Experts say that China's economic slowdown and currency devaluation may actually spur investment in overseas property, as investors seek more stable environments.
China’s economy is decelerating at a pace faster than previously thought, raising questions about the government’s ability to prop up its economy.
As U.S. and Cuban officials chart the waters of a revived relationship, some Cuban dissidents are drawing up ambitious, large-scale plans to push for new civil rights — with or without American help.
The world’s youngest nation, South Sudan, is on the verge of declaring a a famine — fueled almost entirely by man, not nature.
Germany is expecting between 240,000 and 460,000 refugees in the coming year, which will translate to a heavy additional burden on Germany's social spending.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is looking to China for help reviving his country's sinking economy, but Beijing is grappling with its own economic setbacks.
Official figures on China’s manufacturing output have confirmed the continuing slowdown in the nation’s economic growth, prompting further falls on Asian stock markets.
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