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Let's ask what's really happening in China's economy. China devalued its currency last week.

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A few weeks ago an American Jewish journalist received a visa to report from Iran. That by itself was not unusual.

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Alarmed at the flow of migrants coming in through Greece, the tiny European nation of Macedonia declared a state of emergency Thursday. It has begun deploying riot police in armored vehicles and calling in the military.

The Associated Press reports Macedonian officials have blocked thousands of migrants from entering and left them stranded in an open field being described as a "no-man's land" near the Greek border.

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After not quite seven months in office Greece's prime minister has resigned.

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A quick language lesson - here's how you say who won the game in Turkish.

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