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FT: Beijing embracing open-source collaboration and wooing scientists from overseas.
Financial Times: Putin has made it clear he still has many options to retain power.
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New York Times: Private tanker operators are profiting from growing water scarcity.
The address of this 10-villa tropical island resort tells you everything you need to know.
Times: Golden Globe winner, activist, mother of three: Anderson makes midlife look easy.
Financial Times: Germany's chancellor says the bloc must be more competitive.
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Times: Kate Wright on love, grief and becoming a step mum.
Washington Post: A mother, a son, an unraveling mind — and a system that can't keep up.
Financial Times: How top players' diets have changed — and why old habits die hard.
Financial Times: The Democrats' dilemma over using personal data in fight against Trump.
If NZ wants to "stay in the club" of Western allies they need to toe the line.
New York Times: The most consequential week in Trump's presidency.
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Proposed law changes could remove wording that allows airports to charge as they see fit.
Fluent in Japanese helps the industry veteran
New York Times: For creators and stars, now's the perfect time to farewell Schitt's Creek.
Financial Times: Actor on playing pope and why no one should tell audiences what to think.
New York Times: Trump's sidelining of science led to an exodus of expertise.
The Times: Philosophers, politicians and thinkers on what happens next.
New York Times: Duterte vowed to help peasants. Instead, he reinforced grip of landowners.
Financial Times: From cancer cures to robots, the decade promises major developments.
Financial Times: Guide to investment, business revolution you can't afford to ignore.
New York Times: It's Oscar time, which means everything new is old again.
New York Times: The best screenplay categories are rarely judged on the words alone.
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New York Times: Why 7-Eleven's parent company is threatening to pull this franchise.
A look back at key destinations from the last 10 years, and the ones taking off in 2020.
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Financial Times: Politicians, influential businesspeople, sports stars and brave activists
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Financial Times: Viral app facing problems that have plagued other social media platforms.
Financial Times: Trump's national security adviser steps up pressure as UK nears decision.
Times: Ten years on, Gavin & Stacey is back with a Christmas special.
What was happening behind the scenes for the three days after the mosque attacks?
NZ were enjoying their greatest cricket decade . . . until umpire Dick French said no.
Changing face of New Zealand's drinks industry, and how brewing giants are adapting.
Chris Keall's power rankings.
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Financial Times: Victory for Boris Johnson — but can he meet the challenges of government?
Washington Post: Accused of murdering her alleged sex trafficker she faces life in prison.
New York Times: Critics give their choices of the best fiction and non-fiction works.
Steve Bayliss has one of the toughest jobs in marketing.
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The final in our series looking back at the best bits from a year in Travel.
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New York Times: For every Greta Thunberg there's another Gen Z buying cheap clothes.
New York Times: One of the world's biggest spying networks is aimed at regular people.
He speaks in a monotone and is hard to read, but the message was clear enough.
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Financial Times: When it was time to make some money, Giuliani did so with zest.
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Financial Times: Online forums can help or hinder professionals. But utilise with care.
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