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- Evidence of Harm, Part 1: Investors Flee the Capital Markets Forever, Ending Their Hopes and Dreams (Scholarly Financial Planner) A case study, not a large data sample review, but very informative, nonetheless.
- Note to Flies: Avoid Fuzzy Socks (Rachael Sargeant, Adirondack Almanack) A fascinating little essay on the dynamics of spider webs and the diet of spiders.
- Articles about wars around the world:
A War of Choice in Gaza (The New York Times)
Somalia Suicide Car Bombing Kills at Least 12 (The Wall Street Journal)
Libya accuses Sudan of arming rebels (Al Jazeera)
Why Do People Join ISIS? The Psychology Of A Terrorist (Erin Banco, International Business Times)
Arab League chief: Confront Islamic State group (Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press, MSN News)
US, Sunni Nations Closer To Coalition And Strategy To Fight ISIS (Erin Banco, International Business Times)
EU to unveil Russia sanctions as Ukraine truce teeters (AFP, MSN News)
Obama Says US Ready To Pass More Sanctions On Russia’s Energy and Defense Sectors For Involvement In Ukraine (Erin Banco, International Business Times)
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