1. On the fifth anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, political strife is still the greatest obstacle to recovery.
By Jacqueline Charles in the Miami Herald
2. The U.S. uses economic sanctions because they don’t require a global coalition to work. But they may inflict damage beyond the intended target.
By Paul Richter in the Los Angeles Times
3. With deepening partisanship becoming the norm, don’t look to the states for new ideas.
By Aaron Chatterji in the New York Times
4. Juries could use virtual reality headsets to ‘visit’ crime scenes.
By Jessica Hamzelou in New Scientist
5. A new waterproof solar lantern is helping reduce deaths from burning fuel indoors for the world’s 1.2 billion living without electric light.
By Michael Zelenko in the Verge
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