A Cold War-Era “no comment” policy resurfaces in the trial of Catholic activists.
Thirty-seven men were beheaded last week in Saudi Arabia. Most of them were from the country’s minority Shia community.
A new Pentagon report counts only a fraction of the civilian casualties confirmed by NGOs, according to numbers reported by Amnesty International and Airwars.
Kate Nash knows what Lyra McKee's family is going through. She has been waiting almost 50 years to see the man she believes responsible for her brother’s 1972 killing in Londonderry convicted. She also knows that day may never come.
Farhan Warfaa was just 17 when he was detained and tortured by a former Somali army chief. Decades later, he finally gets his day in court — in the United States, just as the Supreme Court begins to close the door on cases like these.
One week after the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, authorities warn that extremists may be planning more attacks, while religious sites are starting to rebuild from the destruction.
Leaders are accused of embezzling well over a billion dollars earmarked for social and development projects in Haiti, fueling protests that shut down the country.
Authorities in Sri Lanka urged people to pray at home instead of in mosques and stationed guards outside those that remained open.
Between Chinese expansion and US “freedom to navigate” missions in the South China Sea, security and sovereignty is a growing concern for the Philippines.
Nearly three years on, Colombia's fragile peace process is faltering as armed gangs and drug cartels continue to grip the country.