The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Greek island of Kafelonia in the Ionian Sea. It's one of several getaways for tourists who wish to get out of their clothes. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Samantha Taylor who runs the Vassaliki Naturist Club there.
Greece's Prime Minister faces an enormous challenge to rein in his country's enormous debt. But to do that, George Papandreou has to face the legacy of corruption widely identified with his father. Joanne Kakissis reports from Athens.
Hungary's new prime minister, Viktor Orban, has only been in power for a week, but on Friday, some officials on his team said that their country may be headed toward a Greek-style financial crisis, with credit default looming.
Over the past few weeks, the debt crisis has unfolded with violence and drama in Greece and the European Union. We take the pulse of the Greek-American community here in the U.S. and hear how problems back in Greece are affecting those who live here.
Two bombs exploded in Greece in the last 24 hours. Two people were injured. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Malcolm Brabant to find out if there's a connection to the country's economic crisis.
Greeks are grappling with the aftermath of two bombings. Now a sense of malaise and uncertainty has settled over the country as it tries to climb out of debt. But The World's Gerry Hadden found one local musician who's trying lift people's spirits.
One of the largest concentrations of Greeks outside Greece is in Queen's, New York ? specifically the area known as Astoria. So what do they make of the financial troubles back in the old country? The World's Alex Gallafent went to find out.
Greece owes lenders hundreds of billions of dollars, its deficit is over 13 percent and the economy is in recession. As Greeks come to terms with the the future they're also reflecting on just how they got to this point. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Athens is one of the few world capitals without an official mosque. Greece is finally building one. But until then, the city's thousands of Muslims will continue praying in rented out garages, basements and apartments.
In recent months, English-speaking Cameroonians have stood up against a Francophone regime they say treats them like second-class citizens. Amid a government crackdown, some young English speakers have lost hope and joined refugees from Iraq, Syria and Libya on the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean.