As the protests in Bahrain continues to escalate, Saudi Arabia has sent in troops and the United States and Iran have raised similar concerns.
The crisis in Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has European lawmakers rethinking their nuclear power future.
A recent murder is causing an uproar in Israel, as the government approves 400 new Jewish homes in the West Bank.
The earthquake in Japan could cost the economy more than $100 billion dollars.
The world has pledged to help, and Japan is one of the world's best-prepared countries for an earthquake, but recovery will take time.
Pakistan may not be at the top of world headlines, but the battle against the Taliban rages on.
The deteriorating situation in Libya may force the Obama administration to fundamentally rethinking how it conducts foreign policy.
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.