24-year-old Tunisian Hachem Chaabene works for an internationally known construction company in the southern German city of Augsburg. He's one of many foreigners who came to Germany because there aren't enough jobs in their home countries.
During the construction of Camp Humphreys, the largest US military base on foreign soil, a South Korean conglomerate is reported to have paid nearly $3 million in bribes in order to gain lucrative contracts.
Thousands of foreign tourists are leaving Bali by plane after an airport was reopened. But the Mount Agung volcano continues to rumble.
The Zambian government places attracting foreign investment at the top of its development agenda. Critics say investors are only interested in making profits and not the country's development. Glory Mushinge reports.
German refugee helpers who guaranteed the living costs of Syrian refugees are being forced to pay back costs by job centers. Refugee organizations say people are being punished for showing humanity.
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