Around 10 million people in East Africa in dire need of food -- those who show up at refugee camps face harrowing circumstances.
An innovative project uses a hydroponic vegetable farm to clean up China's Dianchi Lake.
UN Deputy Special Envoy to Haiti, Dr. Paul Farmer, talks about how non-profits can help Haiti recover from the 2010 earthquake.
In Zambia, the new TV reality show 'Ready for Marriage' offers sex workers a chance at marriage and an opportunity to turn their lives around.
The folk singer and peace activist is mourned across Latin America after he was shot to death in Guatemala.
Russia is one of the smokiest nations in the world, and tobacco companies are using every trick in the book to keep it that way.
After Greece, Italy is the latest Eurozone country to come under pressure from financial markets.
Playmancer is designed to help with physical rehabilitation as well as mental health issues, like bulimia and gambling addiction.
Reports say the CIA ran a fake vaccine program in Abbottabad to get a DNA sample from the family of Osama Bin Laden.
In 1960s Russia, friendships develop, feuds and fist-fights erupt and romance blossoms for those waiting in 'The Line.'