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If shortages of medical supplies become worse, doctors may have to take tough decisions about which patients to prioritise https://t.co/P2bweFgz5K
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"Mirror worlds"—a new dimension of human life based on and fuelled by data—will bring about a distinct economy  https://t.co/OZgWeXsZgt
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After the merger is complete, wealth- and asset-management will have become Morgan Stanley’s main business https://t.co/Mxy8BYINol
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One particular danger in Germany is that the worlds of organised neo-Nazis and internet-enabled terrorists may start to blend https://t.co/8McqdnD399
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A collaboration of researchers from 71 countries around the world hope to complete the effort by the end of the decade https://t.co/ZX8ELf4t0d
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Rodrigo Duterte has presided over adequate economic growth, high infrastructure spending and a regime of brutality—the public is lapping it up https://t.co/PXtVyBFq2s
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The ECB cannot afford to be sidetracked by infighting with Germany's Bundesbank when the next downturn strikes https://t.co/NCYOSfwqy4
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Boris Johnson’s appointment of Suella Braverman as attorney-general raised expectations that a battle is brewing https://t.co/WGLFtoGgEa
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The British government feels that the balance of power has tipped too far from politicians towards judges https://t.co/Z8yNf2Gh75
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English-speaking ballerinas with a doctorate who want to come to Britain are in luck under the new immigration system https://t.co/Zrkdf3O8AQ
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The clause being used to ditch contracts is typically only respected by courts in London and Hong Kong https://t.co/EUtemsCnF8
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If Dutch medics become overwhelmed with covid-19 patients, the country will open its "calamity hospital" https://t.co/wasWwOpcH6
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Amazon’s multi-billion dollar boss is not known for his philanthropy. But now he is turning to the preservation of the Earth https://t.co/hjvcvJTDVf
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In 1876 Sigmund Freud dissected 400 eels looking for testicles. He was flummoxed—there were none. To this day, eels' mating habits remain a scientific mystery  https://t.co/CW8OF78Rwx
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Dawoud Bey, a professor at Columbia College in Chicago, is considered a luminary of American photography https://t.co/66CVjj8hEM
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Working out the impact of the next recession is important because one is on the way, sooner or later https://t.co/PRuThca7Ha
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Rodrigo Duterte presents himself as an outsider, attacking privileged elites. In truth, he comes from a politically savvy family  https://t.co/uYS2m2HePQ
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Disagreement over what is acceptable does not only divide men and women. There is also a split along educational lines https://t.co/oRnMv8Vx9C
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Data show that generational replacement, not changes of heart, have made society more liberal https://t.co/KirJwMbr3T
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