A selection of bylines from around the world.
The New Roots agricultural programme provides resettled refugees land, education, and support for a future in farming.
Estonia redefines national security in a digital age
Estonia's ambitious plan to protect the digital identity of its citizens and rewrite international cyber-security law.
European MPs call for Guantanamo reforms
European Parliament delegation visits prison, urges more humane treatment and speedy transfer of cleared detainees.
Switzerland bucks EU youth unemployment trend Country's youth apprenticeship programme is credited with one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe.
'The Troubles' belie Northern Ireland success Northern Ireland wounds from centuries of Catholic-Protestant violence continue to fester and overshadow its successes.
After recession, Greece begins a slow ascent Greece's economy has steadily improved as a result of increased tourism, but critics say that isn't enough.
Europe: Weaning itself off Russian energy Russia's invasion of Crimea has accelerated European efforts to cultivate new sources of energy.
DR Congo faces food insecurity despite aid In war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, aid is not turning into food security - leaving populations close to famine
Obama wades into Palestine-Israel talks President set to sell 'US framework' to Palestinian Authority's Mahmoud Abbas in Washington DC.
Report casts light on US drone programme Human Rights Watch criticises the US drone programme as President Obama emphasises a more cautious approach.
The Fed: New leader, old complaints The US Fed has a new, progressive leader - but worries about its opacity and ties to big banks are likely to persist.
The United States' 'outdated' terror list Critics say the US list of state sponsors of terrorism is obsolete and often arbitrary.
Can a handshake warm US-Cuba ties? Some found Barack Obama's handshake with Raul Castro fraught with meaning, but others claim it lacks substance.
US Congress wary of Iran nuclear deal Agreement to limit enrichment and ease sanctions has stirred up discontentment among members of both major parties.
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Fines, regulations, a new index? What to look for in the coming year.
The ruling on an antitrust lawsuit signals business as usual.
The monsters lurking under investors' beds are very real.
MF Global's Not Over A new settlement offers encouragement for customers, but fails to address other issues.
MF Global execs seem likely to walk away clean, but the story's far from over.
One senator's quest to reduce transparency.
The passed versions leave out key provisions.
In the wake of the Knight Capital flash crash, investors aren't changing their habits. Should they?
Is Investing in Indonesia Worth the Risks? Southeast Asia's largest economy has high levels of consumer confidence, and corruption.
Plagued by corruption and the disapproval of other member states, the Balkan country may have the last laugh.
A new suite of prepaid debit cards takes up where other cards left off.
Funds seek alternative investments amid losses, layoffs and new regulations.
Zipsters' passion and dedication can take the company only so far.
As competition heats up, these chains are doubling down.
Businesses that will win or lose if USPS goes under.
How an aging infrastructure can speed up your returns.
Rumors abound about who can claim it, how it's calculated and whether taking it will result in an IRS audit.
The new requirement is tied to tax credits and penalties, and navigating it could be a challenge for many.
One-way flights make a comeback One-way flights, which offer both savings and flexibility, are making a comeback as more airlines make them available.
And many more...
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