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Afghans Fleeing Home Are Filling the Lowliest Jobs in Istanbul

Work dried up in 2014 as the United States began winding down its involvement in Afghanistan and transferring responsibility for…

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Why an Estimated 100,000 Americans Abroad Face Passport Problems

Yona Shemesh, 24, was born in Los Angeles, but he moved to Israel with his family at age 9. In…

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Analysis | Facebook’s battle with errant world leaders has only just begun

Some critics of the board, including members of the Real Facebook Oversight Board and others, feel like its punt was…

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Asian stocks mostly higher on hopes for pandemic recovery

TOKYO — Asian shares were mostly higher Thursday on cautious optimism that upcoming company earnings reports will reflect a gradual…

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South Korea raids activist’s office over anti-North leaflets

SEOUL, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF — South Korean police on Thursday raided the office of an activist who said he had…

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Analysis | Why Even With Vaccines, Covid Will Always Be With Us

There’s good real-world evidence from Israel, the U.K., U.S. and Qatar that vaccines will be highly effective at preventing recipients…

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Bitcoin hammer blow as JPMorgan analysts back rival crypto to ‘outperform BTC’

Bill Gates discusses Bitcoin in 2018 Last year, Ethereum (ETH) crashed below $100 (£72) in spectacular style having reached a…

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Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling could ‘rally higher’ this week with busy day ahead

Although today is a busy day within the financial calendar, an expert warned that this does not mean that investors…

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Michael Schumacher health update: Where is Michael Schumacher now? Can he walk?

Michael Schumacher says he ‘never felt good enough’ in 2013 Michael Schumacher, despite years of inactivity, remains one of the…

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COVID in India: Further waves ‘inevitable,’ top scientist warns | DW | 06.05.2021

India’s top scientific adviser has warned that the country would inevitably face further waves of the coronavirus, as India struggled…

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