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North Korea: a nuclear nightmare

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This week our cover features North Korea’s nuclear threat. While the world has focused on Iran, Kim Jong Un, the country’s hereditary dictator, has been working on missiles and warheads. Sometime during the second term of Barack Obama’s successor, he may be able to strike the continental United States

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Regulating technology firms
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Life in the fast lane
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Babies and intelligence
Children are born helpless. But helpless children need astute parents to look after them, which may explain why Homo sapiens is so clever
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Alexander Van der Bellen, a former head of the Green party, won Austria’s presidential election by just 31,000 votes, defeating Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party. Had he won this (largely ceremonial) post, Mr Hofer would have been the first far-right head of state in the European Union. His surprisingly high support reflected voter anger over immigration. As in several European countries, the far right has been making ground
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Faced with a future where ride-hailing could reduce car ownership, Toyota and Volkswagen became the latest carmakers to invest in startups that provide such services. Toyota formed a partnership with Uber, the biggest ride-sharing app, to develop “mobility services”. And Volkswagen invested $300m in Israel's Gett, the largest taxi-hailing app in Europe
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