The plan for formalizing Congo's mining industry relies on the removal of armed groups from the process, but that is a difficult task.
Indonesia's main city is often filled with bumper-to-bumper traffic, but now the streets are filled with pedestrians on some days.
Thursday's bombing in a popular Morocco tourist spot killed at least 16, and could give Moroccan leaders reason to halt reform efforts instigated by prodemocracy protests.
Kenyans fought hard to get their freedom from the British empire. But when the Royal Wedding played on TV today, an estimated one in four Kenyans were following the wedding, on TV or radio.
The United Nations has sponsored a fitness center in a Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan. The $7 membership fee is steep, but residents are paying up.
Signs point to yes.