Titanic II: The Titanic replica, complete with smokestacks (decorative) and lifeboats (improved), has already sold 40,000 tickets to re-attempt the 'unsinkable' ship's doomed cruise from England to New York.
A hot air balloon crash near Luxor, Egypt, killed 19 foreign tourists. Two people, including one Egyptian, were also injured. Egyptian officials are investigating what cause the hot air balloon to ignite and crash.
Carl Pistorius, brother of Oscar Pistorius, currently faces a culpable homicide charge for a 2008 car accident in which a woman motorcyclist was killed. Olympic star Oscar Pistorius is charged with premeditated murder in the Feb. 14 shooting of his girlfriend.
Israel has called for a stop to anti-Israeli protests in the West Bank. Palestinians are angered by the death of a detainee who Israeli officials say died of a heart attack in an Israeli prison Saturday. Palestinian officials have called for an investigation into the death.
While investors and EU countries watch closely, Italians go to the polls on Sunday and Monday to vote for parliamentary representatives. Those elected could impact how Italy copes with its financial crisis.
Since Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation the Italian media has speculated there could be more to the story, and has written unflattering stories about the Vatican's administration. On Saturday, the Vatican accused the Italian media of spreading false reports.
Oscar Pistorius spent Saturday at his uncle's home after being released on bail. Pistorius, the double-amputee South African Olympic sprinter, is accused of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The Steenkamp family has been beset by grief.
Recently, the Pakistani government and Taliban forces in the country have expressed interest in peace talks. But for thousands of civilians who have been injured or lost a loved one at the hands of the Taliban, the idea is abhorrent.