A harrowing memoir is part of an effort to bring Islamic State members to justice.
The arrests of the six company officials points to a possible struggle over loyalties in the country.
The statement puts more pressure on authorities in the country amid a massive humanitarian crisis.
Emmerson Mnangagwa, once Mugabe’s chief enforcer, is expected to be sworn in Friday even as questions remain about whether he can bring change.
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The country desperately needs large-scale shipments of fuel, food, water and medicine.
The principal said the school will “substantially alter” the design of the statue.
The administration wants to influence peace talks, but the role could lead to conflict with Syria and Iran.
The Lebanese leader is finally back in Beirut, but his future — and that of the country — are far from clear.
The London Times says Russian cybercriminals have been enjoying five-star vacations using the frequent-flier miles of unsuspecting British customers
The players would most probably have been returned to the U.S., not imprisoned, experts say.
The statement puts more pressure on authorities in the country, which is in the midst of a massive humanitarian crisis.
Calling his history checkered would be an understatement.
Ratko Mladic's conviction on Wednesday may be a legal victory, but meanwhile denial of the massacre has reached an unprecedented scale in Serbia.
“He should enjoy the view every day when he looks out the window,” one of the project organizers said.
The Navy is conducting search-and-rescue operations for the remaining three.
Trauma surgeon Lee Cook-jong has been playing pop songs and action movies for the soldier.
The former Serb warlord was sentenced to life in prison by an international criminal tribunal.
He was off duty, shopping with his wife, when the armed men announced a robbery.