Resende Costa residents are united by their love of theirs rugs, arts and crafts but divided over politics.
The birthplace of the Arab Spring holds elections on Sunday. The Arab world is once again waiting for inspiration.
Zambia's Michael Sata is clearly in poor health. But the government is tight-lipped about his condition and whereabouts.
With state aid, cheap homes and doctors, it's easy to see why places like Bonito De Minas back the Brazilian president.
What happens after bombs stop falling, and those who waged war on ISIL are left to make sure history does not repeat?
Horror operations based on church doctrine, abuse, neglect. Ireland escapes criticism and largely ignores the victims.
We're often told humans are bad for the planet. But Australia has found that the Outback is suffering without us.
Thailand's prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha consults fortune-tellers. But for most Thais the future remains unclear.
Rare open sessions on "forcible cell extractions" and feedings provide a rare glimpse of US prison's routine practices.