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There are seven developed nations — including Sweden, Norway, and Ireland — where students attend school for free.  Sweden does not charge tuition for both public and private colleges. Norway pays the most for college subsidies, spending 1.3% of its annual GDP. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As the US faces a higher education affordability crisis, students from other developed countries don't pay anything for college.  Of the 36 developed, democratic countries that currently make up the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), seven of them subsidize tuition for public colleges and universities. Read...
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Luke Harding is a journalist and author of "Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win."  Harding spent four years in Moscow as The Guardian's bureau chief and said the FSB broke into his apartment and followed him around the street.  He explains what it was like to live in Moscow under FSB surveillance. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Following is a transcript of the video. Luke Harding: My name is Luke Harding. I'm a journalist and a writer, and my new book is called "Collusion," and it's about Donald Trump and Russia. I know...
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A rare harvest micromoon rises in the night sky this Friday the 13th. The September moon will appear smaller than normal as it reaches its furthest point from Earth. People across North America and Europe have used full moons to track the seasons and months for thousands of years. Here are some of the names they've used for each month's moon. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On the night of Friday, September 13, look to the skies for a rare occurrence: a full harvest micromoon. The micromoon will appear about 14% smaller than a supermoon because it will be at apogee...
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Chinese combat drones are expected to arrive in Europe soon as the Serbian military prepares to take delivery of nine Chengdu Pterodactyl-1 (Wing Loong) combat drones, Stars and Stripes reported Tuesday. The outlet characterized the impending delivery as "Beijing's most significant foray into a continent where armed forces have traditionally relied on US and European weapon-makers." China is a rising star as it builds cheap but effective unmanned combat systems across parts of the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and now Europe. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Chinese combat drones are reportedly headed to Europe for the first time,...
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During a speech in London on Friday, Defense Secretary Mark Esper warned European allies to be cautious in their dealings with China. Warnings about China from US officials are common, but Esper's remarks seemed to suggest Europeans do not fully share US concerns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. LONDON (AP) — US Defense Secretary Mark Esper cautioned European allies against cozying up to China, arguing on Friday that Beijing seeks greater global influence by leveraging economic power and stealing technology. "The more dependent a country becomes on Chinese investment and trade, the more susceptible they are to coercion and...
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Secretary of Defense Mark Esper is asking European allies to "pick up that tab" on US military projects in their countries that are being defunded to pay for President Donald Trump's border wall. "Look, if you're really concerned then maybe you should look to cover those projects for us," Esper said in London Thursday, explaining that some of the $3.6 billion that was diverted had been intended for infrastructure projects in these countries. The Trump administration has been putting pressure on America's European allies to increase their contributions to the alliance. Visit Business Insider's home page for more stories. Secretary of Defense Mark...
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