The webzine Hijab and the City defies stereotypes of hijab-wearing women in France, and takes the fight against anti-Muslim sentiment online.
After Serbia's experience with international military action against Slobodan Milosevic, may in Serbia have sympathy for Gadhafi's current situation
American Christians were instrumental in ending Sudan's civil war. Now some are worried about their continued influence in South Sudan.
If the Libyan rebels hope to stand up against Moammar Gadhafi, they'll need training. But it won't be easy.
After the protests in Tahrir Square, Egypt's Coptic Christians want a more equal voice in the new Egyptian government, too.
Anti-government activists and supporters of Jordan's King Abdullah are both calling for reform in Jordan.
Twitter users have provided some poignant and hopeful reflections on Japan's earthquake. One translator is sharing them with the English-speaking world.
Rebels have accused NATO of not doing enough in Libya, and residents of Benghazi face both hope and fear.
International forces didn't intervene in the Darfur crisis, so why did it happen so quickly in Libya?
In the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, much of the world sees Israel as Goliath and the Palestinians as David, while Israel still sees itself as David.