Shrinking populations in Eastern European and Central Asian cities bring opportunities along with risks, a new study finds.
Threatened with legal action -- and promised a pay rise -- ArcelorMittal workers end the country’s longest strike in years.
The specimen was so bizarre that scientists at first thought the fossil was a fake.
Gas-rich Central Asian country reportedly falling deeper into debt to China as its economic woes show no sign of easing.
Government badly needs funds for a huge hydropower project it hopes will end the misery of winter blackouts.
The popular ex-mufti insists that polygamy is tradition, sparking a debate on the role of Islam in the officially secular state.
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