Six years ago, derivatives trader Jerome Kerviel made some bad trades — very bad trades that cost his bank nearly $7 billion. Now he faces prison and perhaps paying it back. So he's decided to take a long walk, from Rome to Paris.
Dan Richter started a bike shop in small-town Alberta to help him transition from military to civilian life. He didn't expect it would get him into a new kind of battle with one of the biggest bicycle brands in the world: Specialized.
French elections this past weekend have shaken up the political system. A prime minister resigned, a woman-immigrant was elected mayor of Paris for the first time, and a far-right fringe party may be gaining some serious traction among voters.
For many, it's hard to imagine the violence playing out now in Odessa — the charming port city on the Black Sea is known for its literature, arts, and perhaps above all else, humor. It's especially hard for The World's reporter Jason Margolis.
Anchor Marco Werman introduces us to the sounds of jazz musician and chromatic harmonica player, Olivier Ker Ourio. Ourio is originally from the Reunion Islands in the Indian Ocean, but has lived in Paris for the past 15 years.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is following a French presidential tradition of developing a grand architectural project in Paris. The World's Gerry Hadden has more on Sarkozy's proposed ï¿½Grand Parisï¿½ project.
A former French soccer star known for making cryptic pronouncements is calling for a protest against the banks. Eric Cantona wants people around the world to withdraw their money on December 7th, to paralyze the system. Anita Elash reports from Paris.