Opposition groups in Sudan are taking inspiration from Tunisia's revolution and talking openly about overthrowing President Omar al Bashir.
Ousted president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family are worth an estimated $5 billion. Some people are trying to get the money back.
Cyber activists "Gaza Youth Breaks Out" take heart from the Tunisian overthrow of the government.
"The Great Game," a series of short plays about foreign involvement in Afghanistan, is being performed for the Pentagon.
The U.S. Army is testing a new vaccine for Malaria. Someone had to be willing to try it.
Africa may have a new country soon, as South Sudan looks at seceding from the North, but the future of that region is anything but certain.
The lottery brings Christmas cheer to nearly everyone in the Spanish village of Pallejah.
The United Kingdom tries to direct health care resources where they'll make the biggest impact. But the agency responsible is under fire.
China's industrial growth is powered by coal but mining and burning the energy source is causing health problems across the nation.
The battle between England and Russia over the 2018 World Cup is already underway.