Theatre director and actor Luis Bevia looks at a huge soap bubble during a media rehearsal of his show "Uuuiii!" in Madrid on Wednesday.
The prime minister of Greece, George Papandreou, says his country is earning a new credibility after its debt crisis.
In South Korea, Japan's apology on colonial rule, which for the first time acknowledged the forced annexation of Korea, was well received. But those who suffered as sex slaves and laborers in World War II want compensation.
A Christian Science perspective.
With American consumers pulling back, these other economies have also been slowing down. This means Obama won’t easily find the export markets they need to create enough jobs to make up for the vanishing American consumer.
US exports are running 17 percent ahead of the same point last year. Looking beyond the troubled US jobs picture, President Obama says, 'This is where American jobs will be tomorrow.'