Hunting is a popular hobby in Europe, despite gun laws that are tougher than those in the US. Anchor Marco Werman hears about the restrictions hunters face from Manuel Esparrago, firearms expert with the European Federation for Hunting and Conservation.
A banking collapse on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus has been avoided, but the bailout plan is going to be painful for many bank customers there. Stavros Zenios, a professor of finance at the University of Cyprus in Nicosia, outlines the plan.
In Greece, youth unemployment is running at nearly 60 percent. Many young Greeks have left to find work. A web documentary project called New Diaspora aims to collect stories of the Greek immigrant experience.
Mark Schneider has been obsessed with Napoleon since he was a kid. Now, he's in the running to play the famous French general at the 200th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium.
The European Union has passed a law banning unlabeled olive oil flasks and dipping bowls, the kind traditionally seen in restaurants in Spain. Instead, restaurants must offer sealed, clearly labelled throw-away oil containers.
Reid Davenport planned to spend a semester abroad in Italy. He was talked out of it because he uses a wheelchair. He decided to go Europe to make a documentary for people with physical disabilities there. Brigid McCarthy has the story.