Masterson is accused of having sexually assaulted four women, including two former girlfriends who allege they were drugged and abused while in a relationship with him.
Zimbabwe's new president remains under sanctions as Mugabe 'granted immunity and retirement package'
Emmerson Mnangagwa, who will be sworn in on Friday, was accused of leading a violent crackdown on opponents in the 2008 presidential election.
Rohingya Muslims live in segregated conditions in the Buddhist-majority Myanmar, where they are regarded as stateless people and unwelcome migrants from Bangladesh.
Rohingya live in segregated conditions in the Buddhist-majority Myanmar, where they are regarded as stateless people and unwelcome migrants from Bangladesh.
Police urged asylum seekers to leave as their stay in the closed down centre, in an area used by the Papua New Guinea navy, was illegal.
Mladić, "know as the Butcher of Bosnia" was found guilty of 10 out of 11 counts of crimes against humanity and genocide during the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
Former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladić was found guilty of crimes against humanity and genocide during the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
As Isis continues to lose territories, many fighters are returning home, but many more are regrouping somewhere else or are joining other terrorist cells around the world.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) accused of wastage after it emerged that it has purchased more than 2.5 million disposable cups in the past five years.
Jihadis returning to UK must be punished says British anti-Isis fighter who saw 'barbarity' in Syria
Macer Gifford left the UK to join anti-Isis fight in Syria in 2014. He spent three years fighting with Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) YPG group.
Resignation comes as tensions mount in the country following Mugabe firing former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa earlier in November.
American-Canadian family was released in October, following joint operations by US and Pakistan officials.
Attack occurred in Adamawa which along with Borno and Yobe states is under state of emergency due to violent insurgency.
Emmerson Mnangagwa says in a statement on Tuesday, 21 November, that he is not in Zimbabwe and that he would not return until he is "satisfied of my personal security."
The issue of abortion is divisive in Italy, where the practice is legal, but doctors can refuse to perform it on religious grounds.
Africa recognising importance of promoting women's rights and empowerment, but more has to be done, Vera Songwe tells IBTimes UK.
Girl thought to be daughter of Kepari Leniata, who was burned alive after being accused of sorcery. Murder stirred international outrage, shedding light on the extent of the issue.
Libya is one of the main transit routes for migrants trying to reach Europe, but thousands remain trapped in the violence-ridden country amid fears they are being tortured and sold off as slaves.
Submarine was returning from a routine mission to Ushuaia near the southernmost tip of South America to its base at Mar del Plata, around 400km south of Buenos Aires.
First public appearance comes one day after the 93-year old leader was pictured shaking hands with army commander Constantino Chiwenga, the general who ordered his arrest.
Riina waged a bloody war against the state that tried to bring down the Sicilian mafia syndicate Cosa Nostra.
Military says it is continuing talks with Mugabe for his departure after it temporarily took over to pursue criminals around the president.
Labour's Kate Hoey asked Boris Johnson whether he would support presidency of Mnangagwa, who she said is "probably the one person in Zimbabwe who inspires even greater terror".
Fate of Mugabe family unclear as reports suggest sacked vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is very close to military figures, is back in the country.
Tensions are mounting in the country after President Robert Mugabe sacked vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, prompting condemnation by the country's military chief.
Tanks deployed to capital Harare as tensions mount in the country after president Robert Mugabe sacked vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa.
The woman, identified as 22-year-old Fatma Ashraf Shawky Famhy, allegedly plotted to carry out an attack in Italy after she was unable to travel to Syria and join militants.
The group spotted the animal in a rubber plantation in Kerala. Before the man tried the stunt, he lured the elephant with some bananas.
"A typical day may start with breakfast at home in Dubai, then lunch over Greece and dinner in London."
Announcement seen as the latest effort by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to start a dialogue with Baghdad that can formalise independence.