Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Drug violence in Mexico has captured the attention of social media world that has citizens turning to it for information and governments trying to rein it in.
A clash between Coptic Christians and the Egyptian military left 24 people dead and has many searching for answers.
A transit strike in Athens, Greece, on Monday was just the latest in a string of protests as the Greek government tries to get its massive budget deficits in hand.
A Florida company, Odyssey Marine Exploration, is using new technology to haul decades old shipwrecks off the ocean floor. The valuable cargoes can then be split between the company and the government's that own the vessels.
As America and Russia lurch through a post-Cold War era, one aspect of Russian culture has firmly embraced America: using Hollywood actors in ads.
Afghanistan's justice system is in shambles, but some are trying to restore the country's faith in the rule of law while protecting women and girls.
A major campaign is underway in Zimbabwe to try and reduce HIV/AIDS infections by increasing the rate of circumcision in men.
An Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador in Washington and attack his embassy and the Israeli embassy has been foiled by U.S. law enforcement.