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The Economist
Western leaders get into deep water when they try to discern Islam's essentials econ.st/ZkFo9Y pic.twitter.com/hmPkTN7epo
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Samsung is at a point in its 76-year history at which much has to change econ.st/1rxYaoR pic.twitter.com/dxuLDO1qpw
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Eastern regions of Ukraine fear the Donbas will become an ungoverned haven for raiding bandits econ.st/1rnlAhF pic.twitter.com/ujorG1XbRD
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A new donor-matching algorithm could double the number of possible lung transplants in America econ.st/1tbDsHY pic.twitter.com/qE71jL7e4E
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At $905 billion, car loans in America make up a tenth of total mortgage debt econ.st/1qOnqSH pic.twitter.com/4cYnKE5GXQ
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Two new books search for the murky truth in a story of oil, fraud and a $19 billion award for damages econ.st/1wR8usz
An amount of arsenic the size of a pea is enough to kill. The Giant Mine in Canada has 237,000 tonnes of the stuff econ.st/1vpygmA
Pawel Pawlikowski spoke to The Economist about his reasons for making the film "Ida" econ.st/1ruXTD3 pic.twitter.com/I8mMZ6a5sm
Pachinko, described as "cut-price Zen", is under threat from video games and legal casinos econ.st/1rpMAMt pic.twitter.com/E41lyKWwBF
Comparing protests. Today's #Dailychart looks at the sizes of recent street demonstrations econ.st/1ryl3bI pic.twitter.com/4LUZ6LmMpL
Mark Reckless has announced that he is defecting to UKIP. His Tory colleagues are incandescent econ.st/1rxUgfq pic.twitter.com/Ebo82gwPoN
The three reasons why Bill Gross, dubbed the "Bond King", abruptly left PIMCO, the firm he founded back in 1971 econ.st/1rxFvJO
The protests in Hong Kong mark one of the most difficult tests of Chinese rule since Tiananmen econ.st/10e7JyQ pic.twitter.com/fjyby7ZOZy
Why does ISIS (also known as IS, ISIL, SIC and Da'ish) have so many names? econ.st/1tb8Y9b pic.twitter.com/6xqyL147BV
General Motors is hoping to boost its profits by expanding Cadillac's luxury car range econ.st/1rm4wZt pic.twitter.com/dy4mKgId4L
Setting goals has helped spur a dramatic fall in infant mortality econ.st/1ojjnht pic.twitter.com/uSXdKd68v7
Of all the dark days that Tesco has seen recently, September 22nd was the blackest econ.st/1rp9OC9 pic.twitter.com/evQhYJhnww
The modest policies of India's new government will not bring back 9% growth econ.st/1rpbv2v pic.twitter.com/SXU7t2D78B
After a phenomenal rebound in 2010, trade growth slowed to 2.3% in 2012 and 2.2% in 2013. So what is going on? econ.st/1tYUCN6
The Arab Bank, which is based in Jordan, has been found guilty of knowingly providing assistance to Hamas econ.st/1u2aDlD
Devolution and nationalism: Scotland's independence referendum has opened cracks in the UK econ.st/1rp90gR pic.twitter.com/PcybnFDYDt
A dramatic recent "discovery" in physics is looking dodgy because of some interstellar dust econ.st/1vlRIR5 pic.twitter.com/nNXC5lle1u
Foreign friends with benefits: a study suggests government spending decreases with diversity econ.st/1okBIuG pic.twitter.com/guwj4ghpzp
A more hopeful chapter in Afghanistan's turbulent recent history may be about to open econ.st/1t1Fn1K pic.twitter.com/deoPQL8mGi
Blood, sweat and tears: a string of egregious abuses has fuelled fresh calls to reform South Korea's army econ.st/1n7RSwi
How peanuts are cooked may help explain why they are allergenic econ.st/1ysNkFG
The new Economist Quiz is now available via our website: econ.st/1roBuqX
South Korea's finance minister is trying to get firms to spend more on wages and dividends econ.st/1n1HjLf pic.twitter.com/hidhP8CrKE
In their new book, "How Google Works", Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg share some of the firm's business methods econ.st/1n7KHEg
The braai (Afrikaans for barbecue) is at the centre of controversy over a South African bank holiday econ.st/1rjBoC2
This week on Economist Radio our correspondents discuss how Brazil's presidential election was turned upside-down econ.st/1rigdAu
A row has broken out over the final resting-place of Lonesome George, the world's most feted tortoise econ.st/1ysFMTk
Bulgaria has changed governments four times in the last 18 months. On October 5th they will vote for another one econ.st/1reuzBY
Changes that will bring scientific discovery more freely into the public domain are happening. About time too econ.st/1peXBeU
In the time of restaurant reviews on Yelp and TripAdvisor, the Michelin guide can feel something of an anachronism econ.st/1CsjK1D
Sunday politics: our three minute summary of the world's political news this week econ.st/1xpfccf pic.twitter.com/HwWfTA1Hev
Big banks' prayers for a halt to new regulation have fallen on deaf ears econ.st/1n2vcNV pic.twitter.com/f0983YNS8D
Scotland's No to independence disappointed separatists everywhere. But it has stoked their desire to vote econ.st/1sxyLOk
Mexico is the second-largest market for American exports, supporting an estimated 6m jobs in America econ.st/1vlG0pv
A row over Lonesome George's remains econ.st/1okDI5X reminds us of his feted life econ.st/1naX9TR pic.twitter.com/fww2zYaISV
If a robot murders a man, would it need a lawyer? econ.st/1rpbhIU pic.twitter.com/BA2RbQVCTA
Africa's remaining separatists wonder why they shouldn't have the chance to leave peacefully econ.st/1sxZ5If pic.twitter.com/oJUTGl8V9s
Lighting a dark continent: the power shortages that have been holding Africa back are easing econ.st/1rmI4gj pic.twitter.com/osH18XmVGW
SheTaxis, a new car service, lets female passengers insist on female drivers, and vice versa econ.st/1qz2Wx0 pic.twitter.com/AYQs0PaUCP
Voters give Barack Obama little credit for America getting richer because, by and large, they haven't felt it econ.st/1qAEQBZ
The fight against Islamic State will help define America's role in the world econ.st/1pfsfEW pic.twitter.com/aUUgKsSu9P
Booze, bonks, bodies: the various James Bonds differed more than you might think #econarchive econ.st/1urNFpx pic.twitter.com/UCeYhcSU6K
With days to go before the first round of Brazil's election, the race is too close to call econ.st/1n80FhG pic.twitter.com/eCBlP3yedt
Obituary: William Oliver, champion of the world's wild pigs, died on September 10th, aged 67 econ.st/1qzYjmz pic.twitter.com/SgaVAAjsmd