Sharing is en vogue in Germany: from apartments and clothes to cars and power drills. Swap shops are opening all over the country.
Independence Day celebrations kicked off on Thursday, with festivities set to last for the next couple of days. But as Dana Regev reports from Jerusalem, a joyful day for some could mean something different for others.
Israel was founded as a Jewish homeland and its immigration reflects this, starting with the first post-World War II refugees. While Israel has become more diverse over the decades, its doors remain closed to some.
Bangladesh recently launched its first satellite, marking the nation's entry into an elite space club. While the satellite filled many Bangladeshis with joy and patriotism, some question its commercial viability.
One-night-stands and affairs happen in all kinds of relationships. Some people say that's a sign of the failure of monogamy. Here's why sexual fidelity is hard to stick to — and why it still makes sense.
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