International aid groups are rotating doctors into the besieged Libyan city of Misrata and evacuating migrant workers as fighting rages between rebels and pro-government forces, U.S. officials said on Monday. Full story
Cuba attacked dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez in a nationally televised program on Monday, accusing of her being part of a "cyberwar" against the communist island by the United States and other enemies. Full story
Donald Steinberg, Deputy Administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development, explains why the U.S. is now backing down on helping Afghan women.
NBC News terrorism analyst Roger Cressey gives his analysis of the Taliban’s execution of U.S. aid workers in Afghanistan.
A political panel debates how the execution of U.S. aid workers in Afghanistan could affect the U.S. strategy in the country.
In this Oct. 28, 2010 photo, a soldier waits for a circumcision procedure at a local clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe. The U.S. Agency for International Development is leading a war on AIDS that may help save hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans by funding male circumcision, considered a significant reduc
Afghan security force members stand outside a USAID compound in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, Friday, July 2, 2010 after it was stormed by militants wearing suicide vests. Six suicide bombers attacked the compound Friday, killing at least four people and wounding several others, officials said.