Preservationists and other Iraqis are battling over whether to tear down Saddam Hussein's old monuments or preserve them for history's sake.
The minimum retirement age in France will likely rise to the ripe age of 62 very soon. Labor unions are now scrambling to figure out new ways to help France's pensioners.
Voters have seen fear mongering and political wrangling over the issue of job losses to China in the current election.
Linking unemployment to illegal immigration is popular in this year's election campaigns, but economists say take a closer look.
Mithly, a new online magazine from Morocco, is seeking to redefine what it means to be a gay Arab man.
The rapid spread of rabies throughout the island of Bali led Indonesian authorities to take drastic measures, and made animal-rights activists cry foul.
Iraq's capital needs about 1 million homes, but construction investors are hard to find.
The acai fruit from the Amazon is billed as a miracle food that can cure cancer and help people lose weight. Brazilians know better.
British Parliament has taken a different route to solving the budget crisis in the UK. Instead of deficit spending, they will cut government services, but the consequences are large...
British scientist Robert Edwards won a Nobel Prize for helping develop in-vitro fertilization. Now, scientists are bringing the technology to the developing world.