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Tunisia’s elections will show whether it’s still the model country of the Arab Spring

Tomorrow, Tunisians will hit the polls to vote in their second free legislative elections since the 2011 revolution–and their first since passing a new constitution in January.

NASA has a new SoundCloud page and these are the best clips

For phonophiliacs out there, NASA recently launched its own SoundCloud page, filled with fantastic sounds and historic snippets from the US space agency’s 56-year history.

Real Madrid vs. Barcelona is the $1 billion game everyone has been waiting for

When Barcelona faces Real Madrid later on Saturday, it will not only be the biggest soccer match happening anywhere in the world (sorry, Seattle Sounders vs.

Photos: The ridiculous mansion that Ukraine’s president abandoned and is now a museum

Editor’s note: When the revolutionaries of the Maidan, Kyiv’s central square, toppled president Viktor Yanukovych in February, he fled the country, leaving behind a 140-hectare (330-acre) estate, Mezhyhirya (or Mezhgorye in Russian), complete with a zoo, a vast mansion, several guesthouses, lakes, fountains, a dock with a faux Spanish galleon, a large collection of classic cars, and more besides.

A glossary of Ebola contact types

Since Ebola made landfall in the US in September, officials at the US Centers of Disease Control and their counterparts at the state and local levels have campaigned to educate the public about how the virus can—and can’t—move from person to person.

This is how the media turned an Iranian into an Indian

President Barack Obama’s appointment of Azita Raji as the next US ambassador to Sweden has led to a tug-of-war.

Quartz Weekend Brief—Brazil’s election, SpaceX grows up, the breakdown of Liberia, the dental divide

Good morning, Quartz readers! While much of the world’s attention has been focused on other matters—Ebola, the Middle East, or the collapse of world oil prices—one of the most exciting presidential elections in decades has been unfolding in Brazil.

Here’s how many houses you can buy in other cities for the price of one in Silicon Valley

When the owner of a crumbling, uninhabitable house in a flood zone is asking for a cool $1.8 million, you know the market is hot.

A glimpse at how technology might cut the hassles and bring back the romance of snail mail

If you live in a magical land where owls deliver your letters and packages, forgetting the address of your mail’s recipients or not having stamps is OK.

The most affordable city in the world for young people is … Paris?

For young people, the lure of living in Paris goes well beyond its legendary cafes and cultural offerings.

Here are photos and an interview with Dr. Craig Spencer before he became New York City’s first Ebola case

Before he was diagnosed with the first case of Ebola in New York City, before his life was subject to public scrutiny, Dr.

Who needs Lindsay Lohan? Look who’s endorsing Aécio Neves now

This Sunday, Brazilians will vote in a runoff election for their next president, deciding whether to keep the incumbent, Dilma Rousseff, or replace with her with the more business-friendly challenger, Aécio Neves.

Procter & Gamble is acknowledging the death of the single-use battery

Earlier this year, Procter & Gamble announced that it planned to get rid of as many as 100 brands in an effort to slim down the company.

This is what Ebola is doing to West African economies

Before Ebola broke out in parts of the West African sub-region, the Adjamé market in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire held its reputation as the biggest commercial hub for traders.

How the tax wizard of Luxembourg made corporate burdens disappear

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the world’s financial epicenters, because it follows the business model adopted by many small countries: Create tax structures that allow multinational companies to avoid onerous levies applied in wealthier countries.

Pandora needs to get its mojo back, and quickly

By any objective measure Pandora Media’s earnings this week looked pretty solid. Revenue was up 44% from a a year earlier, stronger than analysts had anticipated; the company’s financial loss narrowed; and it even upgraded its outlook for the full fiscal year.

Here’s what Frank Gehry thinks of the rest of you architects

Respuesta de Frank Gehry a la primera pregunta de los periodistas en Oviedo #PremiosPrincipe — Inés Martín Rodrigo (@imartinrodrigo) October 23, 2014 “Let me tell you one thing.

Where bribery works, charted

From the corruption charges that have swirled around Brazil’s national oil company during the lead-up to this year’s presidential election, you might think the home of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is a beehive of bribery.

This is the roadmap for closing a nuclear deal with Iran

Hopeful officials in the Obama administration are circulating (paywall) a description of a potential nuclear deal with Iran, suggesting a chance of success after 11 years of talks in one form or another.

Here is the Queen’s first tweet

Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom sent out her first tweet from the British Monarchy’s official Twitter account today, fittingly promoting the London Science Museum’s new Information Age exhibit.