Bolivia allows children as young as 10 to work under a controversial 2014 law. The law, unique in the world, is aimed at protecting and empowering child workers. Critics question whether it works.
In Brazil, a spike in yellow fever cases came after a drought was followed by deluge — and a bumper crop of mosquitoes.
A European-style autocrat is dominating the U.S. election, and the media shares the blame for his rise.
The cure for leprosy came too late for the patients who've been living at an asylum in Sri Lanka for most of their lives.
In Peru, thriving agribusiness, declining aquifers and conflicts over water.
Barren fields in Morocco reveal risks of severe depletion in North Africa.
In India, some areas are rapidly running out of groundwater.
Dry wells and sinking ground as state struggles with groundwater crisis.
Nationwide analysis shows depletion of groundwater widespread and worsening.
The new nuclear with the U.S. has opened the door for some Iranians to question their country's foreign policy.
The Iranian slogan "Death to America" angers many Americans. But Iranian leaders say it really means "Death to American Foreign Policy." That's just one dispute about future relations.
For the vast majority of Iran's Jewish community, the U.S.-Iran nuclear accord spells good news. Iranian Jews tend not to be hawks, and most believe that the deal will establish regional stability.