Spain's offer to welcome back the descendants of Sephardic Jews who were kicked out in 1492 comes with some fine print. The descendants are welcome only if they are still practicing Jews, and many see that as unfair.
African immigrants have been attacked in some South African neighborhoods in a recent wave of xenophobic violence, but now some South Africans have organized marches against the attacks, as Gretchen Wilson reports from Johannesburg.
China wants to attract three million tourists to Tibet this year. That's despite China's continued pressure on ethnic Tibetans following last spring's riots in Tibet. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.
The fierce fighters known as Gurkhas have long helped Britain's military on the battlefield. But they didn't have the right to live in Britain, until today. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.
Ethnic tensions and a government crackdown in western China have left more than 150 people dead and hundreds more injured. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on what led to the violence between ethnic Uighurs and Han Chinese in western China.
Moviegoers will have an edge for today's Geo Quiz. If you've seen District 9, you'll know aliens arrive over Johannesburg. But the movie was filmed in a famous township south-west of the South African city. Can you name it?
Armenia's president is about to make history by signing an agreement with Turkey. Many Armenians living abroad feel it absolves Turkey of responsibility for what they call the Genocide of 1915. The World's Aaron Schachter has more.
While China's state-run media have given President Obama high marks on his visit to China, civil rights lawyers and human rights activists there are disappointed in the president's conciliatory tone. The World's Mary Kay Magistad takes a look.
South Africa's military is now allowing HIV positive soldiers to be promoted and to serve in foreign deployments. In the U.S., those already in the military who test positive can continue to serve. From PRI's 'The World.'