In response to uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa, European countries are creating a kind of Marshall Plan to push North Africa toward democracy.
Speech and press freedoms are new for Tunisia. With president Ben Ali gone, they're now being allowed to flourish.
The UK Uncut protest movement is trying to force the government to reverse budget cuts by pushing corporations to pay more taxes.
Women have a long history of activism in Egypt, and the protests against Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square were no different.
Protests have broken out across the Arab world, after the protests in Egypt toppled the Mubarak regime. Could Jordan be next?
An American student, detained by the Egyptian military police, talks about her 16 hours of incarceration.
Rupert Murdoch's Sky Sports was dragged into the center of a debate over sexism in soccer and sports.
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.
Social media is helping dissidents rise up against the government in Egypt and Tunisia, and social media companies are helping.
A co-founder of the Belarus Free Theatre talks about her arrest and the artistic climate under the Belarus authoritarian regime.