During the ongoing economic catastrophe in Greece, anti-immigrant anger is on the rise.
In anticipation of the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016, Brazilian police are making armed raids into the famous favelas or slums of Rio de Janeiro.
The Spanish olive oil industry is being damaged by cheap costs to consumers.
A traditional legal code called the kanun fuels persistent blood feuds in Albania. Some are trying to end the bloody tradition.
Iranian officials now forbid men from wear necklaces, adding to bans on hairstyles and tight clothing.
President Dimitri Medvedev and Former President, current Prime Minister Vladimir Putin are distinguishing themselves in anticipation of next year's Presidential election.
The SETI Institute in California is dedicated to searching the skies for extraterrestrial intelligence. It's also facing a budget crisis.
A controversial bill in Uganda that that called for the death penalty for homosexuality failed to make it out of parliament.
Five Mexican soccer players have tested positive for the banned muscle enhancing substance Clenbuterol, but it is still uncertain whether they ingested it knowingly or through tainted beef.
Official records say that Coca Cola was invented in Atlanta, but a small town in Spain claim that the soft drink was actually invented there.