For young entrepreneurs with big dreams, a small business might not be enough to keep Ghanaians home if they are convinced of greener pastures in Frankfurt.
Recruitment agency ads perpetuate slavery-like conditions in Jordan by posting biodata of migrants seeking domestic work, revealing skin complexion, weight, height, and "price" according to country of origin. Many end up trapped in situations of abuse and exploitation.
Some Yazidi families are returning to their regional homeland to revitalize their fields after five years of displacement and exile when ISIS destroyed their homes and farms.
There are only eight psychiatric hospitals to serve more than 190 million citizens in Nigeria. To close the gap, nonprofits throughout the country are finding new ways to reach out to people in desperate need of care, from online Twitter therapy sessions to community outreach via motorized trikes.
Many South Koreans associate stray cats with bad luck. Seoul city officials are trying to reverse the stigma, but they still have a long way to go.
The government faces a herculean task: battling an epidemic that affects at least 100 people per day, with TB strains that are increasingly drug-resistant.
North Korea might rebuff aid offers out of resentment or for fear that the extra food comes with strings attached.
Cheaper and deadlier than ever, drones are now taking off around the clock in Yemen, as Houthi rebels step up their drone campaign in their fight against the Saudi-backed coalition.
Historically shut out of Indian politics, women are now busting societal prejudices and gaining political power.
After several female porters were trampled to death in Ceuta, Spain, private merchants took measures to improve working conditions. But is it enough?