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Bran community cashes in on vampire legend | Money Talks

Vampires are big business, especially for the film industry. But it all started in a small village in Romania, where Bram Stoker located his character Dracula, in 1897. Laurentiu Colintineanu reports from Bran, in Transylvania, on a community that keeps its vampire legend close to the heart of its economy.

Dracula Industry: Community hopes vampire tale draws in tourists

Dracula Industry: Community hopes vampire tale draws in tourists

Remembering James Joyce | Literature | Showcase

Remembering James Joyce | Literature | Showcase

Romania Economy: Activists bring electricity to poor households

Romania Economy: Activists bring electricity to poor households

NewsFeed: Women’s Day, Fyre Festival founder pleads guilty, South Africa’s gun culture

NewsFeed: Women’s Day, Fyre Festival founder pleads guilty, South Africa’s gun culture

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank  | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion  | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

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