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Vintage photos capture the passion and restlessness of East Germany's youth

July 7, 2020

A series of stunning images shines a light on photography from the GDR in the last decade before the fall of the Berlin Wall.

India's TikTok influencers respond to government ban

June 30, 2020

India's TikTok influencers are urging their fans to follow them on other social media platforms after the government announced a ban on the popular video-sharing app.

Chinese coffee company Luckin will be delisted after defrauding investors

June 26, 2020

China's Luckin Coffee had hopes of being as successful with American investors as its rival Starbucks. But following an accounting scandal, Luckin is now heading to Wall Street's graveyard.

The US is gripped by 'a pandemic of grief.' These CNN Heroes are helping people navigate it

June 26, 2020

As the world responds to Covid-19 and the fight against injustice, CNN Heroes Annette March-Grier and Mary Robinson are helping people manage their feelings of grief and loss.

Mastercard and Visa reportedly reconsidering their relationship with Wirecard following accounting scandal

June 25, 2020

Mastercard and Visa are reconsidering whether to allow Wirecard to continue processing payments on their networks, following the fintech company's massive accounting scandal, according to a report from Bloomberg Thursday.

Photographer subverts Singapore's 'sterile' reputation by capturing dream-like images of the city-state

June 25, 2020

Photographer Nguan reimagines the city-state as a land of surreal beauty and fairy-tale colors.

'Gods in Color' returns antiquities to their original, colorful grandeur

June 25, 2020

Artists in classical cultures were known to paint with a variety of hues -- a practice known as polychromy. So why do we always think of antiquities as colorless?

Olympus is getting out of the camera business

June 24, 2020

Olympus is getting out of its 84-year-old camera business.

'We simply don't have any money.' Lufthansa shareholders approve $10 billion bailout

June 24, 2020

Lufthansa shareholders voted overwhelmingly in favor of a $10 billion bailout from the German government on Thursday, following a tense week in which the global airline's biggest single stock owner threatened to block the deal.

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