The number of executions in Egypt surge to an unprecedented level as do the allegations of unfair trials and confessions extracted through torture.
The 28-year-old journalist and his fiancee were shot dead at their home on February 21 last year, sparking protests and leading to the resignation of former prime minister Robert Fico.
Pakistan has denied any involvement in suicide bombing in the Indian-administered Kashmir last week and has called for UN intervention while the country's Prime Minister Imran Khan says he wants stability.
Last week 20-year-old Adil Ahmed Dar rammed an SUV full of explosives into a convoy of Indian paramilitary forces in India-held Kashmir. His family paints a picture of a family man who was changed by Kashmir’s unending conflict.
Violence in Kashmir does not take place within a vacuum, and the Indian government will only aggravate it further if it does not concede that its root causes lie in its treatment of Kashmiris.
Footage captured of last month’s encounter between Native American war veteran Nathan Phillips and Covington Catholic High School students swept social media, stirring debate over whether the teenagers were mocking Phillips.
Corruption allegations surrounding the Indian government's aviation deal with France have the potential to lead to a defeat for Modi's government in the upcoming election.
The country's political opposition say they are losing faith in federal institutions, especially the investigating agency CBI, and accuse Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the ruling BJP of using them for political vendetta.
Instagram has agreed to ban graphic images of self-harm after objections were raised in Britain following the suicide of a teen whose father said the photo-sharing platform had contributed to her decision to take her own life.
US foreign policy is based around freedom and democracy, but its Middle Eastern allies, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, are blatantly violating the universal human rights.
El Salvador Supreme Electoral Court says that with nearly 80 percent of ballots counted, Nayib Bukele had 53 percent of the votes.
Demonstrators take to streets in capital Khartoum and its twin city Omdurman as President Omar al Bashir says Facebook and WhatsApp can't replace presidents.
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