A year after a major earthquake, people in one community are still honoring a man who saved lives by pulling people from the rubble. In the minutes after the quake, when some others were too dazed or fearful to move, Laxmi Sundar Gainju began searching for survivors.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of Mexicans gather to celebrate Día de Muertos with colorful and elaborate costumes and parade floats. And even after two devastating earthquakes, this year was going to be no different.
Drought and late rainfall in Zimbabwe has hurt cotton harvests. Even with the government supplying $42 million to help the industry, farmers are struggling to produce enough of the crop to sustain their livelihoods.