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The Spanish government is fretting about foreign hands on the nation's olive-presses econ.st/1l9ZWel pic.twitter.com/RYkIGGYsnm
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A Georgia bill could help America's private probation firms turn a single traffic ticket into a lifetime of fees econ.st/1lF40PP
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Today's live #Dailychart shows that Chinese tourists are spending a lot econ.st/1lFwLQz
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US Airways handled a recent mistake on the company's Twitter account with grace econ.st/1ifD9G8
The Economist explains how speech-recognition software got so good econ.st/1lFoEDL pic.twitter.com/uK1AJliI3l
The trick in European politics is to appeal to some religious and cultural constituencies without alienating others econ.st/1idiO4b
How computer programs are helping US states decide whom to release from prison econ.st/1mAq95M
Meet the new losers of China, the Diaosi-a term that literally translates as "male pubic hair" econ.st/1kXQ19c pic.twitter.com/H50PMXQ5ST
From "city of the 21st century" to a city in steep decline. Can Eric Garcetti fix Los Angeles? econ.st/1lAss4D pic.twitter.com/MpCR1Wt0eT
As the drums of war beat louder a strange lull has descended on Ukraine's eastern region of Donbas econ.st/1lEnOHp
The problem with British MPs is not that they are too rowdy, but that they are too tame econ.st/1jOyxuO pic.twitter.com/x5kx2yLlc5
"What are they smoking out there?" Vancouver war on doorknobs will help old folk, bears and... velociraptors econ.st/1lC38jb
Highways to Hell: America spends $91 billion every year on its roads. That's not enough. econ.st/1icT4Vw pic.twitter.com/zSKHqMVPHl
Crowd-funding is improving journalism in China econ.st/1icX9sX pic.twitter.com/vM8ANZGUZi
A 20-minute reduction in travel time between Manchester and Leeds could add £6.7 billion to Britain's economy econ.st/1kW1zK9
Investors have unfriended some high-tech stars econ.st/1kXB5rG pic.twitter.com/CuVz2YFOGd
For the first time in history, the rich have begun to work longer hours than the poor econ.st/1kWITdd pic.twitter.com/gtyz83lfGi
These guys aren't playing to win, they are playing not to lose: Private equity hits middle age econ.st/1ick9Ow pic.twitter.com/TuiYNzXV0Y
Today's #Dailychart shows that diabetes is a growing problem, especially among Arabs econ.st/1gPeAAj pic.twitter.com/CSYOXPiKaq
Crimean museum that lent its most precious objects to the Netherlands may never get them back econ.st/1jvclTk pic.twitter.com/Tj2dDqf2dj
Trending: Why have Brazil's workers not grown any more productive in the past 50 years? econ.st/1ickUkP pic.twitter.com/edZCt8Py6r
The Economist explains why sanitation should be sacred econ.st/1ibVc5Z pic.twitter.com/Zb2hPRCUSn
Barack Obama is bound to disappoint on his tour of Asia econ.st/1gOXQJj pic.twitter.com/NBtxS9IIXO
Iceland's Harpa building encapsulates the recent re-energising of the country's cultural scene econ.st/1nsWfh4 pic.twitter.com/4KTqtXm91Q
Local rivalries are sapping the competitiveness of the UK's industrial heartland econ.st/1lyo1aD pic.twitter.com/KsX9YaRHLW