Egypt’s parliament on Monday passed a law that could make senior military officers immune from future prosecution over to violence that followed the 2013 ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi.
Hundreds of Nicaraguans took to the streets of capital Managua on Monday to demand justice for the victims of a violent crackdown on protests against President Daniel Ortega, which claimed another 12 lives over the weekend.
France on Monday expelled an Islamist suspected of being a spiritual tutor to one of the killers in the attack on Charlie Hebdo newspaper and to one of the attackers at a Jewish supermarket in 2015.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will accept four changes to its customs legislation proposed by eurosceptics within her party on a law designed to create a functioning and independent customs policy, her spokesman said on Monday.
Gunmen shot dead 14 civilians in an attack on a village in northeastern Mali, a local official said on Monday, amid a spate of killings by rival ethnic groups and jihadist militants that threatens to derail a presidential election later this month.
Philippine soldiers arrested the wife of a top leader of a pro-Islamic State militant group, and killed a suspected bomber in separate raids in a southern city, the army said on Monday.
Afghan police on Monday shot a suspected suicide bomber as he approached a demonstration in the center of the capital Kabul, officials said.
Four miners were killed and six injured on Monday when the roof of a coal mine in western Georgia collapsed, the country’s interior ministry said.
Kenya Power’s Chief Executive Officer gave himself up to police on Sunday and was in their custody, police said, a day after the east African country said it wanted to charge him over alleged economic crimes.
Five miners died on Sunday in a fire at a South African copper mine operated by unlisted Palabora Mining Company, the company said in a statement.
Two protesters were killed on Sunday in clashes with Iraqi security forces in the town of Samawa, a police official said, amid growing anger in southern cities over poor public services and widespread corruption.
Prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s political party under an anti-terrorism law, 10 days before a hotly contested general election, according to a police report.
U.S. President Donald Trump left Britain on Sunday after a visit in which his criticism of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans overshadowed attempts to present a strengthened bilateral relationship.
Algeria has deported nearly 400 African migrants trying to reach Europe, sending them back over the Sahara desert into neighboring Niger, the U.N. migration agency (IOM) and Niger said on Sunday.
Police in India said on Sunday they were looking for five men after a 35-year-old woman was gang raped and burned alive in the northern city of Sambhal, the latest registered rape in a country that sees hundreds of cases of sexual violence against women each year.
A 55 year-old man has been arrested following a protest at U.S. President Donald Trump’s golf course in Scotland on Friday, Scottish police said, after a an activist used a powered parachute to get within a few hundred yards of the president.
Two Palestinians were killed and one was wounded in an explosion on Sunday in a building in Gaza, health officials said.
Pakistani authorities arrested ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam on Friday night shortly after they returned to face lengthy prison sentences, hoping galvanize their beleaguered party ahead of a July 25 election.
An American detained in Vietnam last month is set to go on trial next Friday, days after U.S. Secretary of State raised the case with local officials during a Hanoi visit.
Myanmar police have arrested a prominent government critic on suspicion of violating sedition laws, the critic and media said on Friday, an offense that carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at an election rally in southwestern Pakistan, the group’s AMAQ news agency said on Friday.
A suicide bomber killed 128 people at an election rally in southwestern Pakistan in the second election-related attack on Friday, officials said, amid growing tensions over ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s return ahead of the July 25 vote.
A British man who suggested Islamist militants should target four-year-old Prince George – destined to be Britain’s future king – was sentenced to life in jail on Friday.
A suicide bomber hit a campaign event in southwestern Pakistan, a police official said, killing 27 people in the second election-related attack on Friday amid tensions over ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s return ahead of the July 25 vote.