A measure to create a special court for Albanian ex-guerrilla leaders accused of human rights violations during the war against Serbia fell five votes short in Kosovo's Parliament.
White House security escorted Jennicet Gutiérrez out of an event earlier this week after she called on the president to stop detaining and deporting LGBTQ undocumented immigrants.
The Stockholm South General Hospital announced that the center — said to be the first in the Nordic country — will open in October.
The pope urged nations not to close their doors on the hundreds of migrants seeking refuge in Europe, and for governments to unite together to combat forced migrations.
67-year-old Lester Bower had been on death row for 30 years, and claimed he was wrongly convicted of killing four men in October, 1983.
The case of Hercules and Leo, two chimpanzees in the custody of a New York university, could address major concerns regarding the rights of animals.
Many hygienic products, such as face washes, have relied on the use of these specks to provide an exfoliating texture appropriate for scrubbing skin.
The 21-year-old Ugandan singer Jemimah Kansiime faces up to 10 years in prison for a music video that authorities say violates the country's anti-pornography law.
Colombia attributed the wreck to motor failure following evasive maneuvers executed by the pilot to avoid its jets, but Venezuela was quick to dispute this account.
With 85 people already executed in 2015 alone, a job ad posted on the country's Ministry of Civil Service website is calling for extra staff to fulfill eight executioner positions.
Hundreds of ethnic Kurds clashed with police and set fire to a hotel after a 25-year-old woman allegedly jumped from the building to avoid being raped.
At the start of his two-day trial on Thursday, 16-year-old Amos Yee pleaded not guilty to charges that followed his release of a video that insulted Singapore's founding prime minister after his death.