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China has successfully tested a homemade laser defense system specifically targeting small-scale drones flying at low altitude.
If there’s one thing the president of South America’s top oil exporter doesn't need, it’s plunging crude prices.
Shopkeepers dispense needles as small change. Addicts prefer them to dirty, worn bills.
Project Mausam is Prime Minister Modi’s answer to China’s charm offensive.
Will it be enough to put hundreds of millions of young people to work?
Polls gave Rousseff between a 4- and 6-percent lead over her rival, though the election remained too close to call.
Aecio Neves asked Dilma Rousseff about a report claiming she "knew everything" about corruption scheme at state oil giant Petrobras.
Drones are used for killing, but many are also making the world a better place.
Despite the ovations, Jokowi's challenges are as massive as his public appeal.
Analysis: Millennials will not be the only ones suffering the consequences if we let youth unemployment rates soar unabated.
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.