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The plunging ruble, driven by sanctions and dropping oil prices, is reawakening fears of the kind of financial crises Russian President Vladimir Putin has sought to put behind his country.
The economic boost from falling global oil prices is being blunted in Asia, where governments use it to boost state coffers instead of passing savings on to consumers.
Canada on Tuesday unveiled elements of a proposal to attract wealthy immigrants, provided they invest in venture-capital funds that back domestic startups.
Large parts of central Sydney were in lockdown Monday after at least one gunman took hostages in a cafe and placed an Islamic flag in the window, sparking concerns a terrorist attack was under way. So far, three people have safely exited the cafe.
A delicate truce between law-enforcement agencies and the local Muslim community since an Australian antiterror crackdown was tested in Monday’s siege.
Stocks throughout Asia weakened, as worries about a suspected terrorist attack in Australia added to pressure from declining oil prices, and slower growth in the region kept investors at bay.
Japanese voters began selecting a new parliament on Sunday in an election seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies, known as Abenomics.
A suicide bomber targeted an Afghan army bus in Kabul, one of several assaults across the country that killed at least 20 people.
The number of fatalities from a landslide in Central Java increased to 17 and around 91 villagers remain missing.
The wrangling over a $1.1 trillion spending bill is the first test of how political forces unleashed by the midterm elections and impending 2016 campaigns will influence governing in Washington.