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King Felipe VI of Spain has strengthened the standing of Spain's monarchy in his first year as king, surprising the country by squaring up to scandal -- but its future remains uncertain as a fresh political generation comes of age.
2015/6/17
Greece is a cow slipping on ice that must be pushed to firm ground, says European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker, employing a rustic metaphor for painful days of trying to save headstrong Athens from default and catastrophe.
2015/6/16
Denmark's anti-immigration DPP party is expected to post a record score in Thursday's general election, which has been marked by debate over the place of foreigners in Danish society.
2015/6/16
The hacking of millions of U.S. government employees is likely part of an effort by People's Republic of China (PRC) intelligence for long-term profiling -- and possibly more nefarious things.
2015/6/14
Despite growing pressure to address the tragedy of African migrants drowning in the Mediterranean, the African Union is unlikely to offer any home-grown solutions to the crisis, say analysts.
2015/6/14
The marathon effort to forge a world pact on climate change now hinges on what happens outside the U.N. arena in the coming months, analysts said after another faltering negotiation round.
2015/6/14
The jailing of China's former security chief Zhou Yongkang marks the highest point of a corruption crackdown pushed by Xi Jinping, but efforts appear to be slowing with analysts citing opposition from officials.
2015/6/13
With just a few thousand dollars and an Internet-powered grassroots campaign, a 25-year-old Mexican of Japanese ancestry tapped into discontent with corruption-plagued political parties to make history in midterm elections.
2015/6/11
OPEC's announcement that it is keeping crude output levels unchanged again, despite a collapse in oil prices, reflects the growing influence of booming U.S. shale but analysts say the cartel is still the dominant player.
2015/6/9
A new ruling by a U.S. judge has increased the total Argentina owes holdout bondholders to US$5.2 billion -- a massive responsibility that if upheld likely will fall to the next government, experts said.
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