How Kashmiris are navigating the increasing threat of Hindu nationalist mobs in big Indian cities and why many of them are moving back to their conflict-torn home.
The US marshals shot a man they were trying to arrest on a warrant on Wednesday evening in the working-class neighbourhood of Frayser, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Ugur Gallenkus, 29, says his work covers subjects from all over the world, including war, famine, violence against women, income inequality and climate change.
Critics accuse the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of attempting to silence media through violence and coercion, while the recent arrests of three journalists for "defaming" a monk-turned-chief minister triggered public outrage.
The intrusive visa policies under the Trump administration are not only a violation of people's privacy but can backfire against the US in its quest to attract the world's best talent.
Brazil's Justice Minister Sergio Moro laments what he called the "criminal invasion" of the phones of several prosecutors involved in a sprawling anti-graft probe that has put dozens of top politicians and businessmen behind bars.
Reyes, who shot to fame at Sevilla before a switch to Arsenal followed by spells at Real and Atletico Madrid, was on the books with second tier Spanish club Extremadura.
Virginia Beach police say the suspect, who opened fire at the city's municipal centre, was a longtime current municipal employee and described him as "disgruntled." The shooting is the 150th mass shooting in the US this year.
The US president has imposed tariffs on Mexico to punish the country for failing to stop the flow of migrants towards the US border. It’s a tactic he uses frequently to pressure rivals.
The country's police force is being accused of the inept and insensitive handling of the case of 10-year-old Farishta, raising questions about the entire justice system.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa cut cabinet ministers from 36 to 28 to tackle "bloated" government and improve efficiency while appointing more women in cabinet to achieve gender diversity.
Internet security firm FireEye said a network of fake social media accounts impersonated political candidates and journalists to spread messages supporting Iran and against US President Donald Trump during the 2018 congressional elections.
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