Clean up of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is not an easy job. The hours are long and the pay is low. So contractors hired to do the task have been recruiting homeless men to clean the radioactive debris.
Thousands of men from Myanmar and other southeast Asian countries are being used as slaves to catch fish that may end up on American dinner tables. The Associated Press uncovered the story and followed the distribution trail to the United States.
Light can make a big difference in someone's life. But in corners of the world where electricity is still unreliable, if it exists at all, light from a light bulb can be impossible. But there's another solution: and it's as simple as some water and a plastic soda bottle.