Post-revolution expectations are huge in Tunisia, but stopping corruption and bringing human rights justice is difficult.
In South Korea, robots are teaching children English.
An enormous new gold mine could be help an ailing region in Colombia, but some think it's not worth the price.
"No problem," say Saudi Arabian officials, though protests in neighboring countries, and unemployment at home, threaten Saudi Arabia's ruling families.
The monarchy in Morocco is trying to tackle poverty in an attempt to hold back protests.
Women are working hard to reshape attitudes toward women’s rights and domestic violence in Saudi Arabia.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has a reputation as a moderate, but many in the country are demanding more change.
Young writers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, gather together in The Gathering of Young Thinkers.
Rising food prices may be making the world, including Egypt, much more unstable.
Priceless archaeological sites in Istanbul, Turkey have fallen into disrepair and neglect, and the United Nations isn't happy.