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The South American country of Guyana has ordered an in-depth investigation into the 1980 assassination of Walter Rodney, a local historian and black activist who was involved in the Black Power movement in the U.S. and the Caribbean.
Ukraine's Berkut riot police were tough guys, recruited from among former paratroops and marines, originally to bolster street cops in the fight against organized crime.
NATO has registered a first in its long history, with five women among the defense ministers who turned up Wednesday to attend a policy-making meeting at the alliance's headquarters.
A Gaza teen stabbed to death by her brother while she prayed in her room has become the latest addition to a grim statistic: Palestinian women killed by relatives, often for allegedly shaming the family.
An Al Qaeda-inspired extremist was sentenced to life without parole Wednesday for hacking an off-duty British soldier to death on a London street in front of horrified passers-by.
Israel's defense ministry says it successfully completed final testing on a system that protects commercial planes from missile attacks.
Security officials in Yemen say militants have killed an intelligence chief in a southern province.
Greece's prime minister says the cash-strapped country could earn up to 150 billion euros ($206 billion) in three decades from offshore oil and gas deposits.
Hospital officials say a 16-year-old boy has died of gunshot wounds suffered when Islamic extremists attacked students at a northeast Nigerian school.
A French military spokesman says two medical aid workers were injured when their vehicle hit a land mine in the northern Mali city of Kidal.
A Pew Research Center poll says India's Hindu nationalist opposition party is leading the incumbent Congress party in the run-up to national elections this year.
The leader of Northern Ireland's unity government has threatened to resign because of revelations the British government has supplied so-called get out of jail free letters to Irish Republican Army fugitives from justice.
Sentencing is underway for two al-Qaida-inspired extremists convicted of murdering an off-duty British soldier who was stabbed to death in a frenzied attack on a London street.
LIFE examines the history beneath St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. For more photos, click here.
Supporters of Thailand's embattled prime minister chained shut the headquarters of the National Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday, a day before it plans to charge her with mishandling a government rice subsidy program.
A Vietnamese dissident says unidentified men assaulted him this week as he was heading to a meeting with an Australian diplomat to talk about the human rights situation in the country.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman appears set to remain in Mexico's highest-security prison for the foreseeable future, as the government puts off U.S. extradition in a move that could bolster President Enrique Pena Nieto's nationalist credentials but also shine a spotlight on the country's woeful judicial system.
New Zealand's government has announced plans to sell a slice of a third state-owned power company as the final step in a contentious program of asset sales.
Jamaica's works minister says a Chinese company wants to build its own coal-fired plant to generate power to build a hoped-for $1.5 billion port project.