoSkXE pic.twitter.com/oKH6W2AOzf
America is gathering allies for a long campaign against extremists in Iraq and Syria econ.st/1tD5xJN pic.twitter.com/G0OtAelXEk
Unlawful migrants to America no longer go back and forth as they used to econ.st/X2ruaT pic.twitter.com/S0Tk0G8Fjy
How gunshot-detecting microphones help police curb crime econ.st/1uKoDi0 pic.twitter.com/U3JjRggwpW
Technology has put the squeeze on publishers in online advertising econ.st/1up86lo pic.twitter.com/dT9sKjy5az
The data we generate online has spawned a complex new ecosystem of firms tracking and selling our data to advertisers econ.st/1ur5SSy
Obituary: Joan Rivers, America's most abrasive comedienne, died on September 4th, aged 81 econ.st/1ADSzOo pic.twitter.com/mAokDXcFqV
Trending: The Economist explains why so many Koreans are called Kim econ.st/1ADSNFn
Incomes in the developing world are no longer speeding toward those in the rich econ.st/1up9NiD pic.twitter.com/Tz4XCGafnm
Two big retractions by Japan's leading liberal newspaper embolden rightwingers econ.st/1AIYO3u
A decade ago China began opening centres abroad to promote its culture. Some people are pushing back econ.st/1uKhDSl
In America, the best way to break into politics is to be rich econ.st/YAJTwQ pic.twitter.com/sGHAR12kt1
The Oscar Pistorius trial proves that in South Africa justice is meted out equally to rich and poor econ.st/1qL8cCH
"Ian [Paisley], if the word no were to be removed from the English language, you'd be speechless, wouldn't you?" econ.st/1qKOsiz