A banking collapse on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus has been avoided, but the bailout plan is going to be painful for many bank customers there. Stavros Zenios, a professor of finance at the University of Cyprus in Nicosia, outlines the plan.
In 2009, Mohammad El Kurd's Palestinian family was kicked out of their home in East Jerusalem, so Jewish settlers could move in. The entire episode was controversial, with protests on all sides. And now it's been made into a documentary.
The European Union has passed a law banning unlabeled olive oil flasks and dipping bowls, the kind traditionally seen in restaurants in Spain. Instead, restaurants must offer sealed, clearly labelled throw-away oil containers.
Spain continues to struggle to rebuild its economy and those who are out of work are growing increasingly frustrated. In recent months, several workers marches have been held, and in some the generally peaceful protests have turned into mob actions, which include stealing from grocery stores and banks -- ostensibly for the poor.
For many travelers in Europe it won't be a Merry Christmas unless they can get out of the airport. Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Matthew Price who is in Brussels, where they had 10 inches of snow last night.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Clark Boyd in Brussels, who's on hand to witness the completion of the first international flight of a solar-powered aircraft. The plane took off from Switzlerand earlier today.
Reid Davenport planned to spend a semester abroad in Italy. He was talked out of it because he uses a wheelchair. He decided to go Europe to make a documentary for people with physical disabilities there. Brigid McCarthy has the story.