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The Economist: International

[1]Tall buildings are becoming more common. They need not be dangerous
[2]Britain’s election is the latest occasion to bash pollsters
[3]Tech giants are under fire for facilitating terrorism
[4]How Israel spots lone-wolf attackers
[5]The UN Human Rights Council will be weaker if America leaves
[6]Bans help make torture less common
[7]America’s foreign policy: embrace thugs, dictators and strongmen
[8]More women are being put behind bars. Fewer should be
[9]Too many prisons make bad people worse. There is a better way
[10]Policymakers around the world are embracing behavioural science
[11]As demand for surrogacy soars, more countries are trying to ban it
[12]A growing share of aid is spent by private firms, not charities
[13]A better way to care for the dying
[14]What people most want in their final months
[15]A global attack on long-neglected tropical diseases is succeeding
[16]How to dispose of nuclear waste
[17]How hospitals could be rebuilt, better than before
[18]The world has made great progress in eradicating extreme poverty
[19]America’s proposed budget cuts will be bad for the environment
[20]Could Donald Trump’s attack on the UN destabilise the world?


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