The small country is a financial giant — and it’s working to lead the world on sustainable climate finance.
Saudi Arabia has been criticized for years for refusing to allow women to drive in the kingdom. That ban may soon be lifted — though the change comes with some fine print. Meanwhile, leaked documents reveal how IKEA avoids paying corporate taxes. And the Miss Uganda competition takes an agricultural turn. Those stories and more, in today's Global Scan.
A top court in Europe ruled Tuesday that individuals there can ask search engines to remove links to online data they find objectionable. But the decision has left experts with more questions than answers.
Edward Snowden's saga has sparked debate in Europe about how governments there are keeping tabs on their own citizens, as Time correspondent Vivienne Walt in Paris explains to anchor Marco Werman.
A new book claims that Britain has invaded more countries than any other. Anchor Aaron Schachter discusses the claim with the World's News Editor and resident history buff, Chris Woolf.
In the world of Markus Will, the euro is gone and Germany is returning to the deutschmark. Though the book is fictional, it takes a scenario that is possible and plays it out to perhaps it's most shocking extreme.
The Netherlands is one of the richest and strongest economies in the euro zone. But, in recent months, the country has dipped back into recession as it tries to shave nearly $20 billion from its budget. It's forced some people living on the margins to seek assistance.
A Dutch artist has build a low-cost robot that can beg for money.
Individual governments across Europe are struggling to save their banks in the midst of the global financial crisis.