Teams from around the world converged on Washington DC to compete in the Solar Decathlon, a competition to see who can build the most energy-efficient solar powered home.
Some in Italy say a propaganda campaign supported by US media outlets affected outcome of Amanda Knox appeal -- Knox was fully acquitted.
The growth of Nairobi is choking a big piece of African wilderness, The Nairobi National Park, where thousands of wild migrating animals call home.
Would-be small business owners in Cuba now have the opportunity to sign up for a masters degree in business administration from the Catholic Church.
Inside of Kenya's Dadaab refugee camp, many Somali refugees are still in grave danger of starvation, but others are simply trying to live their lives.
Researchers think prehistoric drawings in the famous Rouffignac Cave complex in France may have been done by children, and that part of the cave served as a prehistoric daycare.
The German public is getting fed up with lending a helping hand to Greece, and Greeks who live in Germany are feeling the tension.
The Catholic Church publicly condemns behavior Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Berlusconi, who is embroiled in yet another sex scandal.
Eurozone leaders agreed back in July to expand the bailout fund for Greece to more than $500 billion -- Germany's lawmakers approved the agreement on Thursday.
One of Mexico's most wanted men and head of the Sinaloa drug cartel, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's wife recently gave birth in California.

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