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The Syrian refugee crisis

The United Nations reported some startling numbers on Thursday. More than four million people have fled Syria since its 2011 civil war began, the largest

Cuba’s business opportunities

U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuba President Raul Castro made it official on Wednesday. They announced plans to re-establish diplomatic relations, 54 years after sanctions

Greece’s debt crisis: What we know now

The European Union is on the brink of a crisis in Greece, after talks between EU officials, the International Monetary Fund and Greece fell through

Journalism training at the Canadian Association of Journalists 2015 conference

6 tips for covering business in Canada

Earlier this month, the Reynolds Center hosted a workshop on finding and following the money at the Canadian Association of Journalists 2015 conference. Christopher Waddell,

Silk Road mastermind gets life in prison

The man behind the online black marketplace Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole, Wired reported. The judge also

Mexico’s auto manufacturing muscle

In just a week, Mexico’s automotive industry received more than $3 billion worth of good news. Ford confirmed Friday that it will invest $2.5 billion for new

Miami vies for flights to Asia

Miami International Airport has always been thought of as a gateway to Central and South America. But it is stepping up its efforts to bring

A new bridge between U.S., Canada

For years, officials in Canada and the United States have wanted to build a new bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, a strategically important border


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