To protect endangered populations of fish, scientists are devising new techniques that can identify where a fish was caught. This should enable regulators to make sure fish being sold are from sustainably harvested populations. Ari Daniel Shapiro reports.
Jordan Farmar, who led the UCLA Bruins to a NCAA Final Four and who helped deliver a championship to the Los Angeles Lakers, has taken his talents to Israel, where he's playing for Maccabi Tel Avi while the NBA lockout continues.
In Spain, the possibility that nearly 50 years of terrorism may be over is causing shockwaves. Politicians of all stripes are claiming credit for the apparent demise of the Basque terrorist group known as ETA.
In Spain, the possibility that nearly 50 years of terrorism may be over is causing shockwaves. Politicians of all stripes are claiming credit for the apparent demise of the Basque terrorist group known as ETA. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Nino Bravo was an international success in Spain and especially in Latin America, where he sang songs that won him millions of fans. He died at 28 in a car crash outside of Madrid. In Ayelo, Spain there's a museum about him. Gerry Hadden has more.
Thousands of demonstrators are continuing their protest in Spain against the country's economic crisis. With nearly five million people jobless, Spain has the highest unemployment rate in Europe. Gerry Hadden has more.
Two successive earthquakes struck southern Spain Wednesday, toppling buildings in the town of Lorca. At least four people are confirmed dead. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC's Sarah Rainsford in Madrid.
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