This graphic charts the financial losses suffered by victims of Internet crimes in the United States in 2014.
This chart shows US foreign military aid to countries in 2014 (in billion U.S. dollars).
This chart shows the results of people polled on whether European countries should fund a search and rescue operation.
This chart shows responses to violating human rights and founding a "British Bill of Rights" by party affiliation.
This chart illustrates the growth of advertising spending in hispanic targeted media since 2010.
This chart shows the percentage of the British public liking/disliking the following as a person, regardless of political views.
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