World and Press - April 2 2019

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  • Nuclear weapons: New reasons to worry about a nuclear arms race (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Social media: Deactivating Facebook leaves people less informed but happier  (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Health: Unvaccinated teens are trying to get shots on their own
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  • New Zealand: After massacre, the soul-searching begins  (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Opinion: Houston’s police chief knows what’s needed on guns (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Nuclear weapons: New reasons to worry about a nuclear arms race (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Social media: Deactivating Facebook leaves people less informed but happier  (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Trends: Busy Americans rise early so they can slow down
  • Health: Unvaccinated teens are trying to get shots on their own
  • Social media: Instagram urged to crack down on eating disorder images
  • Survey: Orkney rated Britain’s best place to live in terms of quality of life
  • Islamic State: A British teen wants to return to Britain
  • Canada: Who knew Ontario speaks French?
  • Australia: Indigenous Australians starting their own businesses
  • Working day: Five-hour day is the future, says German tech firm
  • Jobs: Vanishing jobs the Labor Department can’t track anymore
  • India: Fashion industry’s exploitation of female home workers
  • Food: Why some aren’t bugged by adding insects to diets
  • Populism: Is its rise good or bad for democracy?
  • Climate: Spanish conquest of South America had far-reaching climatic effects
  • Art: Africa to play ‘for all eternity’ in Namib desert