In 1987, countries around the world agreed to phase out chlorofluorocarbons, and emissions fell. But in 2013, a study shows, they began rising again around China, Mongolia and the Koreas.
Radar Online checks in with Mongolia, Bulgaria and the other member nations of the "coalition of the willing" still fighting in Iraq. Albania, true to its love of George W. Bush, promises to see the war through to the end, with its 120 troops. Reminder: Of the roughly 162,000 troops fighting in Iraq, 150,000 are American, 7,100 are British and the rest, a hodgepodge of nations from Armenia to the Ukraine -- and that's not counting the mercenaries.