Day in pictures: 11 January 2013 :: Twenty four hours of news photos: 11 January
Nigerians' love for London shops :: Shopping is a serious business in London whatever the season -- but it doesn't get much more serious than this time of year.
In pictures: Pakistan protests :: Anger following the bombings in Quetta
Week in pictures: 5-11 January 2013 :: News photos from around the world
Battle behind China's 'Firewall' :: Whether you're a domestic company or an international business, failure to comply with China's strict internet regulations risks having your online presence curtailed or shut down completely by government censors.
Qatar Direct: in pictures :: Home to a rich contrast of architecture
Greenhouse gases reach new high :: Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere reached record highs in 2011, according to new data published by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Study: Apes suffer midlife crisis :: CNN's Phil Han discovers that chimps experience a midlife crisis, just like humans.
Is the eurozone crisis almost over? :: Is the three-year-old eurozone sovereign debt crisis nearing its end? Dr. Nicholas Spiro of Spiro Sovereign Strategy believes it just might be.
Inside a Syrian refugee camp :: The UN says that 620,000 are registered as Syrian refugees. CNN's Joe Duran visited some of the camps where they live.
Sailing most beautiful lakes :: CNN's Main Sail ranks a selection of the world's most spectacular lakes for boating enthusiasts.
Where vegetarianism is an exotic illness :: Dany Mitzman describes the challenge of finding a meat-free dish in Bologna.
Surreal photos that fool the mind :: See stunning images from an Israeli photographer who takes his inspiration from his dreams.
UPDATE 1-Tesla CEO aims for profit in 2013 :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/VMLXb2GkG3M/autoshow-tesla-profit-idUSL2N0AJ0GX20130114
Winter runway ::
Syrian refugees endure plunging temperatures :: Lyse Doucet finds Syrian refugees enduring plunging temperatures
Is China easing up on local media? :: CNN contributor Doug Young explains why China's "surprisingly mild approach" to the Southern Weekly affair could reflect a new way of thinking.
Tax pain ahead for Greeks :: Greece's parliament approved a tax increase Saturday that should add to the government's revenue, but is likely to anger citizens opposed to the country's austerity measures.
Another Tibetan sets himself on fire :: A Tibetan man protesting China's rule of the region set himself on fire Saturday, his death believed to be the first case of self-immolation this year -- but one that adds to a grim, growing toll.
Is China easing up on media? :: China's traditional iron-handed approach to the media has taken a surprise turn of tolerance with Beijing's soft handling of a recent dispute with local reporters, in what could well become a more open attitude toward the media under the incoming administration of presumed new President Xi Jinping.
Training hackers to fight cyber crime :: Picture the scene: dozens of computer hackers poring over their keyboards in a room filled with powerful computers, feverishly typing in code most of us could never comprehend.
Modi basks in rock star reception at Gujarat summit :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/KBI7xB9JX_Q/modi-vibrant-gujarat-summit-ambani-idINDEE90D07Z20130114
Rangers dying with elephants in Kenya :: CNN's Nima Elbagir reports on wildlife rangers who risk their lives to guard Kenya's elephant population from poachers.
Can Tahir ul Qadri save Pakistan? :: "Terrorism and violence cannot be permissible in Islam," Tahir ul Qadri told CNN in 2010. Now he is back in Pakistan, demanding elections.
Boko Haram militant 'arrested' :: A local leader of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, Mohammed Zangina, is arrested by the Nigerian military in the north-eastern city of Maiduguri.
Is cruising safer after Concordia? :: As survivors and relatives of those who died on board the Costa Concordia mark the anniversary of the disaster, has cruise safety been improved?
Are you more honest online? :: Everyone tells the occasional "little white lie," but Jeffrey Hancock says people are -- surprisingly -- more likely to tell the truth on social media sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook than in person.
An EU referendum if... :: David Cameron has set out how the UK's big vote might happen
VIDEO: Legal high deaths 'on the rise' :: Deaths linked to legal highs may just be the first signs of the damage they do, according to a medical expert.
Hiropon and the eroticism of anime :: Warning: Hiropon is an anime-type character with monstrously huge lactating breasts that are spilling out of her bikini. If that's ok, read on.