The Female Engagement Team help the Marines reach out to women in Afghanistan to fight the insurgency in ways that all-male patrols can't.
The Swiss want more privacy protections in Google Street View, and Google has threatened to shut the service down in Switzerland.
Now that Osama Bin Laden has been killed, Al Qaeda is calling for followers to come up with and carry out terrorist attacks on their own.
Toyota has fallen to the third biggest automaker in the world, as profits tumbled after the earthquake.
US drone strikes have continued in Pakistan, even though many Pakistanis are fuming over the Osama Bin Laden raid and a possible secret agreement between the United States and Pakistan.
The Pentagon's secret "Kill/Capture" campaign assassinated Osama Bin Laden and thousands of other Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters.
Top Chinese and US officials are engaging in bilateral talks, and human rights violations will be a part of the discussion.
Mohammed Bouazizi, credited with starting the Tunisian revolution when set himself on fire in protest, is still grieved by many. But his family still struggles.
The global brainstorming sessions Pecha Kucha are named after the Japanese word for chit chat. Now, Pecha Kucha is helping post-earthquake Japan recover.
South Sudan is poised to become Africa’s newest nation, but NGOs will still provide basic services to almost 90 percent of the country.