Anti-government activists and supporters of Jordan's King Abdullah are both calling for reform in Jordan.
In Ecuador's Pompeya market, bushmeat hunters sell animals caught in the rainforest, and that has ecologists worried.
There's no need to panic over the U.S. educational decline, according to experts. It's good that people are getting smarter around the world.
The monarchy in Morocco is trying to tackle poverty in an attempt to hold back protests.
Women are working hard to reshape attitudes toward women’s rights and domestic violence in Saudi Arabia.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has a reputation as a moderate, but many in the country are demanding more change.
The problems facing the United States may be the result of having too many elections, according to economist Dambisa Moyo.
Egypt's new finance minister, Samir Radwan, has a tough job: reviving Egypt's economy.
Rising food prices may be making the world, including Egypt, much more unstable.
Cameroonian professionals, including doctors and lawyers, who are educated abroad tend not to return to their home country. The problem is common in the developing world.