Cleaner-burning fuel is reducing dangerous levels of pollution – and saving money, too.
A Dutch journalist and photographer traveled with rebel forces in Darfur in February. They were pinned down by government forces for weeks, before escaping across the border into Chad.
Many factory workers in export-heavy economies like Thailand's have lost their jobs. With agricultural demand also down, farming has become a less reliable Plan B.
Parents of a soldier say they pressed charges to prevent future abuses. The suicide rate has risen as the forces' role has expanded.
Caution is guiding the international response as fighting intensifies between the government and the rebels.
A growing movement thinks so, saying it will guarantee that the poor have water. But at a water conference in Turkey, officials voice concern about implementing such a right.
Did the two women cross into North Korea, or did border guards lure them over?