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By Larisa Epatko
An annual assessment of 187 countries released Thursday shows the economies of countries such as Brazil and China continuing to grow, but also improvements in areas such as education and income in more than a dozen developing nations.
President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meet at noon Friday at the White House. The two world leaders are embroiled in their own domestic economic issues, and just days before their visit, North Korea conducted another nuclear test.
Mark Ruiz, a young Filipino social entrepreneur we profiled last year in our Agents for Change series, is about to embark on the next chapter of his Hapinoy project by helping small shopkeepers in his home country adapt to the…
Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng told NewsHour senior correspondent Ray Suarez Wednesday that China's new leaders are more of the same "so I would not expect too much" by way of change.
Will the Chinese economy continue its torrid pace of growth and overtake the U.S.'s top status? Or is it a bubble destined to burst, taking the world economy down with it? Paul Solman interviews a highly-respected China "bull" and a…
In China, Government Corruption Prompts Unexpected Criticism From Policemen…
Spotted: Smartly dressed woman on the arm of North Korea's young leader Kim Jong Un, strolling through an amusement park and attending official events.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
As the world looks to feed a growing population, fish are seen as one solution. But fish farms have a long history of disease, pollution and interfering with the surrounding ecosystem. Marketplace reporter Sam Eaton traveled to Vietnam to look…
How Is the U.S. Supporting Afghan Initiatives?…
Building Relationships With Afghan Counterparts…
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