The conflict between South Korea and Japan has been going on for decades, but the past few months are somewhat uncharted territory for the two countries, which have nevertheless enjoyed robust trade. Today, six in 10 South Koreans are currently participating in the “No Japan” boycott.

Scientists have discovered the second half of the hybrid yeast used to make lager style beer, which could mean a better brew in the future.
As Gadhafi's regime topples, the challenges Libya will face in building a democratic future.
Citizens in the Israeli city of Ashdod faced chaos and destruction as attacks between Israel and militants in Gaza escalated on Friday.
A German website asks users to rate their priests on criteria like performance in church, with youth, with the elderly and the quality of the service.
Many street food vendors will be forced to change their ways as India's food safety law is enforced.
US, England, France and Germany have all called for Syria’s President Assad to step down over his suppression of protesters.
Conservation International used hidden cameras to collect 52,000 images of mammals in the wild from Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
Concerns in UK over sentencing of two men to four years in prison for encouraging people to riot by posting messages on Facebook.
The new London play follows conversations between young Syrians as they live through one week of the uprising -- all of it by email.
Globalization has transformed some fish processing plants in Alaska, where most of the workers now are foreign students.