Indonesia’s government has resurrected its “Return to Village” movement.
The Persian Gulf emirate has launched a system that links thousands of cameras across the capital.
The Vietnamese government has announced a plan to ban millions of motorbikes from the city center by 2025. It already faces opposition from residents.
As Rawabi continues to be built despite challenges, some tout it as a model for a Palestinian state. Others believe it hinders Palestinian rights.
Beit Beirut once served as a sniper’s den.
Thai authorities say they will finally move the city’s power, cable, and telecommunications lines underground after the philanthropist posted about it—incorrectly—on Facebook.
In the U.S., only New Jersey mandates this practice.
Kampung Baru, a rustic hamlet in the middle of the Malaysian capital, has staved off development for decades. Can it continue to hold out?
The restoration of a historic Philadelphia thoroughfare has proven more difficult than expected.
A Cairo group finds a massive geographic disparity in infrastructure spending between so-called “new cities” and existing ones.
A deadly fire in a Hong Kong storage facility underscores two of the city’s knottiest issues: affordable housing and revitalization.
Satellite imagery and lasers are generating stunning new finds at sites like Angkor and Petra.
The idea is to make finding a space to play ball in overcrowded Seoul a little easier.
The gay, Muslim lead singer of Beirut’s Mashrou‘ Leila spoke out against simplistic statements on Islam and the LGBT community.
Two designers in the Egyptian capital decided to tackle one of city’s biggest issues: plastic bags.
A Swiss funicular that has run on waste water for over a century shows no signs of slowing down.
In Copenhagen’s Norrebro District, well-meaning “ghetto tours” are breaking down social barriers. They could also be changing the neighborhood.
Vimto, a fruity English soft drink, is now a favorite way to break the fast.