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The wartime diaries of Margot Asquith reveal an astute woman who relishes political argument econ.st/1jZEvfT pic.twitter.com/R3F5I2VPqK
International creditors remain sceptical about Greece's ability to reform without close supervision econ.st/1mNuP2O
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The conquering jihadists of ISIS are evicting or killing Mosul's last Christians econ.st/1qDGidp pic.twitter.com/ouhqZbPDcY
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America and Canada now have levels of tea consumption that rival Britain, China, and India econ.st/1uDJ2JI pic.twitter.com/azRBiE9R1m
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The State Department has added Turkmenistan to a list of nations that America sees as violators of religious liberty econ.st/1zrFzN3
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Today's #Dailychart shows that the current ebola outbreak is the worst on record econ.st/1rN0JEp pic.twitter.com/9LyV7CJmiS
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The Economist explains the legal puzzle of flight MH17 econ.st/1rMX8X7 pic.twitter.com/W4B0r2okM0
Modern parents see risks that their own parents never considered econ.st/1lRPJhQ pic.twitter.com/ynFrY8MGDN
GM babies? "There is no consensus" on the moral question, we warned last year econ.st/UIldj4 pic.twitter.com/q4QmxDa2cI
Iraqis celebrated Eid al-Fitr yesterday, after a Ramadan month that was both hot and bloody econ.st/1AtzEZu pic.twitter.com/OZiJRZ3cAb
Chinese business has been slow to embrace the internet. As it does, productivity should soar econ.st/WKHkah pic.twitter.com/VsLu1PMOnu
Some Democrats in America haven't noticed that the next election is this year, not 2016 econ.st/1pQp2N9 pic.twitter.com/E57iAHK6oA
In recent years China's soft power efforts have both expanded in scope and become more sophisticated in delivery econ.st/1sSLrhF
China has been given a glowing report for its lowering of infant and maternal mortality rates econ.st/1qDFB3R pic.twitter.com/EzJI8j75V9
How can the desire to give schools more autonomy be squared with the desire to enforce liberal values? econ.st/1jZ5DM5
Bill Ackman, the boss of Pershing Square, has raised new questions about the legality of Herbalife's business econ.st/1qDTFdR
How long might California's exceptional drought last? A decade or more, say scientists econ.st/1ApGyPs pic.twitter.com/v4Zk7kbrZG
Remembrance: a chart of #WWI casualties on the centenary of the outbreak econ.st/1kj9Pqt pic.twitter.com/MvWh1HpPuk
Why Britons gave the name "Great" to the conflict that began in 1914 remains something of a mystery econ.st/1tTuFMY
A huge study shows cognitive differences between men and women are not largely down to genes econ.st/1mVaGrK pic.twitter.com/eWHkTeKKYD
Europe's commemorations may perhaps end a 100-year haunting of the first world war econ.st/WJZARm pic.twitter.com/VSXR3AAQJB
Today's #Dailychart looks at how the first world war changed the world econ.st/1mV4Wyb pic.twitter.com/CjAfNDIw1w
The Economist explains why professional women's sport is less popular than men's econ.st/WJMtzM pic.twitter.com/SUd2V98wFU
Rather than pushing out jobs, London increasingly sucks them in econ.st/UxEfsr pic.twitter.com/Y3Wt1VR8aw
There is a large class divide in how Americans raise their children econ.st/WFVQAf pic.twitter.com/syi0SHCvpW