The Getty Center's former antiquities curator is going on trial in Italy for conspiring to loot Roman artifacts. It's part of Italy's efforts to curb the illicit art trade, but as Megan Williams reports, not everyone in the art world is happy.
The unrest that's swept France seems to be receding. But the riots have left a trail of destruction, human and economic. Stephen Beard reports from Aulnay-sous-bois, one of the worst-hit Paris suburbs.
This week, other countries will try to convince the US to share governance of the Internet. Paul Twomey, president of the company that coordinates much of the 'Net, explained to Kai Ryssdal what the fuss is about.
After weeks of talks, Germany's two biggest political parties are close to forming a new government. But as Kyle James reports from Berlin, the coalition might have trouble agreeing on economic reform.
Nearly two weeks of rioting has shaken confidence in the French government's ability to address the crisis. Kai Ryssdal speaks to historian Reza Aslan about some of the wider problems the riots pose for Europe.
This year, the disease on everybody's mind is bird flu, but two years ago it was SARS, which left hundreds dead in Asia and also hit Toronto. As Steve McNally reports, the city learned some valuable lessons.