After a teenage girl was gang raped in India, village leaders imposed a $750 fine on the ringleader. He then set the girl on fire.
It was almost inevitable that Alexey Navalny's day of protest would end in multiple arrests.
The Pulitzer prize-winner pulls out of a festival after writer Zinzi Clemmons confronted him.
The campaign group Human Rights Watch says Sheikha Latifa has not been heard from for two months.
Thousands of demonstrators in Paris danced, picnicked and railed against Emmanuel Macron at a demonstration on Saturday, expressing anger at reforms championed by the French president.
Michael Skakel may face a retrial over a 1975 murder, for which he was found guilty in 2002.
A 16-year-old girl has been raped and burned to death in India in the latest case of sexual violence to hit the country.
The 93-year-old former president had been in intensive care for a blood infection.
Doctors and nurses are among 21 arrested over a Europe-wide scam involving forged prescriptions.
Donald Trump's suggestion that guns could help tackle violent crime in London is "ridiculous", a surgeon in the capital has said.
The photographer Nobuyoshi Araki is known for his explicit work. Now his model says she was exploited, raising questions about power dynamics among artists and those who work with them.
The 200th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth has been marked with the unveiling of a statue in the city where he was born.
The Kremlin critic had urged Russians to take to the streets to protest the rule of President Vladimir V. Putin, who begins his fourth term on Monday.
The opposition leader is arrested as he joins a demonstration ahead of the president's inauguration.
In a speech at a National Rifle Association conference in Dallas, the president described a British hospital as “like a war zone for horrible stabbing wounds.”
Police say 14 people have been arrested in connection with the rape and murder of the teenager.
Former Fiorentina captain Davide Astori's family thank fans for their support since his death aged 31 in March.
Protests against Vladimir Putin ahead of his inauguration for a fourth presidential term have taken place across Russia.
A petition saying a key secondary-school test in the state of Baden-Württemberg used unfairly obscure vocabulary has gathered nearly 36,000 signatures.
The Big Island of Hawaii is shaken by a powerful tremor, a day after the eruption of the Kilauea volcano.
Concerns are growing that a Dubai princess is the victim of an "enforced disappearance" after attempting a dramatic escape from her family.
Hundreds of airline workers in Seoul demanded the ouster of the company’s chairman because of the behavior of his daughters.
A ban on women in the "purified" space is lifted in a bid to modernise the traditional sport.
It’s the biggest health crisis you’ve never heard of. Doctors, philanthropists and companies are trying to solve it.
It is hard to find a French person born before 1960 who does not recall the upheaval that changed French culture and society over the course of a few weeks of often violent protest.
The Second Fleet returns to its old base seven years after disbandment, in efforts to counter Russia.
NASA will launch a mission to Mars this weekend which - if successful - will reveal whether the planet could ever be habitable.
A college has apologised after two Native American teenagers were removed from a campus tour because a woman told police their behaviour was "really odd".
Ms. Vestager is the world’s most powerful regulator, having levied billions in fines against Silicon Valley firms such as Apple, Google and Facebook.
Police are investigating a car crash involving a self-driving vehicle owned by Google's Waymo.
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