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Thursday, September 3, 2015
She remains Democrats' best hope -- for now -- to retain the White House, but Hillary Clinton has failed to shake an unremitting email scandal that has dragged down her perceived trustworthiness and upended her campaign.
The man who kick-started Malaysia's ambitious agenda to become fully developed by 2020 is now at loggerheads with the man overseeing the home stretch of that long-term ideal. Amid mass protests on a scale not seen in Kuala Lumpur in years, Mahathir Mohamad, the former but still-influential prime minister, has called for the resignation of Najib Razak from the highest political office over a massive corruption scandal.
The killing of a former Irish Republican Army (IRA) militant has revived fears that the notorious paramilitary group is still operating in secret and has shaken Northern Ireland's fragile power-sharing government.
The man who kick-started Malaysia's ambitious agenda to become fully developed by 2020 is now at loggerheads with the man overseeing the home stretch of that long-term ideal. Amid mass protests on a scale not seen in Kuala Lumpur in years, Mahathir Mohamad, the former but still-influential prime minister, has called for the resignation of Najib Razak from the highest political office over a massive corruption scandal.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
President Xi Jinping's impending state visit to the United States will focus attention on the widening differences between the two countries rather than their common interests despite a slowing economy and other domestic Chinese problems.
The fear that gripped financial markets this month is a stark one: That China's economy might be slipping into a decline that could persist for years.
Less than five months after the last legislative elections, Turks on Nov. 1 will vote again in one of the biggest gambles of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's political career.
South President Park Geun-hye's decision to attend mainland China's military parade this week, commemorating the victory over Japan in World War II, is both puzzling and more than a little unsettling.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Alarming comparisons have been drawn between the recent market turmoil and the meltdown suffered by regional bourses during the Asian financial crisis 18 years ago.
When an assault on a huge blow-up doll makes front page news, you know Brazil's already surreal political crisis is heading into ever wilder territory.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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