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In this week's edition:
• The majority of northern Mali has been taken back from jihadist fighters, but many refugees believe the retreat of the rebels is only temporary. By Luke Harding. Read the article here
• Be it lip-synching or doping, deception abounds. The danger is that we'll soon stop feeling outraged over this erosion in trust. By Gary Younge. Read the article here
• Lethal drug-resistant organisms mean the threat from superbugs must be listed on the register of civil emergencies, says the UK's chief medical officer. By Ian Sample. Read the article here
• The best art by ice-age homo sapiens are masterpieces that took hundreds of hours to produce. By Charlotte Higgins. Read the article here
• Steven Spielberg has crafted a literate, heartfelt film about Abraham Lincoln's second term in office, and his battle to end slavery. By Peter Bradshaw. Read the article here
The audiobook review celebrates Jane Austen's best-loved character, Elizabeth Bennet, and investigates the inside story of her creator with Paula Byrne's The Real Jane Austen.
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