Asia-Pacific gaming industry undergoing a transformative shift

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Emigration: The hidden catalyst behind radical right’s rise in Europe

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Why the future of democracy could depend on your group chats

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UK and US elections: two very different systems united by a common political language

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How the ‘probability revolution’ fueled the casino gambling craze in the 18th century

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Pets give companionship, cuddles, joy – and unavoidable stresses

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Artists created images of Christ focused on reflecting different communities

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Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at 200: A revolutionary work of art

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High interest rates aren’t going away anytime soon

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Tiny crystals capture millions of years of mountain range history – the Himalayas

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Where did Christian beliefs about Jesus’ resurrection come from?

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New studies suggest millions with mild cognitive impairment go undiagnosed

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Can witches fly? Unpacking the medieval invention

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Wealthier, urban Americans have access to more local news – while half of US counties have only one outlet

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Candidates’ aging brains are factors in US presidential race

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It’s the Year of the Dragon − associated with good fortune, wisdom and success

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Urban agriculture best practices can transform gardens, city-farms

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Teens on social media need both protection and privacy – AI could help get the balance right

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From besting Tetris AI to epic speedruns – inside gaming’s most thrilling feats

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