In pictures: Red Nose in space :: A Comic Relief red nose is launched into space
Week in pictures: 9-15 March 2013 :: A selection of the best news photos
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.
In pictures: India's Parsis :: India's ancient Parsi community, on show in Mumbai
Xi: China's new boss in a hurry :: Xi Jinping has taken the center stage as China's undisputed paramount leader.
Hong Kong: Ivory's Fort Knox :: Hong Kong is fast becoming the Fort Knox of ivory.
5 epic helicopter prison escapes :: The spectacular, airborne escape of two Canadian inmates Sunday stunned witnesses and showcased the illicit ingenuity behind one of the more creative prison breaks.
Why media's failure on Iraq still stings :: The 10th anniversary this month of the invasion of Iraq will remind most people of a divisive and dubious war that toppled Saddam Hussein but claimed the lives of nearly 4,500 Americans and more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians.
Richard O'Brien: 'I'm 70% man' :: Is Rocky Horror writer Richard O'Brien normal for thinking himself a "third sex" between male and female?
Day in pictures: 18 March 2013 :: Twenty-four hours of news photos: 18 March
Epic copter escapes :: The spectacular, airborne escape of two Canadian inmates Sunday stunned witnesses and showcased the illicit ingenuity behind one of the more creative prison breaks.
In Pictures: The career of Frank Thornton :: A look at the career of the Are You Being Served?
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Iraq's booming oil future :: Northern Iraqi oil fields and potential reserves in the region are being explored by small independent companies.
Iraq women 'lost out' :: Iraqi women may have obtained some benefits since the 2003 war but rights campaigner Zainab Salbi says they have lost far more.
Rembrandt revealed :: A mystery portrait donated to a British heritage charity has been identified as a work by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn -- worth more than $30 million.
Envoy: Obama's strong Israel ties :: Michael Oren says the president's trip to Israel, his first while in office, will demonstrate the strength of the connections between the two nations
HIV: 'Functional cure' for some? :: Evidence is mounting that it is possible to control the virus that causes AIDS with early treatment, so further therapy is not immediately needed.
Second computer glitch shuts down NASA Mars rover :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/iDuK9Fk2ilk/us-space-mars-idUSBRE92B0YA20130318
First days show pope's humility :: One expert says Jorge Bergoglio has already shown that as Pope Francis he will be the down-to-earth man people yearn for in a spiritual leader.
Amputation verdicts slammed :: Sudan's Deputy Chief Justice recently made the alarming announcement that his government might start training judges to cut off the hands and legs of convicted criminals, if doctors refuse to carry out amputations as punishment.
Is director Creevey next big thing? :: After only his second movie, British director Eran Creevey is being hailed as the next big thing. Neil Curry reports.
Philippines taps geothermal potential :: Eco Solutions looks at how the Philippines is tapping into its geothermal potential.
Li Keqiang named Chinese premier :: Li Keqiang on Friday was named China's premier, the No. 2 position in the Chinese government, completing the once-a-decade transition of leadership in the world's most populous nation.
Will China finally 'bite' North Korea? :: North Korea, China's longtime ally, has vexed Beijing for years with its rocket launches, nuclear tests, kidnapping of Chinese fishermen and other erratic behavior. Yet, Beijing has run interference at the United Nations to temper punishments against Pyongyang, and has even helped Pyongyang circumvent sanctions.
Coca-Cola probed over mapping :: The government of a remote province in western China says it is investigating Coca-Cola over allegations that it illegally mapped parts of the province, as China and the US engage in an escalating war of words over cyber espionage.
Artist Ai Weiwei to release album :: Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, whose artwork is shown in museums around the world, is taking a different direction with his latest project -- a heavy metal album.
Inflation warning from central bank :: China must be "on high alert" against inflation, central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said on Wednesday, striking a hawkish tone at his most important news conference of the year.
Chinese farm claims dead pigs :: A Chinese farm admitted to dumping dead pigs into Huangpu River, which had about 6,000 bloated carcasses pulled from its water this week, state media reported.