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Not everyone's afraid of volatility
The ex-envoy had been due to go on trial in a Vatican tribunal on July 11, but he was hospitalized on the morning of the hearing
On August 29, 1991, the Soviet Parliament suspended the activities of the Communist Party. But when LIFE photographer Margaret Bourke-White visited the country in 1930, she found an empire on the rise.
Photographer Kevin Frayer takes us behind the scenes of China’s next box office hits
The crammed boat had over 400 passengers
Foreign service businesses are "pessimistic about the regulatory environment"
A journalist and two officials from the country's securities regulatory body are also being questioned
Some two million Muslim pilgrims are due to arrive next month for the annual Hajj pilgrimage
The diamond industry is still tainted by conflict, but it's possible to buy a jewel that helps people—instead of hurting them
It's been 15 years since the global crackdown. But the industry is still tainted by conflict and misery
The dangerous rise of Kremlin hard-liners
Two photographers look at the Kurds' growing sense of transnational identity as they wage a war against the Islamic State
Analysts said there are probably more roller-coaster days ahead
The armed forces have been called in to restore order
Tropical storm warnings were issued for Puerto Rico, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and the Leeward Islands
"I thought to myself, everyone on this train is going to die"
Nicola Sturgeon popped the question on the man's behalf
Jeremy Corbyn says it could help prevent harassment
Hardik Patel has taken Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state by storm
El-Khazzani was tackled and tied up by at least five passengers