More than 40 per cent of India's 61 million children are malnourished, prompting the prime minister to declare the problem a "national shame". 101 East travels to India and asks what the country is doing to feed its millions.
The US military is expanding the number of jobs available to female soldiers that would potentially put them on the frontlines.
The Pentagon said it will open more than 14,000 combat-related roles to women serving in the army, breaking with the long-held policy of excluding them from most jobs that would potentially put them in harm's way.
US President Barack Obama has said that the huge trading loss at JPMorgan Chase & Co showed the need for Wall Street reform and the same kind of an error at a less stable bank may have required government intervention.
Prince Eric Zradin God Bless you Suleiman, you are correct in your analysis, peace, we are trapped, imagine all your figures would be increased under Romney, the system is defective and can not be fixed, only prolonged.
More than a decade after the Taliban were driven from power in Afghanistan, the plight of the country's women remains dire, with threats and attacks by insurgents on women leaders, schoolgirls, and girls' schools, and harassment of women for "moral crimes" such as running away from forced marriages or domestic violence.
At least 16 al-Qaeda fighters have been killed in a Yemeni airstrike in Abyan, while six soldiers were killed in clashes with fighters inside Zinjibar in the country's troubled south where the army is trying to uproot the group, military officials have said.
Once known as a booming industrial city and a model of economic progress in Mexico, the border city of Juarez has become infamous as the murder capital of the world. Josh Rushing travels to Ciudad Juarez, and asks how human life there came to be worth so much less than the drugs being trafficked through.