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Beijing is snapping up investment bargains in struggling European economies. Is that threatening their future security?
Political uncertainty in Athens is triggering turmoil in Europe's nervy markets.
Amid rampant corruption, police can score $300 just for turning down payoffs.
Eco-warrior turned chemist Michael Braungart is trying to kickstart a new industrial revolution.
Thousands of Brazilians are sheltering in a squalid abandoned plastics factory in Alemao favela because they say their rent became too expensive.
The Russian leader's visit this week is highlighting Serbia's east-west dilemma.
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Moscow appears to be slashing gas exports to countries that supply fuel to the war-torn country.
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Facing repression and adversity, the students have demonstrated incredible restraint, hope and creativity.
With the dictator’s disappearance and other odd developments, an unconfirmed report puts Kim Yo Jong in charge.
As the economy is booming for the fortunate, the poor are getting poorer.
The Indonesian province is also now authorized to punish homosexuality with 100 months in jail or 1,000 grams of gold.
A standoff between students protesting for democracy and their opponents turned ugly.
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New leaders at the EU and NATO are facing unprecedented challenges at home and abroad.
Lesson #4: The riot police pullback is actually a dangerous sign.
After days of silence, Chinese media lash out at protesters. Mainlanders, in Hong Kong for the holidays, are shocked.