A Thai law student arrested for sharing a critical article about his country’s new king that was posted on Facebook is this year’s winner of South Korea’s most prestigious human rights award.
A pretrial hearing is set in the upcoming murder retrial of a white Ohio police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist.
Some Dutch passengers on KLM flights might have recognized the co-pilot’s voice when he introduced himself on the airline’s Cityhopper services.
Roman Heinze viciously attacked two backpackers on a remote beach last year.
China’s intelligence agencies would have stronger powers to monitor and investigate foreigners and Chinese citizens at home and abroad under a newly proposed law codifying the work of the country’s vast security apparatus.
A man suspected of robbing banks in New York City and Los Angeles has been arrested.
A news agency is reporting that in the days before President Donald Trump took office, then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn blocked a military plan against the Islamic State group that was opposed by Turkey.
Canada’s foreign minister says the government has agreed to create legislation to expand Canada’s international sanctions law to target gross human rights violators.
A Las Vegas police officer used a stun gun seven times and an unapproved neck hold on an unarmed man in a deadly foot chase at a casino over the weekend, authorities said Wednesday.
Bicyclists across the world have pedaled quietly in their annual Ride of Silence to honor those injured or killed while cycling.
Jurors began deliberating Wednesday in the manslaughter trial of a white Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man last year.
Brazilian President Michel Temer late Wednesday denied a report that he endorsed the idea of bribing a now jailed former congressman to keep him quiet.