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Diving down to the deep ocean

Even in the perpetual darkness of the deepest ocean, scientists discover the discarded rubbish of modern life.
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Britain's home secretary, Amber Rudd, faces a quandary

Is the right to privacy more important than the threat to citizens’ safety from suspected terrorists?
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What could threaten Amazon’s empire?

Amazon accounts for more than half of every dollar spent online in America and is the world's leading provider of cloud...

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Article 50: The starting gun for Brexit

Brexit’s two-year process will require intense negotiations. If Britain leaves the EU without any formal agreements, the...

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Why printed books are still popular

With social-media browsing a central feature in the lives of many, you could be forgiven for thinking that most people...

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The deep ocean is the final frontier on planet Earth

The ocean covers 70% of our planet. The deep-sea floor is a realm that is largely unexplored, but cutting-edge technology...

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Costs of Inflation: Financial Intermediation Failure

In the previous video, we learned that inflation can add noise to price signals resulting in some costly mistakes from...

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How to win the Grand National according to two-time winner Leighton Aspell

The Grand National is one of the toughest horse races in the world. Two-time winner, Leighton Aspell, shares his tips for...

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A new environmental idea to do away with waste

A project in the Philippines is turning decayed fishing nets into the raw materials for a carpet tile manufacturer in...

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Malversation in Romania

Protests continue across Romania today against a recent government decree decriminalising some forms of corruption. Our...

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How Iranians use music to protest against the regime

This week in 1979 the world ’s first Islamic Revolution toppled the ruling dynasty of Shah Reza Pahlavi in Iran. The...

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Kal draws… what’s coming up in February?

Our cartoonist Kal offers a quick look at some interesting events to come in February.
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The Earth Circle: making environmentalism pay its way

Making waste a thing of the past, new ideas on the environment are reusing or regenerating raw materials so that they pay...

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Meet visually-impaired skier Kelly Marie Gallagher

In the leadup to the Alpine World Ski Championships, one skier has to deal with far more than just moguls on the hill....

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A Supreme Court schism

Tonight America’s president Donald Trump will announce on primetime television his first nominee to the Supreme Court....

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Donald Trump’s tough phone call, as drawn by our cartoonist KAL

America's president Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull have been facing questions about their "...

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Even human excrement has a use in the circular economy

Nothing gets thrown away in the Dutch community which has become a laboratory for the latest environmental thinking—even...

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KAL draws... predatory pricing in business competition

Dumping: when a firm floods a market with cheap goods to undercut the competition. Illustrated by our cartoonist KAL....

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Tim Berners-Lee explains what it will take to make the internet more accessible

The internet is inaccessible to 60% of the world's population. Tim Berners-Lee, the web's inventor, has decided to change...

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How Lita Cabellut grew from street child to an internationally renowned artist

Lita Cabellut spent the first 12 years of her life living on the streets of Barcelona. How did she leave behind a life of...

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The community in Amsterdam that has become a laboratory for the circular economy

Buiksloterham, a polluted former dockyard in Amsterdam, has become a laboratory for new environmental ideas for reusing...

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America’s embargo against Cuba

America imposed a full trade embargo against Cuba 55 years ago, in an attempt to crack Fidel Castro's Communist regime....

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How to win the Super Bowl, according to Osi Umenyiora

Twice a champion with the New York Giants, Osi Umenyiora gives his talking points on how to win Super Bowl 51.
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Life on the frontline of Ukraine's war

War has raged in eastern Ukraine for the past three years between Ukraine's army and Russian-backed separatists. Two...

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Why China has become the world leader in renewable energy

China is the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, using fossil fuels to drive rapid industrialisation. So why is...

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Brexit: Hope vs reality. A cartoon by Kal

British Prime Minister Theresa May is determined to make Brexit happen, regardless of the outcome. Our cartoonist Kal...

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