Descendants of German Nazi police officers and soldiers during World War Ⅱ met with Polish and Jewish descendants of the victims during the March of Life event aimed against anti-Semitism in modern day Europe.
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks as he holds a crude oil sample during a visit to a facility at the oil rich Orinoco belt in Morichal Aug 22, 2012.
Park Geun-hye of South Korea's ruling Saenuri Party won the conservative party's presidential primary race Monday.
Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said Thursday his country has decided to grant asylum to WikiLeaks website founder Julian Assange.
A Spanish mayor who became a cult hero for staging robberies at supermarkets and giving stolen groceries to the poor sets off this week on a three-week march that could embarrass the government.
Barclays Plc Chairman Marcus Agius quit on Monday, saying "the buck stops with me" after an interest rate rigging scandal dealt "a devastating blow".
If anyone is qualified to give advice on taking criticism, it's Wendi Deng Murdoch.
US Commerce Secretary John Bryson, who has been under investigation for his role in two car crashes earlier this month, said on Thursday he was resigning to "prevent distractions" at the department he led for less than a year.
Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter Zara Phillips has been nominated as part of the UK's five-person team for the upcoming London Olympics.
She's more than 90 years old and a living advertisement on human potential, Tao Porchon-Lynch has proven that her extraordinary reputation isn't a stretch. Photographer Keith Bedford records in New York.
Wealthier smartphone users are less likely to play games or tweet and will opt for news, travel or finance apps, according to a new study.
The US soldier implicated in the massacre of 16 villagers in Afghanistan "has no memory" of the incident, his lawyer said on Monday after their first face-to-face meeting.