Syrian protests continue in the face of gruesome images of torture by the Syrian government. Human rights groups are making sure the world can see those images.
Victims are blaming ultra-conservative Salafist Muslims for sectarian violence that has broken out in Egypt. Prominent Salafists deny the accusations.
It was 10 years ago June 1st that, by the official account, Nepal's Crown Prince strode into a royal family gathering, opened fire, and killed nine people -- including his father the King, before shooting himself.
Same sex couples where partners have different nationalities struggle with US immigration laws.
Hamid Karzai, the President of Afghanistan, has stepped up warnings to NATO, saying it risks becoming an "occupying force."
Civil War reenactments are surprisingly popular in Germany, where Civil War battles are staged outside of Berlin.
Egypt's new military government has opened the border between Egypt and the Gaza strip. But easing travel restrictions on Palestinians won't help the economy in Gaza.
An American Idol style competition, "Haiti Sings," shines a light on the country's musical gifts.
In September, Palestinians are expected to go to the United Nations to ask for statehood based on pre-1967 border.
A group of indigenous people in Cambodian have traveled to the capital Phnom Penh to protest deforestation of their sacred forest.