Rising style of lending is built on long-term thinking – and on bearing in mind that the institution is dealing with real people's money.
In criminal case, the Church of Scientology says it is being scapegoated in a wider campaign against freedom of religion.
The decision by Mercy Corps, Care, and others to go back to Sudan's troubled region after being kicked out in March opens fresh debate over how to deliver aid to people living under oppressive regimes.
The former detainees, including Uighurs released to Albania, say they are eager to put "terrorist" label behind them.
'Lapistan,' where NATO is conducting war games, is fictional. But the exercises are testing real-life relations with the Russians as well as the indigenous Sami people.
Young voters gave a seat in EU parliament to new party that campaigned to loosen copyright laws.
A record low turnout of only 43 percent of 375 million eligible voters pointed to skepticism about a more integrated Europe.