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The Economist

Should we retain the right to feel unhappy at work? econ.st/1WOiHWk
Children wearing their school backpacks climb a cliff on their way home from school in Zhaojue county, Sichuan province, China on May 14th 2016.  The schoolchildren climb an 800-meter high bamboo ladder secured to a sheer cliff face. Credit: AP/Chinatopix #cliff #ZhaojueCounty #China
The growing clout of online platforms is a boon to society but a headache for trustbusters econ.st/1TYOOww
A niche business straddling journalism and oil is proving surprisingly lucrative econ.st/1NSjbbq
.@romancewriters estimated that in 2013 sales of romantic novels surpassed $1 billion econ.st/249jMYa
Obama visits Hiroshima, 70 years after the US dropped two atomic bombs on Japan econ.st/25lSTTm
Brazilians delight in words unique to Portuguese. What such words reveal about Brazilians econ.st/1NSkvLs
Why do so many countries give politicians immunity from prosecution? econ.st/1VlZr1q
The future of carmakers: making vehicles may prove easier than selling services econ.st/20L845g
South Africa’s expropriation bill passes in parliament econ.st/1X1awH3
In "The Gene", Siddhartha Mukherjee uses his family to examine the genetics of schizophrenia econ.st/1TDm02j
Why Venezuela's president is ripping up the constitution bequeathed to him by Hugo Chavez econ.st/24bupJY
More and more Americans like watching people kick round balls econ.st/1U0YZ3F
Atlético Madrid’s resurgence has been thanks to discipline econ.st/1NSmD5Z
A new law in South Carolina chips away at Roe v Wade econ.st/1THPiNk
Alice through the ages: from Lewis Carroll’s own drawings to a controversial comic econ.st/1qOZLZH
A pedestrian passes a giant rotating head modelled on the writer Franz Kafka, in central Prague, Czech Republic on May 27th 2016. The statue of Czech-born writer Kafka was created by the controversial Czech artist Cerny, who has made several artworks commenting on the political situation in the coun
Violent strikes against labour reforms are causing chaos in France econ.st/1U0SUnT
The world's refugee crisis: past and present econ.st/25mD6n3
Petrol queues and protests reflect a battle over the French left's future (+ amazing video) economist.com/news/europe/21…
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Indian officials wasted 10,000 litres of water cleaning a VIP helipad. During a drought econ.st/1TVT0Nq
Recent hacks highlight the vulnerability of the global payments system econ.st/1qOSsRN
Stuck in the middle with Spotify econ.st/20Khf5S
What has been said on the American campaign trail? Everything econ.st/1X0H8R1
The Leave campaign's dog-whistle strategy will only succeed if Remain voters don't turn out econ.st/20KI1Lo
 
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