Articles by Isabelle Gerretsen
Zelimkhan Bakaev has been missing since August. Activists claim he was murdered within 10 hours of arriving in the Russian republic.
Students say that they cannot pray five times a day as the university has restricted access to the room at weekends.
Ziad Doueiri was ordered to appear before a Lebanese military court last month because his previous film was shot in Israel.
Authorities suggested that LGBT citizens in the Muslim-majority country would be subject to mandatory testing for sexually transmitted diseases.
The man allegedly supported "Operation Harvest Festival" in November 1943, when at least 17,000 Jews were shot dead in graves they had to dig themselves.
White supremacist Randy Furniss was later punched while attending a speech by alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer in Florida.
Prince had a history of violent behaviour towards and was fired from his previous job for allegedly punching a coworker.
Mustapha Ramid reportedly has referred to journalists as "traitors" and human rights activists as "hateful" in the past.
Spanish government rejects Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont's threat to declare independence unless talks are held.
The 23-year-old biomedical student wrote her mother an emotional suicide note before falling 30 metres inside the cathedral.
The attacks come just two days after Taliban gunmen stormed a police training centre in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 74 people.
Billboards have sprung up in several African countries for a product that claims to "visibly lighten women's skin colour".
Police arrested ten suspects with ties to far-right extremist Logan Alexandre Nisin who wrote online that he planned to attack "blacks, migrants and jihadist scoundrels."
The peace activist was slammed online for swapping her traditional Pakistani dress for casual Western clothing.
Rabbi Samuel Hiller has been sentenced to up to three years in prison for using funding for children with special needs for his personal expenses and business interests.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised that law enforcement agencies will investigate the allegations, but activists say the situation has not improved.
Taliban threats, extreme poverty and child marriage prevent many girls in Afghanistan from getting a proper education.
Isauro Aguirre whipped, beat and burned his girlfriend's son, Gabriel Fernandez, with cigarettes for months before his death.
New harassment laws would ban men from catcalling and wolf-whistling at women on French streets.
Enforcement officers were horrified to discover Romanian workers living in a vermin-riddled house with no working smoke detectors.