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Business & Economy

A day in the life of a Tehran currency trader

As economic woes and political uncertainty drive down the rial's value, monetary speculators are winning the game.

A day in the life of a Tehran currency trader

South Sudan

Amid peace efforts, South Sudan arrests an activist

Peter Biar Ajak was arrested after saying that Kiir and Machar should resign to and allow a new generation to lead.

Amid peace efforts, South Sudan arrests activist Peter Biar Ajak

United Kingdom

Does Labour have an anti-Semitism problem?

Britons speak out about the anti-Semitism storm that has engulfed the UK's main opposition Labour Party.

Does Labour have an anti-Semitism problem?

Sierra Leone

'Every day, I think about my children lost in mudslide'

After last year's disaster, risk management and environmental awareness become the new normal in Sierra Leone.

Sierra Leone marks one year since devastating mudslide

Turkey

Sun, sea and single-sex beaches: Turkey's halal tourism boom

Muslim-friendly resorts witness a surge in business as demand for getaways that comply with Islamic law rises.

Sun, sea and single-sex beaches: Turkey's halal tourism boom

Nicaragua

'This is a revolution': Who are Nicaragua's student protesters?

In Nicaragua, students at the heart of the anti-government protests say they want another revolution.

'This is a revolution': Who are Nicaragua's student protesters?