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“Only a deluge can save São Paulo”: could South America’s biggest metropolis run out of water? econ.st/1AtW5fE pic.twitter.com/aPWxFl71st
Why an electric car may be much dirtier than a petrol one econ.st/1wGfdY8 pic.twitter.com/cl7QRvOf6n
Which supermarket has Christmas dinner all wrapped up? econ.st/1GsGVdW pic.twitter.com/s53ekfRYVR
British offshore wind farms' output is soaring. More are needed, but costs must come down econ.st/1sD8XLO pic.twitter.com/ewPyaLhUop
China’s Communist Party is waging a low-tech, old-fashioned campaign to sell itself econ.st/13BWBxU pic.twitter.com/K2DwLFWJDk
The café siege in Sydney will spark fresh debate about vulnerability to terrorism econ.st/1zyrLSC pic.twitter.com/TZrNVMI0fH
Illinois risks default if it fails to tackle its public-pension crisis econ.st/13zwYh8 pic.twitter.com/fy9kJIhz0y
Our #econespresso #quoteoftheday is from writer and art critic William Hazlitt. Get the app econ.st/1x2Xk81 pic.twitter.com/rL7itBaOOs
The Federal Reserve meets, and it's the best of all worlds: econ.st/13DnAZO pic.twitter.com/cNtX28V2gs
Chemical clues preserved in old bones allows diagnosis of ancient ailments econ.st/1x2wLjl pic.twitter.com/a6AjSGYadC
Political Islam is under pressure from generals, monarchs, jihadists—and voters econ.st/1w1UXeE pic.twitter.com/2aZrnLCT34
Cultural losses seem to pale in the face of human suffering. But they are often inseparable econ.st/1w2YlWJ pic.twitter.com/fX6Oxavknz
Rising persecution suggests atheism and humanism are being recognised as cohesive world-views econ.st/1DC0h2g pic.twitter.com/kH2Oy4dMdM
By ignoring protesters’ demands for free elections, Hong Kong’s government wore them down econ.st/1zsu2yA pic.twitter.com/ZLyiPZEpgf
The world’s drinkers are moderating the growth in their consumption econ.st/16tRP6C pic.twitter.com/H0zmgAvyMw
After seven years at zero, US interest rates will begin to return to normal in 2015 econ.st/1zvhXrl pic.twitter.com/658YTTpElH
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How wrong can a police officer be before policing crosses the line? econ.st/1yZcZW6 pic.twitter.com/WWkLyvgFyI
Sony’s experience highlights that one shouldn't store passwords in a file entitled “Password” econ.st/16pi8Lj pic.twitter.com/HfATp2AnIR
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The reality of sleeper trains is not that of the art-deco bars featured in 1950s spy fiction econ.st/1wEZeK8 pic.twitter.com/Ppb44PHqUH
The world economy in 2015 will carry troubling echoes of the late 1990s econ.st/1zvRaeB pic.twitter.com/hOhERsQlYh
The Economist explains why Japan's opposition parties are so hopeless econ.st/1wHyPLD pic.twitter.com/TVNtjk5N5W
A deep recession is now a certainty for Russia in 2015. Things could get much worse econ.st/1GriBJt pic.twitter.com/a54dsnZKVD
What's more important to you: sex, or mobile internet? 14% of EU consumers picked abstinence econ.st/1vYz1Rz pic.twitter.com/2g71edifVt