When Bahrain, Marshall Islands and Saint Lucia are delisted next week, six jurisdictions will remain of the 17 initially included
British approach seen as 'cherry-picking'
Pope Francis has championed the cause of migrants since taking office in 2013 and last year he called for a radical change of attitude towards immigrants
Part of a large group picked up Saturday in the Mediterranean
Current laws criminalize sex with minors under the age of 15, but lawyers must prove that the victim was forced
Zdenek Ondracek had been the first Communist lawmaker to hold such a post since the fall of communism nearly three decades ago
In November, Russian air force strikes on civilian area in Aleppo killed 84 people and injured 150 others
Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein describes Viktor Orbán's speech as 'a clear-cut statement of racism, it is an insult to every African, Asian, Middle Eastern or Latin American woman, man and child'
Former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in critical condition
Morsi's son Abdullah says that Egypt's upcoming election should be a reminder that its first democratically elected president, overthrown by the military in 2013, still languishes in prison 'in appalling conditions in breach of international laws'
Push seen as challenge to America's know-how in development of state-of-the-art military technology
Incident of Sergei Skripal, his daughter falling critically ill on bench outside shopping center not declared as terrorism but authorities keeping ‘open mind’
US intelligence agencies may curtail information-sharing, if Kremlin-friendly populists head Italian security ministries
Some worry move could infringe on artistic freedom in country's influential fashion industry
Russian Defense Ministry says plane went down at Russia's Hmeymim air base in Latakia province; technical problems suspected
39 Russian servicemen die in cargo plane crash in Syria
British media identify ex-spy as Sergei Skripal who was found unconscious in Salisbury