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The Economist
Ideological differences are blocking a proper debate on how to improve French school results econ.st/1JwpkoE pic.twitter.com/ZQoOyibuEl
Why the 23,000 pieces of man-made space junk in low-Earth orbit are such a problem econ.st/1AaRKTf pic.twitter.com/tl71kwy2lk
Shares in a Hanergy, a high-flying Chinese firm, suffer a mysterious collapse econ.st/1R6bwn8 pic.twitter.com/Vcul5SML28
The Large Hadron Collider just set a new energy record. Our January piece on what it'll do now econ.st/1AgVSkB pic.twitter.com/OwAgfcBhxu
Yeomen of the Guard march during a garden party in the grounds of Buckingham Palace in central London, May 20th 2015. Credit: AFP #buckinghampalace #yeomen #London
This week’s cover preview: India’s one-man band May 23rd – 29th 2015 Read for free via: econ.st/1dmmJ4H pic.twitter.com/tvtmnnLwPl
From Espresso: Still sinking: Iran, Saudi Arabia and Yemen econ.st/1SeOyf4 pic.twitter.com/t7ZWHgcR8M
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Corporate America is hoarding $1.73 trillion in cash. Who has the largest treasure chest? econ.st/1LhwzQh pic.twitter.com/7ZUkEM8wpi
More wrongdoing at banks, more swingeing fines, no prosecutions econ.st/1FpH9mj pic.twitter.com/btritaHYhV
Businesses should think carefully about continuing to heap work on their customers econ.st/1EHVmbL pic.twitter.com/1O0PKggg0G
#Brexit, stage right. Three books tackle Britain’s vexed relationship with the EU econ.st/1PIW0uO pic.twitter.com/6cbt510xGB
Britain’s biggest clothing retailer is quietly turning into an upmarket grocer econ.st/1FDxjk5 pic.twitter.com/AwY0bm6yAb
Crystal may: silicon solar cells could be displaced by crystalline "perovskites" econ.st/1dfAl1E pic.twitter.com/k4nVomDYu2
The fall of Ramadi shows that Islamic State is still in business econ.st/1K3Fxj6 pic.twitter.com/Ib8GyBkQZ4
Harley-Davidson, the world’s toughest motorbike-maker, has met a grisly opponent—the dollar econ.st/1IB3uRO pic.twitter.com/Pzht8VLGne
A new narrative landscape that stretches from Mauritius to the South China Sea econ.st/1ehgxel pic.twitter.com/UiyxKvGfMi
Thousands of Rohingya flee Myanmar in despair; the authorities remain woefully indifferent econ.st/1FAPmr7 pic.twitter.com/ScN49BreZL
After a share-price crash, Hanergy looks like the latest Chinese solar firm to burn out econ.st/1c6ph5s pic.twitter.com/I3xDhYO4Ts
A gannet comes in to land at a colony on Bird Island, South Africa. Loud shrieking calls and the pungent smell of droppings from thousands of Cape gannets greet visitors to the Lambert's Bay Bird Island nature reserve off the Western Cape coast. Credit: AP #gannet
Shares in solar firm Hanergy had risen five-fold since September. On May 20th, they fell 47% econ.st/1effb3V pic.twitter.com/lHoou8kqTq