As Japan opened up after World War I, he seized opportunities to travel and found love.
Afghan immigrants often make their way to Patras, where they become entangled in EU asylum laws.
A church historian seeks out the stories of committed Christians who, over the centuries, have lived their faith and helped keep their church alive.
European travel warnings and canceled trips likely to hit Mexico's $13 billion a year industry.
Oscar Wilde’s life viewed through the prism of his library.
A recession may be a cruel remedy for environmental degradation. But some experts say the earth welcomes the breathing room.
Wave power and tidal power are still experimental, but may be little more than five years away from commercial development.
Schools and nightclubs are closed. Health officials have new powers to quarantine homes.
Faced with rising costs and growing fears of hackers, Ireland has decided to join a growing movement in Europe to return to old school voting practices.