Children clean Libyan rebels' weapons
July 15 - In the rebel-held western city of Misrata, an organized group of children clean the fighters' weapons for them. Nick Rowlands reports.
Atlantis astronauts prepare for post-shuttle era
July 15 - In one of their first interviews from orbit, Atlantis' four astronauts told Reuters they hope NASA provides inspiration for more space exploration once the shuttle fleet is retired. Jon Decker reports.
European Goldfields chairman on new permit, gold price
July 15 - European Goldfields Chairman Martyn Konig discusses the company's new mining permit in Greece that will make them Europe's largest gold producer, and his outlook for the metal.
Sports Spread: Claret Jug chase wide open at Sandwich
Reuters Owen Wyatt, Andy Lulham of Betfair and Opta's Duncan Alexander pick through the key statistics and odds for punters eyeing golf's British Open along with cycling's Tour de France.
Europe Week Ahead: U.S. debt, stress test weigh on sentiment
Jitters over US debt negotiations and European bank stress tests results weigh on sentiment, despite sparkling corporate earnings from Google and Citigroup.
Karzai attends service for brother
Jul 15 - Afghan President Hamid Karzai attends a memorial service in Kabul for his half-brother Ahmad Wali Karzai, who was assassinated on Tuesday in Kandahar. Nick Rowlands reports.
Newsmaker: Is Africa open for business?
May 25, 2011 - The former president of Zanzibar and distinguished panelists discuss the role peaceful succession can play in reducing political risks.
Sony Ericsson Q2 profits disappoint
July 15 - Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson posted a surprise second quarter loss on Friday and said it had been adversely affected by the earthquake in Japan. Hayley Platt reports.
Obama, Republicans spar over debt plan
July 15 - President Obama and Republicans trade demands for a serious deficit plan, underscoring the lack of progress plaguing negotiations to avert a looming government default. Jon Decker reports.
The Insider: Lowell Bergman
July 15 - Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Lowell Bergman talks with Reuters.com's Jim Impoco about whether -- or how -- investigative journalism can survive in the iPad age, as well as what he thinks of Al Pacino's yelling.
EBA announces 2011 European bank stress test results
July 15 - Founder of Silva Research Network Ralph Silva and managing partner of CheckRisk Nick Bullman discuss the results of the European bank stress tests.
U.S. Week Ahead: Goldman reports as earnings season peaks
July 15 - Goldman Sachs reports its earnings and StarMine is predicting a miss as the U.S. earnings season reaches its peak.
Pain molecule discovery opens door to new treatments
July 15 - Scientists in the UK have discovered the molecule that causes pain in sunburn, and say further research could lead to treatments for other inflammatory conditions like arthritis and cystitis. Basmah Fahim reports.
Big U.S. banks beat forecasts
July 15 - Bank giants JPMorgan and Citigroup post stronger-than-expected earnings and there are early indications lending is on the rise - but a weak economy will likely continue to weigh on the sector. Jill Bennett reports.
Two top Murdoch execs resign
July 15 - Two top News Corp executives resign including Les Hinton, CEO of Dow Jones. President Obama and Republicans trade demands for a deficit reduction plan, Consumer confidence slides to lowest level in 2.5 years, and U.S. stocks gain for the day, lose for the week. Carmen Roberts reports.
Obama rings astros aboard International Space Station
July 15 - U.S. President Barack Obama makes a very long-distance telephone call, ringing up astronauts working aboard the International Space Station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Authors@Google: Dean Bakopoulos
Local Michigan author Dean Bakopoulos discusses his new book "My American Unhappiness" about a director of humanities who deals with his own barrage of personal tragedy while pursuing "his life's work:" an epic survey on American unhappiness
Authors@Google: Seth Jones
Dr. Seth Jones is a specialist in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and al-Qa'ida, and he will be speaking to us about the latest developments in Afghanistan following the recent death of bin Laden. Dr. Jones is a political scientist at the RAND Corporation, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and the US Naval Postgraduate School.
Authors@Google: Tina Rosenberg
Tina Rosenberg, author of "Join the Club" spoke at Google's New York office about how creative social entrepreneurs have used positive peer pressure to accomplish goals such as reducing teen smoking, making people healthier, toppling dictators and fighting terrorism. She is the author of Join the Club: How Peer Pressure Can Transform the World and a winner of the the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award. A longtime writer for the New York Times, she now is co-writer of an online column calle
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