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The insular kingdom wants to bring in more foreign direct investment, but opening up its tourism sector will require it to grapple with its reputation, regional competitors and infrastructure shortfalls.
After U.S., Dutch and U.K. security officials announce the arrests and indictments of several Russian agents, open source investigators dig up the true identities of some of them, as well as information embarrassing to the intelligence agency.
Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund announced Sept. 26 plans for a luxury tourist destination on the Red Sea, Bloomberg reported.
Far from the headlines, there's a new struggle to win diplomatic friends and influence people, as the United States and China pull out all the stops to woo Latin American countries on questions like Israel and Taiwan.
The Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion is responsible for much of the violence plaguing Mexico, but removing its leader is unlikely to give the country the respite it needs.
When visiting potentially hostile regions, leave the bright clothes, the high-end electronics and the loud mouth at home -- and fade into the crowd.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would call for early elections if the country's lawmakers failed to pass a bill that would strip ultra-Orthodox citizens of their exemptions from military service, Haaretz reported Aug. 13.
Workplace violence and customer grievances remain a far more pervasive threat to corporate America and the general public.