Global Scan

Who leads the world in small-scale solar power? Try Bangladesh

Sometimes being behind is a plus. With an unreliable electric grid, many in Bangladesh have gone solar, making the country a worldwide leader. Meanwhile, in Tunisia, doctors are offering to help women become "virgins" again, and Colorado grapples with just how public its newly-legal marijuana should be. That and more in today's Global Scan.


In the spotlight: Breakdancing (and hope) in Tunisia


The revolution succeeded in Tunisia, but though the politics have changed, things haven't gotten much better for the country's youth. Unemployment is high, young people feel hopeless, and they're targets for jihadi recruiters. But, here's one group — a breakdancing troupe — that's trying to give young Tunisians a sense of belonging and a place to blow off steam.