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April 2017

Was that Trump, Bush or Obama?

in Multimedia articles

LOS ANGELES TIMES – How closely have you been paying attention to President Trump’s first weeks in office? As he nears the 100-day milestone, see how his time in office stacks up to his predecessors. Test your knowledge of the…

35 Years Of American Death

in Data journalism

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT – Researchers have long argued that where we live can help predict how we die. But how much our location affects our health is harder to say, because death certificates, the primary source for mortality data, are…

A desperate escape

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – Rohingya Muslims have been fleeing apartheid-like conditions in northwestern Myanmar for decades. A recent military operation drew allegations of ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and sent a new wave of 75,000 refugees fleeing across the border to…

The places in America most exposed to a trade war

in Data journalism

THE WASHINGTON POST – When President Trump talks trade, it’s often about fighting to get back the jobs the United States has lost. He focuses on sweeping measures, such as rewriting the free-trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, or new…

Chemical attacks

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – The use of chemical weapons is banned under international law and could constitute a war crime. International investigators have concluded that sarin, chlorine and sulphur mustard gas have been used in Syria’s six-year-old conflict, with government forces using…

Cassini moves inside Saturn’s rings

in Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – NASA’s Cassini spacecraft shifted its orbit around Saturn on Saturday, preparing to dive between the planet the hazes of Titan, the ringed planet’s biggest moon. Like a heavy hand, Titan’s gravity will reach out and…

45 years of terrorist attacks in Europe, visualized

in Data journalism

THE WASHINGTON POST – Terrorism across Europe has killed 10,537 people in 18,803 reported attacks – excluding those considered military tactics in war zones – between January 1970 and December 2015. The database tracks more than 150,000 foreign and domestic…

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