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Chinese society is on the verge of a structural transformation even more profound than the long and painful project of economic rebalancing, which the Communist Party is anxiously beginning to undertake.
More than six years have passed since Austin Tice disappeared near Damascus while covering the Syrian civil war. His parents have not given up looking for him.
The European Commission is reportedly willing to accept an Italian budget deficit of 1.95 percent of its gross domestic product, La Repubblica reported Dec. 11.
La Repubblica published anecdotal evidence on Nov. 7 indicating that Italian savers are increasingly moving their money out of the country and transferring funds into Swiss and Austrian bank accounts.
The Turkish president has set a troubling course toward a future for his country that in many ways may already be here.
After two years in Turkish captivity, Andrew Brunson is going free. His release removes one bone of contention in the topsy-turvy relations between Washington and Ankara.
For thousands of years, the world did perfectly well without academically free universities. Despite the success of the modern university, an increasing number of people seem to think it can do so again.
Tepito and other adjacent areas of Mexico City have experienced a significant increase in homicides in 2018 as drug gangs battle for supremacy.