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Our cover this week examines the practical and philosophical questions raised by CRISPR, a new gene-editing technology that could make possible the creation of designer babies. It holds great promise, but rules are needed to govern its use

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An affair to remember
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Islam and slavery
Islamic State’s revival of slavery, extreme though it is, finds disquieting echoes across the Arab world, from child labour in Morocco to the abuse of domestic staff in the Gulf
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Power from poo
New York City is pondering an unusual plan to generate clean energy by capturing the, er, output of its 600,000 resident dogs
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A bomb which went off at a popular shrine in central Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, killed 20 people and injured more than 100. It was unclear who had detonated the device. Thailand’s military junta, which seized power last year and which called the attack the worst-ever such incident in the country, blamed a “network” but said it was “unlikely” it was the work of international terrorists
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The Obama administration proposed another tweak to America’s ban on exporting crude oil, which has been in place since the Arab embargo of the 1970s. The administration is to allow Mexico to swap barrels of the heavy crude that it produces for the light, sweet stuff that American producers frack from shale
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