At an emergency session of the United Nations Security Council on Sunday, U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Samantha Power, accused Moscow of committing war crimes in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
President Manuel hopes deal would revive derailed economy & peace.
Sixteen major food companies urged to cut overreliance on animal protein.
Legislation to allow authorities to tap phones and snoop on emails.
“I am tired” campaign uses streetside theater, graffiti, sculpture and poetry.
Protesters accuse President Kabila of deliberately delaying the elections.
Somali refugees leaving Dadaab camp as they fear being deported.
Many of the migrants fleeing war and poverty in northern African nations.
More than 220,000 killed and millions displaced by decades of bloodshed.
Deal will be subjected to referendum vote before it comes into force.
Violence erupted after two protesters killed in police firing earlier this week.
Inquiry alleges human rights abuse in a drug-related shootout last year.
Kabul government grants amnesty to militant accused of war crimes.
Tested engine to boost North’s carrier capability for various satellites.
Indonesia's official figures estimated just 19 deaths by haze last year.
Rights watchdogs surprised at rare prosecution by the military court.
Germany, Canada to accept double refugee numbers from last year.
Rumors of mass deportations kicked off brawl in Lesbos island camp.
Following a series of raids on refugee shelters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, German police arrested three Syrian men on Tuesday over suspected links to jihadist group Islamic State.
Three suspects planned explosion near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
The Syrian military announced a fresh offensive in the rebel-held parts of eastern Aleppo and pounded the city with a string of airstrikes, killing at least 13 people on Thursday.
No deaths or injuries reported in the assault at air base near Iraq's Mosul.
U.S. defense officials said that two Russian planes were involved in the airstrike that killed 12 people and destroyed 18 trucks of an aid convoy near the Syrian city of Aleppo on Monday.
Rescue workers save more than 150 but some 400 migrants still missing.
Curfew enforced in Charlotte after protests continue for a third day.
The governor of North Carolina declared a state of emergency in the city of Charlotte on Wednesday, as protests over police shooting of a black man spun out of control on the second night after the incident.
N. Carolina officer mistook "unarmed, disabled" man for a wanted suspect.
Investigators say that the crudity of the devices used in the attacks and the low level of planning indicate that the assaults may have been carried out to test the surveillance and response in New York.