A German company has seized on Germany's recent egg contamination scandal as a business opportunity, developing software that can tell shoppers whether an egg is contaminated.
Rafik Hariri assassination investigation and pending indictment by UN, prompts Hezbollah demonstration. The UN tribunal, looking into the death of former Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, attempted to diffuse tension in Beirut Tuesday.
As China invests in mines and oil, one Chinese businessman is focused on something much smaller: a general store.
Maybe. But there are unique conditions at play in each regional state.
Although the West African regional body, ECOWAS, has threatened to use force to remove incumbent President Laurent Gbabgo, nobody wants to ignite a second civil war in Ivory Coast.
At the end of voting in South Sudan's referendum, leader Salva Kiir called on the South Sudanese to forgive northern Sudan for past grievances, just as Nelson Mandela asked black South Africans to do at the end of apartheid.
What I'm reading this morning.
That's the question posed by Jennifer Rubin, a conservative blogger for the Washington Post.
The tenuous connection? France.