Rumors are flying that Bucharach, France may be the safe haven for the coming end of the world in 2012. Some 10,000 people may be descending on the tiny village.
More than 30,000 Belgians took to the streets of the capital on Sunday to send a simple message to politicians: form a government.
Cameroonian professionals, including doctors and lawyers, who are educated abroad tend not to return to their home country. The problem is common in the developing world.
The Chinese style of parenting is changing. The "Tiger Parent" style may be a thing of the past.
Homosexuality is stigmatized in South Korea, but things are changing... slowly.
Opposition groups in Sudan are taking inspiration from Tunisia's revolution and talking openly about overthrowing President Omar al Bashir.
The French pop star, Johnny Hallyday, is a "national treasure" and still making music.
An innovative program in France provides salon-style help for the nation's unemployed, to help them restore their confidence and get jobs.
Ousted president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family are worth an estimated $5 billion. Some people are trying to get the money back.
Cyber activists "Gaza Youth Breaks Out" take heart from the Tunisian overthrow of the government.

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