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The Economist

Prolific novelist and moral philosopher Iris Murdoch died #onthisday 1999 econ.st/20jotg6
Will this winter's Niño end California's prolonged drought? econ.st/1RhZZ6p
Ian Buruma's grandparents refused to deny their Jewish heritage, at great personal cost econ.st/1Sxuk2z
Why did our editors call on The Beatles for this week's playlist? econ.st/1XduevC
This is our #EconEspresso quote of the day. Get the app here: econ.st/1Pwdx9L
Rumblings underground: fears are growing of fresh hostilities in Gaza econ.st/1Pww9qg
A life spent at the summit of chamber music, playing Beethoven's string quartets econ.st/1X8it9P
India blocks Facebook's free internet service. We explain why regulators may have a point econ.st/1PwsNnd
Countries have a moral obligation to help refugees. But the flow must be regulated econ.st/1SLaoHH
Turkey got richer under Erdogan, but his rule is becoming counterproductive econ.st/1PJNAai
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Our #EconEspresso quote of the week is from André Gide. Get a head start each day with Espresso, our daily morning briefing, on iPhone and Android #TheEconomist
Younger and employed: the changing demography of Britain's social housing tenants econ.st/1SxVkPk
Islamic State is gaining ground quickly in Libya. The West needs to act, now econ.st/1Sxrc6D
From Espresso: North Korea is bent on defying the outside world econ.st/1PJNzmN
An ever-closer union between the EU and Britain? Politically, not so econ.st/1T09bgV
Why is the Clinton Foundation so controversial? econ.st/1Q4P0OM
Boko Haram's most recent attack in northern Nigeria is particularly worrying econ.st/1Pnp0bK
"Trumbo" botches some of the basic requirements for biopics econ.st/1R6c7HH
The consequences of Europe's inaction: tight borders, people-smuggling, misery for refugees econ.st/20c5ofE
Tech bosses claim it is “dangerous” for governments to ask firms to hand over users’ data econ.st/1X2BJWa
Ramzan Kadyrov has turned Chechnya into a caricature of Russian authoritarianism econ.st/1PrWaa7
"When Breath Becomes Air" is a deep reflection on life and purpose econ.st/20eeTuL
For Britain, the departure of HSBC would be an embarrassment; for China it would be a coup econ.st/20bNRUX
Only shift workers on oil rigs seem to be able to manage night work. Why? econ.st/20egHUH
 




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