Director of Amnesty Turkey, İdil Eser, has already spent 100 days behind bars. Turkey has been accused of "frequent attacks on human rights".
In a landmark move, Michael and Kai Korok have become the first same-sex couple in Germany to jointly adopt a child.
By day and by night they come, an endless tide of humanity streaming out of Myanmar into Bangladesh. Rohingya Muslim men, women and children hoping to find sanctuary in one of the poorest regions of a poor country.
King Salman issued a decree allowing women to be given driving licences, in what some say was the first step towards women's empowerment in the Kingdom.
More Rohingya refugees have chosen to trek for days in monsoon weather to find sanctuary in one of the poorest regions of a poor country. Yet the Myanmar government denies ethnic cleansing and says "clearance operations" have ended.
Liberal National Party candidate Kerry-Anne Dooley posted a picture of herself with a man in blackface, impersonating Aboriginal musician Mandawuy Yunupingu from Yothu Yindi.
The Rohingya routinely flee to Bangladesh to escape alleged persecution in Buddhist-majority Myanmar, where they live in segregated conditions and are regarded as stateless people.
Malala's astonishing achievements have left many wondering whether the young woman is a future world leader.
He asked Hollywood actor to use commercial satellites to document evidence of war crimes committed by Gaddafi and his general during Libyan civil war.
The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor also asked George Clooney to help him spy on Colonel Gaddafi in Libya.
Ratings agency S&P places region on negative credit watch as Catalan banks contemplate incorporating elsewhere in Spain.
Farid al-Atrash and Issa Amro face criminal charges for their involvement in a February 2016 demonstration in the city of Hebron, West Bank.
Video surfaces as rights group claims security forces killed at least 17 people during pro-independence demonstrations in English speaking areas on 1 October.
US among 13 countries that voted against resolution calling on nations to stop using death penalty "arbitrarily or in a discriminatory manner".
Myanmar's de facto leader criticised for her perceived lack of action to address alleged human rights abuses against Rohingya Muslims.