Many coastal businesses are still suffering from lost tourist dollars, and officials say condominium and hotel reservations are still down about 20 percent for the summer compared with pre-spill years. Full story
Sick people trapped in the western Libyan city of Misrata are dying because of shortages of vital medicines, an aid official sending supplies from the rebel-held east said Tuesday. Full story
A shark is hoisted from the hold of the fishing vessel seized in the Galapagos, as scientists identify and sample other dead sharks.
The sharks seized aboard this fishing vessel had their fins sliced, a sign the fins would be sold in Asia for the market in shark fin soup.
Residents gather their belongings near a fishing boat washed up by a wave generated by an earthquake at Talcahuano port, some 532 km south of Santiago, and the same location a year later in this February 22, 2011 combination photo. February 27, 2011 marks the first anniversary of the 8.8 magnitude
A picture taken on December 21 from a South Korean helicopter shows 12 Chinese fishing boats banded together with ropes to thwart an attempt by South Korean coast guard ships to stop their alleged illegal fishing in the Yellow Sea off the coast of South Korea. Illegal fishing by Chinese vessels is c