Correspondent Aya Batrawy reports from Cairo on the bitter rivalry between soccer clubs Egypt and Algeria. Their last match caused riots in both countries. Now they're set to meet tomorrow in the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations in Angola.
The 'Red Shirt' protesters in Bangkok, Thailand say they represent the poor. Many are from the country's poorer regions in rural northeast Thailand. Simon Montlake went there to learn what is fueling the deadly political tensions in the capital.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on changing labor conditions in China. Workers there are increasingly pressing their case for higher wages and better work conditions. That means Chinese businesses are having to rethink their profit models.
Experts suggest asbestos exposure in poor countries could lead to more than a million new deaths by 2030. Steve Bradshaw and a team of journalists investigated for a joint report by the ICIJ and the BBC. He speaks to the World's Anchor Marco Werman.
Trash is cash for many living in the Quezon City dumpsite near Manila in the Philippines but it's also perilous. Ten years ago a pile of rain soaked garbage crashed down, burying nearly 300 squatters. Reporter Simone Orendain visited the dumpsite.
A French street artist known as JR has been awarded the 2011 TED Prize. The $100,000 prize rewards an artist known for plastering huge black-and-white photos of ordinary people in some of the world's worst slums.
Africans have journeyed to Malta, which lies between Africa and continental Europe. When their requests for asylum are denied, they become stuck in the EU's smallest nation. In part 3 on nomadic migration and skin color, Phillip Martin reports.