Companies that make military planes are now in the business of training peacekeepers in places like Darfur.
How blogs, Twitter, and other online tools help the Kogi company's "Korean taco truck" reach its mobile customers.
Shai Agassi, founder of Better Place, has a bold plan involving the creation of the infrastructure necessary to support electric vehicles.
"The Millions' Poet" is the Arab world's "American Idol," but it's not about music; it's all about poetry.
Oscar-winning films 'Slumdog Millionaire' and 'Smile Pinki' focused on poverty in India; some charities have already tapped into their popularity to steer donations to India's poor.
In Nigeria, one man is seeking to bridge the religious divide between Christians and Muslims -- by preaching "Chrislam."
Eduardo De Oliveira of Feet in Two Worlds reports that his town's ESL classes are so popular, immigrants there need to win a lottery to get in.
Iraq's National Museum in Baghdad was formally re-dedicated this week -- it has been closed for six years since chaotic weeks following the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Indian composer A.R.Rahman's score earned him two Oscars -- he says he wanted to get away from musical cliches for "Slumdog."
China's president Hu Jintao visits Africa, signaling his country's interest in doing major business on the continent.