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The Economist
China's financial meltdown contains the message that malaise in the world economy is real econ.st/1Vdx0jO
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After 4,500 years, glassmaking meets the 3D-printing era econ.st/1NPMeYd
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What is “the greatest single threat to the Caribbean economy imaginable”? econ.st/1El5yfT
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Since 2009, America has had no long-term plan for its nuclear waste. Why not? econ.st/1MQoPHw
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There's lots of talk about science's reproducibility problem. Here's some data to go with it econ.st/1K9FWVS
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Americans: how much nuclear waste is stored in your state? econ.st/1VdM94O
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Fears that the IRA remains in existence threaten Northern Ireland’s fragile government econ.st/1K7ZWrJ
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Beirut’s fancy downtown area was engulfed in clouds of tear gas as rioters clashed with police econ.st/1MRmqh7
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Many of South Africa's state-owned firms are racking up large losses and guzzling subsidies econ.st/1PADO7u
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Your correspondent goes into space to investigate the new incarnation of virtual reality econ.st/1K9FVB7
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Other People’s Money: A perceptive book on the need for financial reform econ.st/1hbxicc
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Signs indicate that the El Nino that's brewing could be a whopper this time econ.st/1JPwdnh
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Britain is the only EU country where the young have worse literacy rates than those aged 30-54 econ.st/1V6Hu4L
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Why is Saudi Arabia sitting on its hands while the oil price collapses? econ.st/1JlwSrb
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For Venezuela's middle class, crime is a more pressing topic than shortages of basic goods econ.st/1hhIhka
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Cricket has featured only once in the Olympics: in the 1900 Games. It's time bring it back econ.st/1NWEG5R
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Israeli President Reuven Rivlin is winning unexpected fans from his country's left econ.st/1hhQpkP
Lights, camera, inaction! Narendra Modi talks much but does little econ.st/1MQOorM
Asian views of Japan’s 20th-century expansionism are not all negative econ.st/1LDEN93
Stephen Hawking says he may have cracked a 40-year-old puzzle. What's the kerfuffle about?econ.st/1VecYWH
What's the universe made of? Well, to a 95% approximation, we don't know econ.st/1K9FVRQ
In this week's Babbage chat, @kncukier @natashaloder and @djasonpalmer on flu bugs and dust econ.st/1K9FWoF
Saudi Arabia has spent 9 months safeguarding its share of the oil market. Its eye is on Iran econ.st/1MQec7v
Iraq's prime minister will find it hard to keep his fine promises econ.st/1El80mA
Some Iran deal critics are motivated more by loathing of Barack Obama than by the deal's flaws econ.st/1PAwE2Z




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