Highlights — Data on display
With Guatemala’s former dictator General Efrain Rios Montt on trial, some numbers – or lack of them – are chilling but timely.
When they get fed up, French farmers famously go to town – to Paris, where they snarl the traffic with tractors and heaps of decomposing vegetables.
South Africa was home to some of the great 19th century gold rushes and by 1970 it was producing two-thirds of the world's gold. But what's happened since then?
Many Germans are feeling huffy. They are indignant – and many would sympathize - at the prospect of having to use yet more of their hard-earned money and good credit to save the Euro periphery from what they see as misbehavior and ill-discipline.