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Kavin Bharti Mittal, founder and CEO of Hike, explains the complexities of doing business in India.
Andy Scholes takes a look at the games to watch on college football's opening weekend.
CNN's Rene Marsh reports that the TSA is not changing its terror threat posture after the UK raised its own.
From her home country to the runways of London, Lilly Alfonso creates garments with a uniquely African flavor.
African Voices meets the Malawian designer as she prepares for a fashion show in Nigeria.
Officials found the dead body of an F-15 pilot that crashed along the border of Virginia and West Virginia.
Malawian fashion designer on the role of religion in her life and reaching the next generation of fashionistas.
CNN's Don Riddell finds out how match-fixers climb to the top of their criminal organizations.
Marc Marquez, MotoGP world champion, talks about his future, his fears and his brother.
CNN's India Bureau Chief Ravi Agrawal explains why India's growth rate has ticked up.
The UK government raised its terror threat level from substantial to severe in response to events in Iraq and Syria.
Ilya Ponomarev, a member of the Russian State Duma, is the only one to vote against the annexation of Crimea.
Russia's foreign minister denies accusations that Russian troops crossed into Ukraine, despite NATO images.
Christiane Amanpour interviews the newly appointed leader of the Free Syrian Army who talks about the struggle with ISIS.
John Defterios looks at how oil exports fuels the terror organization's growth.
Spokesman Josh Earnest clarifies Obama's remark that "we don't have a strategy yet" on the fight against ISIS.
John Defterios looks at the country's economic future after Erdogan's move from prime minister to president.
Taking Instagram's new time-lapse app for a spin through the streets of New York City.
A volcano erupts in Papua New Guinea, blasting ash tens of thousands of feet into the sky. CNN's Mari Ramos explains.
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