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Fact checking debate

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THE WASHINGTON POST – The true, the false and everything in between. In this awesome project by the Washington Post everything is checked! Visit the website

Who Will Be President?

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – The New York Times’ elections model suggests that Hillary Clinton is favored to win the presidency, based on the latest state and national polls. A victory by Mr. Trump remains possible: Mrs. Clinton’s chance of…

Fun fair interactive: comparing the theme parks

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SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST – As Macau’s decade-long gambling boom retreats, Galaxy Macau is taking a punt on the theme park sector. The Pearl River Delta, currently home to eight of the Asia-Pacific region’s top 20 theme parks, offers plenty…

Clinton and Trump’s demographic tug of war

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THE WASHINGTON POST – The presidential contest is often compared to a horse race, with the candidates fighting to finish in first place on Election Day. We offer a bit of a different metaphor here. The campaign is also a…

Comparing form of terrorism

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Since the beginning of 2015, the Middle East, Africa and Asia have seen nearly 50 times more deaths from terrorism than Europe and the Americas. This incredible collection of data about the difference between form of…

Every shot Kobe Bryant ever took

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LOS ANGELES TIMES – Kobe Bryant’s 30,699th and final field goal came from 19 feet with 31 seconds left against the Utah Jazz. During his 20 years with the Lakers, he fired up more than 30,000 shots, including the regular…

Bolts from the blue

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SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST – When stormy weather comes to Hong Kong, sparks fly. The open ocean air that surrounds the city, and its location along the turbulent South China Sea, can make lightning here a dramatic affair. With data…

The ungoverned world

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BLOOMBERG – The violence and chaos inside Syria, where Islamic State terrorists and other rebel groups control large portions of the country, is so dire that millions of people have fled and the U.N. has stopped trying to keep count…

Where is the riskiest place to live?

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THE GUARDIAN – The world risk index reveals which countries are most at risk from rising sea levels and the increasing frequency of floods, droughts and storms Visit the website

Premier League: transfer window summer 2016

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THE GUARDIAN – A look at how the 20 clubs have done in this transfer window – and the two previous summer ones. Light blue indicates a player signed and dark blue a player sold. Hover over the circles for…

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