Posted In: Food
Europeans are picky about their wine labels. Most believe wine should only be called Champagne if it's made in France. A new agreement between the European Union and Australia is beginning, which will mean that Australian winemakers can no longer make "champagne." Christopher Werth explains.
Posted In: Immigration
Every year, thousands of refugees and illegal migrants try to sneak into the U.K. France's north-coast are flooded with fleeing migrants -- and smugglers hoping to profit from their plight.
Posted In: Agriculture, Food
The surging price of wheat has raised fears that other grain-growing countries might begin hoarding their own supplies. But the U.S. might also be able to help with the shortage.
A study out from the bank Barclays says the British are becoming less willing to wait for what they want.