Most of the Europe's old cargo ships end up in South Asia, where they're broken up for scrap under terrible labor and environmental conditions. But there's a growing movement to have ships scrapped in Europe instead.
There's giant, silvery, sea-monster like fish turning up on California beaches, and no one knows why. Meanwhile chocolate prices seem set to rise and China's pollution causes one city, Harbin, to close schools.
From his satirical soapbox of Karl reMarks (and with the help of Twitter and Facebook), Karl Sharro has gone from London architect to renowned Middle Eastern satirist. His work includes "Three dictators walk into a bar" jokes to imagined conversations between Middle Eastern leaders.
The CPR training mannequin Rescue Annie has been kissed millions of times around the world. But the face isn't merely some computer animation — it's believed to be based on the face of a woman pulled out of Paris' Seine River back in the 1880s. While that's the official story, and believed to be true, dozens (or more) other versions have also popped up.