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North Korea’s dire food shortage may become more acute Even a wet rainy season might not save the harvest
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“Canada’s Trump” is politer than the real thing Pierre Poilievre is the front-runner to lead the Conservative Party
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Latin American politicians are fed up with the war on drugs Both of Colombia’s presidential front-runners want change
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Crypto’s last man standing Is Sam Bankman-Fried the John Pierpont Morgan of crypto?
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Another mass shooting in America This year is on course to be one of the bloodiest on record
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Some Latin American economies have benefited from the war in Ukraine But the effects are unlikely to last
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How sturdy are Europe’s tech unicorns? The downturn is unlikely to lay waste to tech on the old continent again
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A new giant waterlily has turned up at Kew Gardens But dried specimens of it had been in hiding there for over 170 years
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Why Peruvian villagers tore down a flood-warning system It was made to keep them safe. They thought it was stealing the rain
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Ten years on from the Higgs boson, what is next for physics? New particles beckon as the Large Hadron Collider returns to life
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A Peruvian farmer takes on Germany’s largest electricity firm The outcome of the climate lawsuit will have global implications
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As interest rates climb and the economy cools, can companies pay their debts? The risks might lie in shadowy private markets
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A leftist ex-guerrilla and a populist face off for the Colombian presidency Voters rejected safer options on May 29th
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Cómo Gustavo Petro cambiaría a Colombia si gana las elecciones The Economist habla con el que podría ser el primer presidente de izquierda del país
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The allure of betting on mergers A niche trading strategy is proving popular—and not just because of Elon Musk
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How Gustavo Petro would change Colombia if he wins the presidential election The Economist speaks to the man who could be the country’s first left-wing president
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The case for strong and silent central banks The second in our series on the central-bank pivot
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A test of whether big mining is socially sustainable The wealth of the Andes
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Beach reads for business folk What to read when you are not working
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What past market crashes have looked like “Capitulation”, the last phase of a rout, can seem like a sort of mania
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How China is making Hong Kong more “Chinese” Migration drives appear to be boosting Hong Kong’s national pride
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A divided Colombia is poised to elect its first leftist president The threat of violence hangs over Gustavo Petro’s election, win or lose
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Mars Inc gets the purpose v profit balance right Showy corporations should learn from the low-key, family-owned mammal-feeder
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The latest desperate attempt to prop up the Turkish lira Recep Tayyip Erdogan will support anything but raising interest rates
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Which European countries know the least about climate change? A new survey finds people underestimate the scientific consensus
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How the dinosaurs took over They were better than their competitors at surviving the cold
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In Brazil, if you need answers, see a cowrie-shell thrower A mystical Afro-Brazilian tradition thrives in a changing country
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Japanese energy firms cling on to their Russian assets That puts them in line with Japan’s government but at odds with the West
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Inflation in America soars to 8%. Or is it more like 6%? The Fed’s preferred price gauge is more benign but also more obscure
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Tracking changes to Ukraine’s economy The war has shifted economic activity westward
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Medellín is an example of what Colombia could be Its former mayors make up half the field in the country’s presidential election
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The pandemic is boosting sellers of traditional medicine Whether or not they work, herbal remedies are a healthy business
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Can Europe keep the lights on this winter? The energy crunch intensifies
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Young children may benefit from having more male teachers Gender quotas in Finnish primary schools seemed to benefit boys and girls alike
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Around the world, bans do not make abortion much rarer But they can make care for all pregnancies worse
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People bank blood. Why not faeces? Storing your stools when you are young may help you later in life
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Latin America’s divisions over defending democracy A summit of distant neighbours
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The battle between Asia’s financial centres is heating up Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai each bring different advantages—and costs
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South America’s biggest gang has immense sway in Brazil First Capital Command seems to run a shadow state in parts of the country
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How neurons really work is being elucidated That will help both medicine and the search for better artificial intelligence
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Evangelicals are key to Brazil’s upcoming election But they are not necessarily going to vote for Jair Bolsonaro
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The great Silicon Valley shake-out We look at the world’s startups and identify the safe, the uneasy and the doomed
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The front-runner for Colombia’s election faces death threats The country has a long history of political murder
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If Latin America has a commercial capital, it is Miami Despite not being in Latin America, it offers cash, connections and creativity to the region
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The rise of China’s VC-industrial complex The state is reshaping one of the world’s biggest startup scenes—not necessarily for the better
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Mexico’s president takes on the electoral system Even if Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s reforms fail to pass, he can do a lot of damage to democracy
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The global economy is falling below expectations Markets are suffering more negative surprises than positive ones
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A new motorway in Paraguay could eventually rival the Panama Canal That is, if governments in Brazil and Argentina build their connecting roads, too
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El Salvador’s president has locked up 19,000 people in a month Many are likely to be gang members. But innocent people are being rounded up, too
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Why inflation looks likely to stay above the pre-pandemic norm Even as supply-chain snarls ease, wage growth and price expectations are ticking up
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Can Brazil help with food shortages around the world? In the first two months of this year it has exported more wheat than in the whole of 2021
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How many lives have been saved by covid-19 vaccines? A new study estimates that the number is greater than the population of Chile
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Can Venezuela help the West wean itself off Russian oil? Nicolás Maduro, the country’s autocratic president, may make that difficult
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Americans do not realise how safe abortions are They are also less informed than Europeans about how they happen
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Mexican migration has changed America for the better Remittances sent home have helped Mexico, too
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The Supreme Court’s abortion ruling will outrage most Americans The country mostly favours the right to terminate a pregnancy
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Canada’s Liberal government tries to boost the economy But Chrystia Freeland’s budget lacks ambition
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Most of the world’s grain is not eaten by humans Nearly half of all grain is either burned as fuel or eaten by animals
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Friends smell like one another Why that is, is mysterious
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Latin America is becoming more secular Catholicism is in swift decline, although there are growing numbers of evangelicals
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Is monkeypox an international public-health emergency? The WHO is deliberating
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Costly food and energy are fostering global unrest Many governments are too indebted to cushion the blow to living standards
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The biggest bacterium yet discovered lives on Guadeloupe It can grow to be a centimetre long
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Hailed as a saviour, derided as a thief, Lula is back Brazil’s election may turn on whether voters trust their former president
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The world’s most liveable cities Life is getting back to normal, if not quite everywhere
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Why everyone wants Arm The British chip designer’s modest size belies its central role in the digital revolution
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The first underground warren for disposing of spent nuclear fuel Finland leads the way. Sweden and others may follow
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Swimming’s ruling on transgender women continues a trend Another sport chooses fairness over inclusion
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How attractively are shares now priced? What a key valuation measure says about buying the dip
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A horrible death that not even one's enemies would wish on them! A group of 22 Indian students went on an excursion to the city of Manali. They stopped to take a photo on the banks of the Beas River. They took a photo and literally one minute later they were all dead What happened a minute before they died?
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Ukrainian refugees are beginning to return home Border-crossing data show a steady flow back into the war-torn country
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Why is inflation relatively low in some places? We identify the large economies where inflation trails behind that in the West
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People’s inflation expectations are rising—and will be hard to bring down No one listens to central banks
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Alphabet is spending billions to become a force in health care Can it finally shake up the stodgy multi-trillion-dollar industry?
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In stamping out covid, China has stomped on confidence China is able to make and distribute more things again. But will consumers buy them?
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Is trading on America’s stockmarket fair? Gary Gensler, the head of the SEC, thinks not
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Disney loses its Indian Premier League streaming rights Phew
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The Federal Reserve raises interest rates by 0.75 percentage points Markets wake up to the fact that conquering inflation will be costly
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Eight days that shook the markets Investors wake up to the fact that conquering inflation will be painful
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How modern executives are different They need to work harder at more tasks, and to deploy softer skills
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How modern executives are different from their forebears They need to work harder at more tasks, and to deploy softer skills
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The European Central Bank responds to market turmoil The ECB is here to close spreads
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