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The Economist

Annotations of Life by The Economist

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The Week Explained Play

Every Friday, our correspondents explain three of the stories that made the news in the preceding week
  • The week explained: April 18th 2014

    A report on climate change, Silvio Berlusconi's community-service sentence and European banking rules were three big stories that made the news this week. Our correspondents explain. For more video...
  • The week explained: April 11th 2014

    Pro-Russia demonstrations in eastern Ukraine, Greece's return to the bond market and Hungary's election were three big stories that made the news this week. Our correspondents explain. For more vid...
  • The week explained: April 4th 2014

    A Supreme-Court ruling in America, Turkey's elections and a government reshuffle in France are three important stories that made the news this week. Our correspondents explain. For more video conte...
  • The week explained: March 21st 2014

    Russia's annexation of Crimea, Janet Yellen's first message from the Fed and George Osborne's new budget for Britain are three important stories that made the news this week. Our correspondents exp...
  • The week explained: March 14th 2014

    Libya's prime minister is dismissed, China's economy may be slowing and Britain's Labour Party says no to an EU referendum. We explain three of this week's important news stories. For more video co...
  • The week explained: March 7th 2014

    Crimea announcing a secession referendum, a deadly knife attack in China and India setting an election date are three important stories that made the news this week. Our correspondents explain. For...

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