BRASILIA (Reuters) – Lawyers defending Brazilian President Michel Temer against corruption allegations asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to remove the prosecutor general from the investigation, arguing he is no longer fit to lead it.
South Africa’s Wayde van Niekerk completes the first leg of a possible World Championship double with 400m victory.
Rhinestone Cowboy singer Glen Campbell dies at the age of 81, his family says.
A key concern was whether Kenya would echo its 2013 election, a mostly peaceful affair, or the 2007 election, which led to deadly violence.
National Commission for Disaster Reduction releases preliminary analysis of the tremor based on data from the region
“Atypical,” a comedy that centers on an autistic high schooler, does its title proud: It’s the kind of show Netflix should have been making all along but never tried.
A Minneapolis-Area Mosque Was Bombed Over the Weekend but Received Scant Media Attention
Today, world talks about Turkey after AK Party’s 15-year rule, president tells public gathering in northern Trabzon
Lawmakers expected to meet German troops stationed in central Turkey airbase next month
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced Tuesday that if approved by the Senate, Australia would hold a non-binding and mandatory poll – the fourth in Australian history and the first in 43 years.
In efforts to curtail the practice of ‘honor killings,’ a new hotline has been set up to support married couples from different religious backgrounds.
Moderate supporters of Iran’s president cry foul as he fails to name a single female minister.