Articles By Jacey Fortin
Mir Hossein Mousavi, arguably Iran's most prominent opposition figure, has returned to house arrest after undergoing a brief round of heart examinations at a Tehran hospital.
Falling bridges, crashing trains and other preventable tragedies expose the underlying inefficiencies of China's infrastructure boom.
The Syrian civil war has sparked new levels of violence in neighboring Lebanon.
The South African government has decided that all consumer goods produced on the West Bank must be labeled as coming from the occupied Palestinian territories -- and Israel is very angry.
France will abandon some of its discriminatory policies against Roma immigrants and give them greater access to the French job market.
The Iranian regime has good reason to restrict young people's access to education, regardless of gender.
Meles Zenawi's death has great implications not only for Ethiopia, but for Western diplomacy across the African continent.
South Africa's mining protests underscore a new dynamic -- the organizations that once wrested power from an oppressive minority are now being targeted as oppressors themselves.
Hungary's best and brightest are feeling pinched by an increasingly demanding government.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has plans to invest heavily in the country's future Olympians -- even though most of the population still lives in poverty.