In pictures: Berlin Wall protest :: Protests over plans to move surviving part of the Berlin Wall
Week in pictures: 23 February - 1 March 2013 :: A selection of photos from the news
Hong Kong's mounting food waste :: Nestled among the granite peaks of eastern Hong Kong a new, man-made mountain is emerging.
World's biggest mall a 'ghost town' :: They built it, but the shoppers didn't come.
Northern Ireland's changing murals :: Sports stars replace paramilitaries
Slim tops Forbes rich list again :: Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim again comes top of Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's richest billionaires, while Warren Buffett slips back.
Lebanon GDP growth hampered by Syria conflict: minister - Reuters :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNGGhe8Uz1GUJMXbwcWJ0k8_fSlrVg&url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/04/us-lebanon-economy-nahas-idUSBRE9230SF20130304
In pictures: Kenyan elections :: Voting in the first elections since 2007
Macau's motorcycles go electric :: A Macau company's love for motorcycles is helping the planet at the same time. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
Environmentalists fill U.S. National Mall :: Marching, dancing and poster-waving environmentalists chanting "Hey, Obama. We don't want no climate drama," packed several blocks on and around Washington's National Mall on Sunday, hoping to spur President Barack Obama to take strong measures against climate change.
Philippines taps geothermal potential :: Eco Solutions looks at how the Philippines is tapping into its geothermal potential.
2013: A 'game-changer' on climate? :: As leaders gather for the World Economic Forum in Davos, signs of economic hope are upon us. The global economy is on the mend. Worldwide, the middle class is expanding by an estimated 100 million per year. And the quality of life for millions in Asia and Africa is growing at an unprecedented pace.
Adoption boom fuels fears of exploitation :: Uganda is one of the poorest countries on earth, but there is one industry that's booming -- international child adoptions.
Where are the world's billionaires? :: The world has at least 1,453 billionaires, with about half of those residing in the U.S. and China, according to a new list.
Revealed: Bizarre trends in tech :: Mobile World Congress offered up robotic balls, GPS walking sticks and plenty more unexpected uses for the future of digital technology.
Why HK craves organic food :: CNN's Patricia Wu looks at Hong Kong's craving for quality organic food.
5 ways North Korea gets stranger :: It seems North Korea's new leader Kim Jong Un is carrying on his father's strange tradition: mixing a fascination with American culture with a hatred of the United States.
Lighting the way for safe childbirth :: Solar energy in a suitcase is an invention saving lives around the world in places that lack reliable electricity.
Has Barcelona's golden era ended? :: Pedro Pinto is joined by World Cup winner, Marcel Desailly to discuss Barcelona, defending and the Champion's League.
Open wide for seven-patty cheeseburger :: HLN's Jennifer Westoven and Carlos Diaz dig into Steak 'n Shake's 7x7 cheeseburger
Where horses relax :: Rising from the desert like a white Arabian castle, Umm Qarn has all the trimmings you'd expect of a six-star luxury hotel. But this hotel caters for an unusual guest.
Welcome to year of the space rock :: First a meteor explodes over Russia, followed by an asteroid fly-by. Now, two comets are expected to put on a spectacle for sky watchers in the Northern Hemisphere.
Love amid devastation of war :: An image juxtaposing a famous painting of lovers and the ruins of a building in Syria has gone viral, becoming a powerful symbol of the country's devastation from civil war.
Can town's truce hold? :: CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports on a shaky cease-fire in a small Syrian town bloodied by street fighting.
Syrian war: A problem for all? :: For those who think the Syrian war is solely a domestic concern, columnist Frida Ghitis argues that the wars in Lebanon, Afghanistan and Somalia triggered refugee crises, international terrorism and eventually intervention.
Mourning Venezuelans parade Chavez's coffin, prepare for vote :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/QE2yd3cRDrc/us-venezuela-chavez-idUSBRE92405420130306
In Louisiana, a conservative backlash against gun control :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/7Gnc1JrwCB4/us-usa-guns-louisiana-idUSBRE9251M720130306
Opinion: Chavez was 'a maker of dreams' :: Most of what you read or hear in mass media about President Hugo Chavez is always negative, his faults exaggerated, his discourse distorted and his achievements ignored. The reality is quite different.
U.S. envoy: Too much boozing at U.N. :: U.S. weary of drinking diplomats in negotiating rooms. CNN's Richard Roth reports from the U.N.
Business group cuts growth forecast :: As the Bank of England decides whether to do more to stimulate the economy, the BCC cuts its forecasts for growth this year and next.