The harsh conditions and increasingly unpredictable weather in the Guatemalan highlands are putting added stress on poor families and pushing up migration in an area where locals estimate nearly half of the 250 households have already seen someone leave.
Villagers in Aceh claim ExxonMobil is responsible for human rights abuses committed by Indonesian soldiers guarding its natural gas pipeline and processing facility.
Millions of the world’s poorest people, especially children, could feel the pain of America’s belt-tightening.
Home to 100,000 displaced people, the camp now faces potential infiltration by al-Shabaab militants — another terrifying concern on a long list of worries.
A tribal power struggle led to more than 1,000 deaths around Kenya's last presidential election.
Prosecutors in the US and Mexico have banks in their crosshairs for helping drug smugglers and money launderers transfer and hold their illegal earnings.
Ciudad Juarez grabbed headlines as Mexico's murder capital. Now killings are down, and trade is up — for some.
‘Turn off your TV, turn on your brain,’ says the web-savvy YoSoy132 protest movement, in the run-up to the July 1 Mexican presidential election.
Not the low-grade liquor frat boys binge on. Fine tequila, like the stuff sipped on TV's 'Entourage,' stakes its claim on the top shelf.
A chocolate factory tries to tap new tastes in Indonesia.
Panicked residents hustled to escape the city, and, possibly, another giant wave, just eight years after the 2004 devastation.