Philippine Nobel laureate Ressa’s news company asked to shut down

Philippine Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa’s news company Rappler was ordered Wednesday to shut down,

Boat with 200 Haitian migrants runs aground off Cuba

A boat carrying more than 200 Haitian migrants headed for the United States ran aground off the coast of Cuba on Tuesday,

Police deployed in Indian city after sectarian killing

Hundreds of police were deployed and mobile internet was cut in an Western India’s Udaipur on Wednesday following..

101-year-old ex-Nazi camp guard faces German court verdict

A German court will give its verdict on Tuesday in the trial of a 101-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard,

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte steps down as term ends

Rodrigo Duterte, who steps down as Philippine president Thursday, has earned international infamy for his deadly drug war..

At least 16 people killed in missile attack on Ukraine mall

A Russian missile strike on a crowded mall in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk killed at least 16 people,

Indian police arrest Modi critic who runs fact-checking website

Indian police on Monday arrested the co-founder of a top fact-checking website who has been a vocal critic of prime minister..

At least four killed, several hundreds hurt in Colombia accident

At least four people were killed and more than 300 were injured on Sunday when the grandstand at a bullring in Colombia ..

Ecuadoran president announces to cut fuel prices following protests

Ecuadoran president Guillermo Lasso announced Sunday that the country will cut fuel prices, which had sparked weeks..

Myanmar’s Suu Kyi moved to solitary confinement in prison

Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been moved from house arrest to solitary confinement in a prison ..