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Which are the worst American airports for winter flying? econ.st/1v9z4wX pic.twitter.com/xXpvWG2AbM
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How are molecules in the air perceived as smell? Quantum theory could explain life's mysteries econ.st/1r9vncp pic.twitter.com/doLXIYOhVn
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Internet streaming is a threat to many film-makers, but it may save Nigeria’s film industry econ.st/1C9rYyU pic.twitter.com/6pSL8aWpeB
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“It was the winter of war, in 1939”: the fascinating back story of the Moomins’ magic maker econ.st/1uARBPa pic.twitter.com/Oey5lQ18db
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The Economist explains what China means by "democracy" econ.st/1yb58BZ pic.twitter.com/ODZJvz7ZEY
Leaving it to individuals to lose weight without help is failing. How best to tackle obesity? econ.st/1r2mX6E pic.twitter.com/qmeITf0Ha4
Gaining ground on Western counterparts: where are the top Asian universities? econ.st/1vG2aHb #econarchive pic.twitter.com/ho4dEHHsgl
The cheque is in the tweet. Sending and receiving money on your smartphone is getting easier econ.st/1uAuC6T pic.twitter.com/IrXIxZlpI4
It’s easy to see why long-termism has become so fashionable, but it is no guarantee of success econ.st/1uXPTvV pic.twitter.com/9dlzKDfApy
Sex and drugs and getting old – pensioners are living it up econ.st/1vvwULr pic.twitter.com/qh47aE3glr
A new paper shows how the settlement of Tibet depended on an exotic crop from the West econ.st/1pimOe9 pic.twitter.com/3tbcVAj5oq
Tinder has become synonymous with one-night stands. Tripr could be Tinder for backpackers econ.st/1yRQ6QO pic.twitter.com/cvmCS98SfY
Police departments are frequently not good at their core function. #Ferguson is not an outlier econ.st/1y9Dmpo pic.twitter.com/jIiWVRyuGO
When in a hole, fire someone. That’s the Washington way econ.st/1r9eqPt #ChuckHagel pic.twitter.com/1Jz88E5BWB
Disputes over women bishops are the least of the Anglican church’s problems econ.st/1pioEMa pic.twitter.com/22gpwv19yI
Today’s #Dailychart looks at America’s immigration debate in a series of graphics. View: econ.st/1FnGq4C pic.twitter.com/QXeDadCDQB
Nearly 30 years on, engineers at Chernobyl still battle to contain reactor four econ.trib.al/SCZSvLW pic.twitter.com/miQL2aGfuK
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“Communities of colour aren’t just making these problems up”: defiance and despair in Ferguson econ.st/1uBZdkd pic.twitter.com/LHKy4YzIom
Marion Barry's venality shouldn't eclipse his genuine concern for people who suffered econ.st/1y8uoZv pic.twitter.com/8Rre5b8yw5
Another deadline missed to limit Iran’s nuclear programme, and time may be running out econ.st/1CaID4Y pic.twitter.com/reHXlDR8DC
Move over, Silvio. Italy's right may have a new leader in the Northern League's Matteo Salvini econ.st/1CaJzGO pic.twitter.com/cgEmf1oYlG
As the Ferguson trial reaffirms, it's very hard to indict a police officer for killing someone econ.st/1rndnpq pic.twitter.com/7umFrODPBF
Long-termism is overrated. Short-termism allows “creative destruction” to work its magic econ.st/1uBux2M pic.twitter.com/Jfptppf4cw
Ebola “continues to claim lives, but there are glimmers of good news.” @TheEconomist b-gat.es/1pgOm3F pic.twitter.com/DlG9kRuqyK
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The Economist explains what happens when a country goes bust econ.st/1pilFTY pic.twitter.com/MLTdpzBKGq