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Iran and Israel draw closer to war than ever

Oren Liebermann Jerusalem—On a January weekend in 2015, an Israeli missile streaked across the country’s northern border into Syria. Among seven people killed were Jihad Mughniyeh, the son of one of Hezbollah’s founders, and a senior commander from Iran’s Revolutionary ...

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Who should hold the keys to our data?

The Observer’s Facebook revelations reignited debates about ownership of our details. But while we seek privacy in parts of our digital life, open data elsewhere could be a force for good by Nigel Shadbolt and Roger Hampson Nigel Shadbolt and ...

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