Around 200,000 people have fled their homes in northeast India after nearly a week of inter-communal violence. At least 40 people are confirmed dead in the violence between local tribes and Muslim immigrants. Many of the bodies found by police have been hacked to death with machetes. Elliot Hannon talks to Robert Siegel.
In many countries, foreign migrant workers often take the blame when economic times are tough and unemployment is high. Now imagine a country where 40 percent of its work force has been imported from overseas. The Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore is such a country.
The changes are evident on a weekend evening visit to Singapore's Geylang Road, where anyone might feel that they've taken a wrong turn and arrived in mainland China. Chinese migrant construction workers pack sidewalk eateries, chattering over plates of dumplings and noodles.
The province of KwaZulu-Natal has emerged as the epicenter of South Africa's HIV epidemic. South Africa already has more people infected with HIV than any other country in the world, but parts of KwaZulu-Natal have HIV rates that are more than twice the national average.
Now in addition to HIV and AIDS, the province is also dealing with a major tuberculosis epidemic.
In the northeastern part of KwaZulu-Natal, dusty dirt tracks wind through pastures and fields of sugar cane. The hillsides are dotted with small huts made of cinder blocks and field stones.
Facebook reported a net loss for the second quarter in its first earnings report since a bumpy initial public offering. The company's share price has fallen sharply since the first day of trading. Audie Cornish speaks with Steve Henn.