As the Arab League observer mission in Syria teeters amid accusations from members it is a farce, pressure may build for Syria to be referred to the UN Security Council.
A cartoon-based newspaper in Haiti focuses on human rights, education and health issues - and has the highest circulation in the country.
Former soldier Christian Bethelson’s only job skill was killing – until a meeting on a muddy road in Liberia changed his life, and many others.
In the volatile eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, rebel attacks highlight the dire need for political, security, and justice reform.
Brazil's President Rousseff has had a good year in cracking down on corruption. Will the momentum last?
A rise in car ownership and bad traffic leads young Egyptians to create social media and web-based networks to ease road congestion.
Mitt Romney called the Obama White House a reflection of the 'worst of what Europe has become' in his victory speech last night. But the austerity favored by the GOP is much in vogue in Europe.
China's Communist Party plans to sell stocks in the online version of its official mouthpiece the People’s Daily to raise money.
Through Shelter Music Boston, Julie Leven brings live music to residents that feeds their souls and makes them feel 'elegant.'