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In Miami as elsewhere, a house-price boom and a housing crisis could happen at the same time
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Floating wind turbines could rise to great heights
But the taller they get, the harder they will be to repair
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Texas’s new proposal shows why abortion law is a mess in America
The US combines some of the most libertarian abortion laws with some of the most restrictive practices
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Why has China’s president, Xi Jinping,visited Tibet?
The timing and initial silence about it in the Chinese press suggest unease about the legitimacy of Chinese rule there
Boris Johnson marks his second anniversary in Number 10
It has been a period of extraordinary turmoil
Mixed-race athletes reflect broader developments in Japanese society
Their country’s diversity is becoming harder to ignore
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What climate change will mean
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