A tsunami of uncertainty has engulfed Anna Woydyla, a Polish restaurant worker in London, since Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Policemen on horseback amble among the sunbathers and new metal detectors dot hotel entrances in Tunisia as the North African country seeks to bring back tourists a year after a seaside massacre.
Will Brexit threaten London's long-booming economy?
Stock markets in the energy-rich Gulf states dropped Sunday in the first trading session after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
The British were warned for weeks that a vote to leave the European Union would result in economic pain. Now they'll find out whether it will.
State-owned Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) said Sunday that it is preparing for its most challenging week ahead in providing power supplies, calling for efforts by the public to help reduce electricity use.
With property prices in Britain predicted to plummet post-Brexit, foreign investors, especially in Asia, are already poised for a buying spree.
When 2016 rang in, Divin Lwamba, a street vendor with nine mouths to feed, says he was making up to US$300 a day selling samosas in Lubumbashi's main market.
The governments of Guyana and Brazil will try to tap China's US$10 billion Latin American infrastructure fund to finance a 350-mile jungle highway linking the two South American nations.
TransCanada has formally filed a US$15 billion suit against the U.S. government for blocking its controversial project for an oil pipeline linking Canada with the Gulf of Mexico, legal documents show.