One year after the earthquake, a look at the current status and the future of Haiti.
Rape of women and children is reportedly on the rise in the camps in Haiti. Michel Martin interviews Lisa Armstrong about the women she has encountered and the stories they have shared.
In an effort to boost the country's tourism industry after years of Maoist insurgency, Nepal is marketing itself as a destination for gay and lesbian visitors.
The uneasy co-existence of a Maoist rebel army and the national army leaves Nepal and its neighbors on edge.
The dispute over whether the oil rich area of Abyei belongs to the north or south could reignite the Sudanese civil war.
For the first time in decades, scientists from Cuba and the US are officially collaborating on Gulf of Mexico research. Lygia Navarro reports from Sarasota, Florida.
The market for women's eggs is booming. But wide differences in price and poor regulation over human egg donations have created an international black market for eggs
Worldview interviews Karen Zusman on the plights of Burmese Refugees in Malaysia, who often face immigration raids, poor conditions in detention centers and even financial extortion.
Scott Carney speaks about his reporting on the sale of human eggs on The Leonard Lopate Show.
More than 1000 people died in the Paris Heat Wave of 2003. Now other parts of the world, including the U.S., could soon face significantly increased climate extremes.
One journalist rethinks her Western stereotypes of Africa and the Central African Republic.
A hydroelectric power plant changed life for the small town of Agua Blanca. But the shrinking of the glaciers in Bolivia is threatening the greatest source of power for most of the country, and the only one for Agua Blanca.