Bhutan intends to increase production of hydropower to keep up with growing energy needs and spur economic growth.
After two consecutive unsuccessful bids, Pyeongchang finally gets its chance to host Olympic games.
The sushi industry in Japan in disarray after speculation that the Fukushima nuclear disaster may have contaminated fish from the region.
Israel relies on cheap labor from migrant workers from other countries. Those workers are being forced to live under new, increasingly stringent laws.
Nebraska police officer Kathryn Bolkovac went to Bosnia in 1999 and discovered western officials were involved in trafficking of young women.
A protest to end the ban on women drivers in Saudi Arabia is about more than driving laws. It's also about women's rights in the Arab world.
In spite of the vast energy resources in Venezuela, the country can't provide electricity to its people. President Hugo Chavez blames the opposition.
After an 80-day detention by the Chinese Government, artist Ai Weiwei was released on bail. The government accused the artist of economic crimes, such as evading taxes and destroying documents.
An unresolved tax dispute is making it impossible for many Indonesians to watch Hollywood films. And Indonesian theaters are suffering.
The Spanish olive oil industry is being damaged by cheap costs to consumers.