China's love with copies is well-known. There are the fake Apple stores, the fake landmarks and, it turns out, fake whole towns. In China, though, imitation is really more a sign of appreciation, than a lack of creativity.
President Barack Obama has attacked critics of his banking reforms in a speech which warned that without change the financial crisis will be repeated. The World's Matthew Bell looks at the international implications of US banking reform.
A swift-moving wildfire in central Arizona has claimed the lives of more firefighters in a single day than any fire in 30 years. Half of the 500 homes in the small town are expected to be destroyed as fire crews struggle to gain any control over the blaze.