There are at least 600,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon. And with no refugee camps, the refugees are spread around the country. That's putting a burden on everything from water and electricity, to jobs and education, and security.
The Colombian city of Medellin was once the murder capital of the world and ground zero for Pablo Escobar's cocaine cartel. But Medellin has lately emerged as a hotspot for urban planning and innovative mass transit. John Otis reports.
In Ethiopia, having eight children is not uncommon. To reduce birth rates, the government has enlisted the help of health workers and religious leaders. Their goal: change attitudes about what constitutes an "ideal" family.
Germany has just received the first plane-load of Syrian refugees fleeing their civil war back home. And up to 5,000 more are expected. But some believe Germany shouldn't pat itself on the back just yet for the humanitarian gesture.
Leslie Noyes Moss thought her 1960s Peace Corps experience in a small Pakistan village was largely a failure. But when she returned 50 years later, she found she'd made more of an impact than she'd realized.