Oil fuels your car, heats your home. It's in toys, cosmetics, some clothes, most plastics. But it too often comes from places where people are suffering or indirectly funding terror. What can you do? An author has some ideas.
Norway's confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik says he intended hundreds should die in his attack on a Labor Party camp last year. Breivik told his trial he planned to behead former Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland during the rampage.
The title of Alexander von Mehren's new album is called "Aéropop" and that's how he defines his music as well. The Norwegian musician says it's "airy and fresh, but still accessible like pop music and there's still a depth to it."
A former Norwegian minister nominates Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize. India's highest court maintains the country's ban on gay sex. And an Iranian teacher stands up for a stricken student who is bullied. All that and more, in today's Global Scan