Despite a fatwa allowing in vitro fertilization, the subject is still taboo in Iran. But with high rates of infertility, more couples are turning to the procedure. For one couple, the fear of remaining childless outweighs the shame of getting help.
A ruling by Iran's top religious leader banning women from cycling has led to angry social media users posting pictures of themselves riding their bikes in protest of the fatwa.
Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has to juggle business interests with Iran's involvement in Syria's civil war. More than 100 executives and journalists will be on hand to take in the show.
An Indian government initiative to preserve the minority Parsi community in Mumbai is showing signs of success. To reverse a shrinking birth rate, the project pays couples to have children. Murali Krishnan reports.
For decades, Rushdie dealt with death threats for his book "The Satanic Verses," yet it hasn't stopped him from speaking his mind. On June 19, the brave author turns 70.
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