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Money Keeps Moving Toward Somalia, Sometimes In Suitcases

Some financial companies in the U.S. resort to carrying cash on airplanes to keep remittances flowing to needy Somalis.

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Is a Strong Ruble Enough to Save Russia's Faltering Economy?

Russia’s currency had a record-breaking April, but good news for the broader Russian economy will be harder to find.

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No Deal in Sight for Greece

As Athens blows through another deadline, a compromise agreement with the country’s European creditors looks further away than ever.

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11 Greek Puns and Portmanteaus of Tomorrow, Today!

Get ready for the Gremageddon, the Grexodus, and the Grepidemic.

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A Red Bull (Market) Doesn’t Give You Wings

As China’s economic numbers get worse and worse, why does its stock market keep climbing?

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Are Kenya's Efforts to Prevent Another Terrorist Attack Helping or Hurting?

Nairobi’s widespread crackdown after the Garissa university massacre sparks concern that it will cause even more suffering.

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Ruble on the Rebound

Russia’s currency has strengthened more than any other this year. What does that mean for the West’s plan to pressure Moscow out of Ukraine?

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Playing the Putin Card

What’s behind the Greek prime minister’s dalliance with Moscow?

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