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Vanuatu's sacred drink
Could the traditional beverage known as kava boost Vanuatu's struggling economy?
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The challenges facing Syrian refugees in Turkey
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Why not buy Greenland?
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Brand Britain and Brexit
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Tackling the male fertility crisis
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The cannabidiol craze
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Africa's mobile credit revolution
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Just how bad will it get if the world fails to get to grips with climate change?
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Brexit and the currency speculators
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The search for sustainable fabric
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The George Soros conspiracy
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Choose your own pay
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Why whistleblowers need protection
The EU grants new legal rights to those reporting corporate and government misbehaviour
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The vaping scare and big tobacco
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How to be angry
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Is the West really meritocratic?
US academic and author Daniel Markovits argues that meritocracy fuels inequality
How China slam-dunked the NBA
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Is the sun setting on Saudi oil?
Is Aramco finalising a much-delayed IPO just as markets are losing faith in fossil fuels?
The business case for sleep
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What is the Green New Deal?
The plan to transform the economy and solve climate change has taken off in Washington DC
Industry awards - worth the effort?
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The California companies racing to replace the meat we eat
Goodbye Super Mario
A changing of the guard at the European Central Bank
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Pressure is growing on airlines to turn to more renewable sources of fuel
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A hydro-powered Bitcoin boom in Georgia
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The world's youngest Nobel-winning economist
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The Cambridge Analytica whistleblower
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Make me an influencer
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The murky world of fake Instagram followers, fake comments, fake likes
Who wants to be a billionaire?
Should the richest be taxed out of existence?
The billionaires who want to pay more tax
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The ethics of AI
One of the world's top thinkers on artificial intelligence says why we should be cautious
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Google has claimed a breakthrough in quantum computing, but what might it actually do?
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Apple bans vaping apps
When to retire
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