Last year, a US airstrike killed 42 people at a hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz. A new report suggests that tensions between Afghan forces and Doctors Without Borders may have helped cause the tragedy.
The world's first humanitarian summit is being held in Istanbul in an attempt to tackle what the United Nations describes as the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II — it says 125 million people around the world are currently in need of some form of humanitarian aid.
In the fictional film "Radio Dreams," members of a rock band from Afghanistan want to jam with Metallica. The group, Kabul Dreams, is now based in San Francisco and is trying to find an audience in the US.
Tibetans are embracing WeChat to communicate with friends and family who have left the remote part of China. But WeChat isn't just like any other social network, it's heavily monitored by the Chinese government.
The secretive state of North Korea invited dozens of foreign reporters to Pyongyang to cover a rare political meeting. But the authorities there kept journalists on a short leash, and gave three of them the boot.
If you're fighting for human rights in the Arab and Muslim world, where do you go for a confidence boost? A Sudanese political cartoonist chose a road trip across America to visit civil rights landmarks.