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Why Kim Jong Un's brother was murdered

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This week we devote our cover to babies. From IVF to gene editing and cloning, ways to intervene in human reproduction are becoming more potent. Some people are horrified at the prospect of people “playing God”. Others, whose lives are blighted by childlessness or disease, argue for the right to alleviate suffering. The world needs to work out what it thinks

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Half-brotherly love
An inconvenient relative of Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s despotic ruler, has been murdered in dramatic style
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Sliding towards Scoxit
Britain’s exit from the European Union seems to strengthen the case for Scottish independence. Look closer, however, and it weakens it
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The European Union sent its commissioner for economic affairs to Athens for talks about Greece’s debt woes. He discussed the economic reforms that creditors want the country to implement with Alexis Tsipras, the prime minister, and Euclid Tsakalotos, the finance minister. EU officials hope that the review can be completed by February 20th, when finance ministers meet in Brussels, so that the latest round of aid for Greece can be unlocked
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A rebound in exports towards the end of the year helped Japan’s GDP grow by 1% in 2016, down slightly from the 1.2% it recorded in 2015. With domestic consumption still stagnant, international trade remains the driver of the Japanese economy, which makes it vulnerable to any tariffs that might be imposed by the Trump administration
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