- Forget the “Fragile Five”: the list of countries exposed as central banks tighten monetary policy is longer than the moniker suggests.
- A German man, estranged from his father, may still face a €9,000 bill for the father’s care costs in a legal case that has sparked debate across a nation obsessed with its ageing population and how to pay for its welfare.
- Businesses in Germany worry about the impact of introducing a minimum wage.
- In Sudan, economic problems and fears for South Sudan are destabilising Omar al-Bashir’s rule.
- Sébastien Valiela discusses how he managed to get the infamous photographs of François Hollande .
- The New York Times documents how a young woman was lured to North Dakota from the west coast by a job in the oil industry, only to find a land dominated by men, lower pay than expected and a high cost of living.
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