England's youth are half as likely to embrace vices than they were a decade ago
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Handing over the helicopter rescue service to a US company is a bad idea – just ask Prince William
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A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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