International Criminal Court Hails Transfer Of LRA Commander: Ongwen Capture Marks Step In Ending Group's 'Reign Of Terror'
The court's chief prosecutor said that the transfer of the Ugandan rebel commander was a major step in the fight against the group.
Sirul Azhar Umar fled to Australia before the panel of judges at Malaysia's Supreme Court upheld the decision to hang him.
The ruling comes as a prominent Islamist group calls for nationwide strikes to protest the verdict.
Australia’s highest court is hearing a test case challenging the government’s right to intercept asylum seekers’ boats outside its waters.
The Israeli government said the results of the U.N. investigation into the Gaza war are "pre-determined."
Pro-secession politicians hope a high level of support will lead to more tax and political autonomy.
Israel Went To 'Extraordinary Lengths' To Minimize Civilian Casualties During Gaza War: Gen. Dempsey
Israel has faced severe criticism for the high civilian death toll during the 50-day war in Gaza, including from the White House and the U.N.
China is seen as North Korea's principal backer at the UN, but its backing is far from assured, according to a leading UN investigator.
Almost every Scot eligible to vote is registered. That's about 4.2 million people.
Prime Minister David Cameron's job may be on the line if he loses Scotland.
The "economic fugitives" are protected by the lack of an extradition treaty between China and the U.S., a Chinese official said.
HRW officials wanted to release a report on the alleged mass killing of over 800 people last year by forces loyal to Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Israel has come under fire from Amnesty International for shelling Palestinian homes only moments after giving them a "roof knock" warning.
“Sri Lanka has a long history of political violence on a scale unimaginable to Australians,” says head of Australian refugee council.
The government is using this growing fear to sway public opinion on Uyghur separatists.
Asylum In Australia: One Killed And Many Injured As Asylum Seekers Riot At Papua New Guinea Detention Camp In Manus Island
Australia reportedly sends asylum seekers arriving by boat for detention and processing in offshore camps.
Terrorism At The Sochi Olympics: 12 Incredible Ways Russia Is Defending The Olympics From "Black Widow" And Other Terrorists
Russia has deployed an array of operations to deter would-be terrorists from targeting the Winter Games.
Hong Kong says the U.S. messed up the middle name on its provisional arrest warrant request.
Russian authorities have detained a man working at the Moscow U.S. Embassy for allegedly attempting to recruit a Russian intelligence officer.
Human Rights Court Blocks UK From Extraditing Terror Suspect To US; 'Severity Of Mental Condition' Cited As Reason
The European Court of Human Rights, or ECHR, barred on Tuesday the extradition of a British mentally ill terrorism suspect to the U.S.
The ICC has dropped its charges against Kenya’s former Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura, but that means nothing for Uhuru Kenyatta.
Rios Montt, Guatemala's brief military dictator from 1982 to 1983 is set to go to trial on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
A human rights court has ruled that a civilian massacre committed by El Salvador’s military must be investigated.
Texas Secession Movement Forms Political Action Committee Though Secession Remains Unlikely, Illegal
The Texas Nationalist Movement is forming a PAC, but their cause is unlikely and constitutionally impossible.
Secessionist parties in the Catalonia region of Spain have taken a majority of seats in the parliament after early elections Sunday, but the bid for independence will require two oppositional factions to cooperate.
Catalonia moved closer to independence from Spain as secessionists rode public discontent over the country’s financial crisis into office.
Two days after the death of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, anti-"Innocence of Muslim" protests continue in Cairo, Yemen, Sudan, and other parts of the Muslim world, as world leaders appeal for calm.
Saudi Arabia regularly executes convicted criminals by beheading. Its use of the death penalty has been criticized due to a lack of transparency and due process in its criminal justice system
Southeast Asian nations and China must make "meaningful progress" in drafting a code of conduct to deal with territorial disputes in the South China Sea, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.
Divided opinion on Syrian crisis among the members led to a walkout by the Syrian delegation at the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit Thursday hosted by Iran after Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi said the uprising was a "revolution against an oppressive regime."