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Features & Analysis
There are more than a quarter of a million students from China in colleges in the United States - the highest ever number.
One former teacher is trying to encourage a love of reading in young black boys in Harlem by making books available at an essential place - the barbershop.
The similarities between apes and people have long fascinated scientists. Yet, writes Mary Colwell, the differences can be just as thrilling.
Paris is a beautiful city but much of its housing stock is in poor condition, notes Hugh Schofield, himself the victim of a series of plumbing disasters.
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