We start with the search for hundreds of missing people.
They haven't been seen since the typhoon hit their home country last week.
Typhoons are the same kinds of storms as hurricanes and Typhoon Bopha was the strongest wind that hid the Philippines this year.
You can see some of the damages left behind in this i-report video.
Storm's heavy rains led the flash floods and landslides.
More than 600 people were killed in this and almost 1,500 others were injured.
More than 700 people are missing, including more than 300 Filipino fishermen.
Search efforts are under way.
Relief groups are trying to get supplies to some of the areas that were hit the worst, but it's difficult because of damage to roads and communication lines.
Next, we are looking at the civil war in Syria.
It's been going on for almost two years now with Syrian government forces fighting against rebel groups.
An official who's representing the UN in the Arab League says a solution is possible but he also described the situation in Syria as bad and getting worse.
Some of the violence is happening in the city of Aleppo.
This You-tube video shows that fire in the city's old market earlier this year.
The old section of Aleppois a world-heritage site.
It's full of historical and cultural significance.
He explores how it's been affected by the civil war.
Aleppo's old city has not seen such devastation since occupied by the Mongol invaders eight centuries ago.
This mosque, for example, dates back to 1315.
This is Syria's rich cultural heritage and now everywhere we look is been scared by war.
Once bustling winding streets, now a maze of ever shifting front lines.
Overhead,the thundering of fighter jets, a small lodging for caravans down the ages, lines in ruins.
For more than three millennia, Aleppo has been a crossroads for traders.
We hurry through the courtyard of a traditional home.
Sheets are strung across streets to block snipers' line of site.
Those who dare venture quickly across.
A unit of fighters records people's names and license plates.
Only those who have shops here are allowed through.
Abu says they are trying to clamp down robberies.
He shows us the list, the highlighted names have cleared out all their possessions.
In one market, a shop recently hit by army fire still smolders.
The heart of old Aleppo, now the historic battle ground for the very uncertain future of Syria.