The new coronavirus outbreak centering in China, has led to the spread of a deluge of information, both reliable and unreliable. The WHO calls it an "infodemic." What do we know and don't know about COVID-19? The World’s Elana Gordon hosted a Facebook Live on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 with Dr. Michael Mina of Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

A massive bomb blast in central Oslo and a shooting attack on young people at a governing Labor Party youth camp both rocked Norway today.
Germany plans to phase out nuclear energy and replace it with renewable sources, such as wind and solar power.
News of Wendi Deng's actions to save her husband from a protester with a shaving foam pie creates big stir in China.
Acid throwing attacks are not that common in Africa, but they are starting to happen more often in Uganda.
In a radical overhaul of its energy policy, the German government has decided to phase out its nuclear power within ten years.
Around 10 million people in East Africa in dire need of food -- those who show up at refugee camps face harrowing circumstances.
Playmancer is designed to help with physical rehabilitation as well as mental health issues, like bulimia and gambling addiction.
William Foege, one of the scientists who led the global campaign that eradicated smallpox, talks about the other six diseases he'd like to kill off.
As four former leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime go on trial, younger generations in the country are told little about past atrocities.
After being detained for 80 days by the Chinese Government, artist Ai Weiwei was released on bail. The government cites economic crimes for his detention, such as evading taxes and destroying documents.