Tomorrow, nearly 200 high-ranking members of the Turkish military will appear in court. The case is widely seen as a battle for power between the Islamic party's new ruling elite ï¿½ and the old secular order in the military. Julia Rooke reports.
Southern Sudanese refugees in Anchorage, Alaska have started language classes for their Americanized children. The classes in the Nuer language help the children connect to their families. Annie Feidt of Alaska Public Radio Network reports.
Austrian musical duo Attewenger mixes fast-paced accordion with dance-friendly (and a little bit crazed) beats. The World's Alex Gallafent met the band in New York recently and spoke with them about road trips, swamps and funk.
Hurricane Sandy has knocked the US election out of the headlines overseas. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Marco Werman, who is in London to report on how the American vote affects people around the globe.
Members of Indian Sikh communities from around New York have organized to help those hardest-hit by Hurricane Sandy. Sikh volunteers are in Queens, providing hot food for displaced people in need of a meal.
SÃ£o Paulo-based rapper Kleber Gomes is known throughout Brazil simply as Criolo. He started from humble beginnings, but these days he's making hip-hop that's reaching a whole generation of young Brazilians.