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Global Scan

An ancient lost Mayan city reappears in Mexico

The Mayan civilization thrived more than a thousand years ago. Many of its cities simply disappeared as jungle overtook them. One of them was found decades ago and then lost again, until now. We also report on why women may be bearing the brunt of Ebola's attack in West Africa, and how Syrian cyber-warriors are using viral clickbait to trap enemies of the Syrian regime. All that and more, in today's Global Scan.

Global Scan

Germany goes a bit greener — as in marijuana green

Germany opened the door to legal medical marijuana in 2008, but only a crack. Now, a German court has kicked the door a bit wider, by allowing some patients to grow their own pot. Meanwhile, Hamas is having trouble getting is old ally Hezbollah to help in its conflict with Israel. And most Brits say no to their government's new porn filter, in today's Global Scan.

Arts, Culture & Media

An amazing collection of stolen German art may go back to the man who has been hiding it for decades

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German prosecutors are trying to sort out what to do with a 1,400-piece collection of mostly Nazi looted art that was discovered two years ago. The investigation is proving to be a challenge. Competing claims on some works have surfaced and Germany's 30-year statute of limitations on stolen art has expired. German officials have now announced they'll return most of the art.

Global Politics

German economy surges

There may be nervous chatter about a 'double-dip recession.' But Europe's largest economy doesn't seem to be paying attention. Germany posted strong growth from April to June. Jason Margolis tells us what the news in Germany means for Americans.

Conflict & Justice

Germany ends mandatory army service

Anchor Katy Clark speaks with reporter Peter Craven with Deutsche Welle television in Berlin, about the change in Germany from a conscript army to an all-volunteer force. Today Germany's last group of conscripts start their six month military service.