An overview of military coups, near misses and interventions in Turkish politics.
Luisa Ortega says her family is being harassed and followed by intelligence agents since she challenged President Nicolas Maduro.
The excrement-filled containers are a way for the anti-government resistance to highlight the discrepancy in the force used by the police and the protesters. At least 36 people have been killed in civil unrest over the last six weeks.
Three African countries are in the process of withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, accusing it of bias against Africa. Critics says countries like the Philippines should also be under scrutiny.
Montenegro issued international arrest warrants for two Serbian suspects for their alleged role in a pro-Russian plot to kill the prime minister on election day in October.
Dominic Ongwen is being tried by the The International Criminal Court on 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. He claims he was himself a victim of the organisation after he was abducted as a child.
The president's close friend and two other former aides have been formally charged on suspicion of interfering with state affairs.
The Gambia's information minister calls the ICC the "International Caucasian Court'' and wants nothing to do with it. Other African countries feel the same as two more have begun the process of pulling out.
At least 10 people suspected of being members of the Sinaloa drug cartel were abducted by armed men in Mexico's Puerto Vallarta.
Incirlik air base was a reason for local businesses to set up shop near by, catering to US servicemen but the failed July 15 coup and its knock-on impact on personnel movement has left shop owners in a fix.
Panama will form independent commission of experts to review its legal and financial practices following launch of criminal inquiry by Geneva prosecutor
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