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The Economist
today at 05:32. Facebook
Adidas is convinced its Speedfactory will help it to transform the way trainers are created

Adidas plans to open an automated factory employing robots and 3D printers

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The Economist
today at 04:44. Facebook
The boss of Air India has stated that the carrier plans to reserve six seats in the front rows of its aeroplanes for women passengers who are travelling alone

Air India may segregate some women passengers for their own safety

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The Economist
today at 03:58. Facebook
Mexico would suffer horribly from a trade war. Yet that does not mean that the country is defenceless

As Donald Trump takes office, Mexico braces for impact

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The Economist
today at 03:10. Facebook
3,391 such weapons were found by security staff in 2016. That number has been rising steadily for years

More passengers are trying to smuggle loaded guns onto American planes

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The Economist
today at 02:22. Facebook
The president-elect's team is making a bet on assertive nationalism as a way of imposing America's will on a world that can stand a bit of arm-twisting. But other countries have assertive populations too. Things could get messy

Donald Trump’s team sees global turbulence as an exciting opportunity

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The Economist
today at 01:34. Facebook
MasterCard could be planning to estimate passengers' weight for airlines based on what they buy

A new way for airlines to size up their passengers

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The Economist
today at 00:48. Facebook
Building an ultra-high-voltage direct-current connectors will not solve every energy problem. But to bring about a zero-carbon grid, these high-capacity links will play a role

China’s embrace of "supergrids" holds lessons for others

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The Economist
yesterday at 23:59. Facebook
The largest connector under construction, the Changji-Guquan link, will carry 12,000MW (half the average power use of Spain) over 3,400km, from Xinjiang, in the far north-west, to Anhui province in the east

China powers ahead with a new direct-current infrastructure

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The Economist
yesterday at 23:19. Facebook
The best thing about walking is that you are your own boss: start and halt, look at everything or nothing, think about a lot or a little

The story of man's love affair with walking, the oldest means of locomotion

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The Economist
yesterday at 22:33. Facebook
Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri was tortured by the CIA in secret “black sites”. He now awaits trial, to be charged with masterminding the attack on USS Cole, in Aden Harbour in 2000, which killed 17 American sailors and wounded many more

Will the torture of an alleged al-Qaeda killer have his case thrown out?

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The Economist
yesterday at 21:46. Facebook
Just recall his eulogy in Charleston, South Carolina after the massacre of a pastor and his flock

Obama brought a purist Christian challenge to mainstream American beliefs

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The Economist
yesterday at 20:56. Facebook
George IV needed 100 drops of laudanum before he could face Lord Aberdeen, the foreign secretary. William Wilberforce ascribed to opium his powers of public speaking. Wilkie Collins described in his novels how boredom drove wealthy Victorian women to share his addictions

Every familiar name in British history was swallowing, sniffing or injecting something

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The Economist
yesterday at 20:09. Facebook
A little basic game theory could have saved the Buffalo Bills from a costly, embarrassing mistake

How to lose quarterbacks and alienate people

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The Economist
yesterday at 20:07. Facebook
Our Lexington columnist writes that Trump's incoming foreign-policy team has in mind a revolution in great-power relations
The Economist
yesterday at 19:23. Facebook
One bar in Chicago offers 38 varieties of ice, each with its own flavour, cut, texture and melting properties. The Economist’s 1843 magazine meets the bartenders testing the thermo-dynamic boundaries of happy hour

Designer ice cubes—coming to a cocktail near you

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The Economist
yesterday at 18:55. Facebook
This aerial view shows the shadows of trees along an intersecting road and river near Sieversdorf, eastern Germany on January 16th 2017. Credit: AFP/dap/Patrick Pleul

Instagram photo by The Economist • Jan 16, 2017 at 5:24pm UTC

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The Economist
yesterday at 18:35. Facebook
As the Yugoslavia war-crimes trials come to a close, verdicts about the court itself are already being handed down

The Yugoslav tribunal shuts down, a Kosovo tribunal starts up

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The Economist
yesterday at 17:46. Facebook
Perhaps we have to accept that a certain degree of waste and delay is a necessary part of infrastructure delivery

Why governments don't get on with infrastructure projects

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The Economist
yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Employers want more than that first degree, they want you to keep learning. Free to read

Why you should hire the curious

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The Economist
yesterday at 16:36. Facebook
Barack Obama wanted to close the offshore prison; Donald Trump says he will "load it up with some bad dudes"

Guantánamo remains a stain on America’s reputation

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