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Turkey and the West Part Ways on ‘Charlie Hebdo’

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For Venezuelans, the Fall in Oil Prices Is Personal

It doesn't matter if you're a housekeeper, a repairman, or a restaurant owner: If you're Venezuelan, you're feeling the pain.

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Why Turkey’s Mother of All Corruption Scandals Refuses to Go Away

One year after the start of the biggest corruption scandal in modern history, Turkey's political elite is sweeping it all under the rug.

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Cuba's Christmas Surprise for Caracas

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