Hundred shelter in relief centres set up by government after floods washed away homes, possessions, and livelihoods.
One year after the rebel attack, thousands of displaced people continue to struggle in makeshift camps.
More than two decades after the collapse of communism, the legacy of Soviet rule remains strong in the country.
UN conference in Samoa tackling challenges facing the world's small island states attracts little media coverage
In contrast to US, strict gun controls and restrained policing have slashed number of deaths by firearms in Australia.
Those behind moves to change Australia's constitution say its current framework has led to indigenous disadvantage.
Voting is underway in a presidential election tipped to be the tightest contest in the country's history.
Almost 250 million voters in the world's third largest democracy have a chance to make history on Wednesday.
Do compulsory helmet laws or plans to license cyclists do more harm than good?
Thailand's military takeover has many asking: what happens next?
Modi will have to juggle strong personalities and show the public at large that he is up to "cleaning up politics".