Syrian artist flees to make new 'Dreams' :: Syrian artists are among some two million people who fled overseas to escape the brutal civil war in their home country.
Should sex work be decriminalized? :: CNN's Jonathan Mann holds a discussion between two people who have differing views on the laws around the sex industry.
Turkey's turtle savior: She's 90 :: A former ballet dancer has helped spare loggerhead turtle habitat from developers.
Will the West ever understand China? :: China has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Its rapid industrial progress, growing military strength, large population and steadily increasing international influence, are all clear signs that China will have a secure place among the super powers in the near future.
Where China collects fresh air :: People in a polluted Chinese city sniffed bags of fresh air this week. When you see the mountains it came from, you'll want some too.
Stolen paintings found 40 years later :: Italian authorities manage to recover two French masterpieces after they were stolen from a London home in 1970.
Baiju: Tasty spirit or cleaning agent? :: As domestic sales for baijiu falls, producers try to diversify the market.
Why is heir not in jail for child rape? :: An heir escapes jail for raping his daughter. Now it's time justice hit his pocket, says CNN commentator.
'Big Bang Theory:' Secrets from the set :: Star cast tells CNN the show details that fans may have missed.
How to electrify an entire continent :: Ending energy poverty is central to a resurgent Africa, writes entrepreneur Tony O. Elumelu.
Did 'gentleman jockey' save royals? :: Amateur jockey Sam Waley-Cohen switches his multimillion-dollar dental practice for a day to ride against the professionals in Saturday's Grand National -- but he is perhaps best known as the man who helped resurrect the relationship between Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Artist makes real life dreamworlds :: A Korean artist transforms her small studio into dreamlike worlds without Photoshop.
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'Schwein:' A headline too far? :: Bayern Munich ban two British tabloids from their Champions League game against Manchester United for being "disrespectful, discriminatory and personally insulting" to one of their players.
'Islam plot' started '20 years ago' :: An ex-teacher at a Birmingham school alleged to be the target of a 'Islamist takeover' claims it began 20 years ago.
Happily disgusted? 15 new emotions ID'd :: In a new study, scientists have identified 15 additional "compound emotions," expressed by combining basic emotions. It's like using the primary colors blue and red to create purple.
VIDEO: Aliens and monsters 'invade' bus stop :: LJ Rich reports on an advertising campaign that uses a camera and special effects to entertain commuters.
If you want to get ahead, get a hat :: Why the long face? You look fabulous!
Ex-Man United boss to lecture at Harvard :: Alex Ferguson has spent half a lifetime pacing touchlines pointing at his watch, but the boot might be on the other foot if his new lectures overrun at Harvard Business School (HBS).
10 things we didn't know last week :: Bretons kiss each other only once on the cheek, and more nuggets from the week's news.
Was India changed by rape cases? :: When I tell people outside India that I live in New Delhi, I'm almost always asked the now inevitable question: "Do you feel safe there?" or worse, "what's with the rape culture in India?"
Putin planning financial iron curtain? :: Could it be that Russian President Vladimir Putin sees acquiring Crimea and breaking up with the West as a win-win situation -- with control of the country's rich elite?
Why are women so badly treated? :: The New Delhi rape case left the whole world wondering why India is treating its women so badly. In fact, discrimination against women already starts in the womb: India has some of the most distorted sex-ratios in the world. There are regions where fewer than 800 girls are born for every 1,000 boys. For many reasons Indian culture prefers sons. An expensive bride-price, or dowry, is only one of them.
Scotland's spectacular castles :: Scottish castles are stars of TV and film, and always take your breath away.
Rugby tries for U.S. boost :: In its bid to compete with major U.S. sports, American rugby could be set to receive a huge boost.
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Anti-Barbie doll :: Doll with "real" proportions gets crowd-funded in 24 hours. WTAE's Wendy Bell reports.
A one of a kind friendship :: A two-legged chihuahua and a fluffy chicken have become best friends.
Karl Lagerfeld on trends :: Myleene Klass talks with fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld about his latest fashion style.
China's dilemma with MH370 :: Over the past few days, the families of the 154 Chinese passengers who were aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been oscillating between grief and visceral anger as the search for the plane carrying their loved ones continues.