ICC asks South Africa to explain failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir
South Africa says it will review its membership of the ICC.
Azerbaijan jails investigative journalist, Khadija Ismayilova, for exposing President’s family corruption
Khadija Ismayilova conviction comes just weeks after two prominent human rights activists, Leyla Yunus and her husband Arif Yunus, were also sentenced to lengthy prison terms.
Former TV reporter suspected in shooting deaths of US journalists
The suspect remains shot himself when accosted by police.
Indonesia Muslim Council wants man called “God” to change name
The council advises the man to add “servant” to his name if he must retain int.
France awards highest honour to men who thwarted train attack
Mr. Hollande hailed the four’s “incredible act of humanity”.
Death toll in British air show could be as high as 11 – London police
The police said it was not known why the pilot, said to be an experienced former Royal Air Force pilot, lost control of the craft.
Authorities piece together profile of Paris-bound train gunman
He claimed to have found his weapons, which included a Kalashnikov… abandoned in a suitcase in a park, the lawyer said.
Italian navy rescues 3,000 migrants in Mediterranean
Operations are continuing and it is still unclear where the people will be taken, a spokesman said.
Italian President Mattarella says terrorism can trigger World War 3
Mattarella also stressed the importance of welcoming those who seek refuge in Europe.
Crashed Indonesian plane ‘totally destroyed’ — Official
38 bodies have so far been recovered.
Bangkok bomb attack targeted at tourists – Thai defence minister
3kg of TNT had been used in the bomb.
U.S. owes Cuba millions of dollars, Fidel Castro says
The former Cuban president said his country would not stop fighting for peace and the well-being of all humanity.
Britain lodges formal protest with Ecuador over asylum to WikiLeaks founder
“The WikiLeaks founder fears he will be extradited to the U.S. where he could be tried for one of the largest information leaks in U.S. history.
EU assures Nigeria, others of support in fight against Book Haram
The EU commended President Buhari for visiting other countries affected by Boko Haram
ISIS militants kill 120, capture 350 people in Iraq
The victims, some of whom had been held hostage by the IS for months, were executed by gunshots to the head.
Greece to receive 7.16 bn euros bridging loan on Monday
The EU says it would probably take a `few weeks’ to finalise a third bailout programme for Greece.