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The Economist
Shanghai has deployed 125 units of elite armed police since May. Each carries at least 2 guns econ.st/1FwfOPO pic.twitter.com/SBDTOYND11
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Why the risk of a new and painful downturn to rival the Depression is growing, not diminishing econ.st/1wlQXIn pic.twitter.com/8wd1sDZFsc
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Chaori Solar has emerged as an unlikely poster child for the Chinese economy - because it was allowed to go under econ.st/1vBo4JO
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A new museum focuses on the rich history of Jews in Poland, rather than just on the Holocaust econ.st/1wfEVRL pic.twitter.com/fsVS3RzvQT
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Behavioural economics is changing regulation. Payday lending is a target econ.st/1whmBYf
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Jewish radicals are upsetting the fragile religious balance in the holy city of Jerusalem econ.st/1DuTHas pic.twitter.com/OD0tRDKrOj
Plenty of Londoners dislike pedicabs. Despite this, rickshaws have proved hard to get rid of econ.st/1DuSPmc pic.twitter.com/pR57IMkDu9
Free speech and criticism "are dying in the Serbian media", a media fearful of secret police econ.st/1vGZgjG pic.twitter.com/xvagtCZhEr
The campaign against Islamic State is hobbled by splits and inadequate resources econ.st/1sH6uSz pic.twitter.com/LH6dFkOsqG
It is hard for small businesses to break into the Chinese market econ.st/1wh6JFb pic.twitter.com/LYgOFBYeOB
To win the war on Ebola it requires a much larger effort in west Africa than the outside world has so far pledged econ.st/1sIVgwN
One day, quite soon, spam will no longer be a thing #econarchive 2013 econ.st/1Fw6rj2 pic.twitter.com/yEpUtUZdJC
#Dailychart: Growth in China hits a five-year low, but industrial output is on the rise econ.st/1DwPKlz pic.twitter.com/1MlufLd7UQ
Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to 5 years in jail. Now South Africa's justice system is on trial econ.st/1t9AM1B pic.twitter.com/9hSsrJoFvW
Apple reports more than $41 billion in revenues, beating analysts' expectations by $2 billion econ.st/1vHSpXb pic.twitter.com/RcbVsz82qo
The gothic novel is being celebrated at a new exhibition in London econ.st/1rwzUys pic.twitter.com/6MnH8vz4ir
The Economist explains how Nigeria stopped Ebola econ.st/1vH4jRd pic.twitter.com/vzSXlgaYqd
Palestinians have little faith that Gaza will be rebuilt anytime soon econ.st/1FstviD pic.twitter.com/E5xJZCEW5v
Pingyao, one of China's former financial hubs, now begs for the patronage of tourists econ.st/11VvNHN pic.twitter.com/cZyjyRnYMa
Economist readers are not the panicky type, but in case you weren't sure: it is okay to travel in the age of Ebola econ.st/1vDEkKo
Are the peace talks between the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Turkey now over? econ.st/1xYHzLJ pic.twitter.com/hqXgB3qIgZ
Two weeks remain until America's mid-term elections. Who is winning the battle for the Senate? econ.st/1t3jfrO pic.twitter.com/oaj038ZVIO
"Neoliberalism" on the lips of the European left has come to mean "whatever we don't like" econ.st/11WB8OQ pic.twitter.com/J1MdCvvXfW
Germany's politics is boring: its political wonks watch Britain's House of Commons to have fun econ.st/1sGs3lX pic.twitter.com/HijFB1ZLE5
Researchers in bilingualism have been touting striking findings about how bilingualism affects the brain econ.st/1wijmil
One day, quite soon, spam will no longer be a thing #econarchive 2013 econ.st/1vBYrsy pic.twitter.com/xbVKqv7AUR
South Korea enjoys a thriving civil society and competitive elections. Yet its libel law is strict econ.st/1sFV8hv
Nelson Rockefeller's sexual activity was restrained only compared to that of President Kennedy econ.st/1wjFxES pic.twitter.com/OdhlLlSei1
China's growth seems to be falling short of its sustainable limit econ.st/1wijqig pic.twitter.com/eUQk5wCq4w
The raising of a key tax in Japan seems to have inflicted more pain than most predicted econ.st/1sFTZqn pic.twitter.com/3T74lsSsTM
The mood in financial markets has turned gloomy again. Fears of deflation may lie behind recent weakness econ.st/1vBn20r
The more successful of Latin America's populists have become more pragmatic econ.st/1wjjcHH pic.twitter.com/rSE3wpezPn
The WHO fears it could see between 5,000 and 10,000 new Ebola cases per week by the beginning of December econ.st/1wfiE6A
Libya is dangerously divided. Our #Dailychart looks at a country on the edge econ.st/1sGMDTw pic.twitter.com/60gFBhcB0c
A dazzling smile can set you back a lot of money, and dentists in North Carolina want to keep it that way econ.st/1FqaAVN
Two new books show that the euro crisis is far from over econ.st/1wfgJyT pic.twitter.com/vzrCPpEucq
The Economist explains the spread of gay rights econ.st/1wjkORw pic.twitter.com/dqsStMak3U
New evidence suggests that bilingual people are better able to focus on demanding mental tasks despite distractions econ.st/1FqbmlJ
As an invasive species, cane toads have been vastly damaging to Australia's native denizens econ.st/1sDMG28 pic.twitter.com/DyYFc9BfWs
Ebola is not just a medical emergency, but an economic one econ.st/1DqesnI pic.twitter.com/C2OICxZf8w
Markets are in turmoil but will it prompt central banks to react? econ.st/1sJkDjf
Last year freight worth £133 billion passed through Heathrow. It may need another runway econ.st/1Fbqu6h pic.twitter.com/4BBJwfp16G
Narendra Modi is trying to modernise India. Can he become a more liberal economic figure, too? econ.st/1yJHJdb pic.twitter.com/v6N55aF3Ar
A growing cult of radical Jews are upsetting the delicate religious balance in Jerusalem econ.st/1FbSVkp pic.twitter.com/orNSMKK38m
The number of uninvestigated crimes in Mexico is staggering econ.st/1rGNCyZ pic.twitter.com/gc5CVF64mJ
The new Economist Quiz is now available via our website: econ.st/1F6VYu9
Ebola is simple, subtle, yet deadly. You can do a lot of damage with just seven genes econ.st/1wPOPsc pic.twitter.com/lWNhf2lPHd
The Chinese government has decided it must make weapons more readily available to police econ.st/1txNnOe pic.twitter.com/C1kPrWpi1k
Populist parties are hindering the ability of governments in Europe to work together econ.st/1sMtUqX pic.twitter.com/ZK7Uxblb6F
Copulation is a winning sexual strategy. And it's a lot older than was once thought econ.st/1yPE7pZ pic.twitter.com/iAt4Hqo61D