The leaders who organized a 2017 independence referendum received jail terms of between nine and 13 years, in a case that has divided the nation.
Vatican police chief resigns over leak of police flyer identifying Vatican officials suspended in financial probe
Road blocks are going up across Haiti as the country enters its fifth week of protests after opposition leaders said they will not back down on their call for the president to resign
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe says “clear media bias as well as intolerant rhetoric” by politicians detracted from a weekend election in Poland that was otherwise well run
India has removed one element of its clampdown in the region of more than 7 million people
“What’s clear is that the U.S. has shot itself into the foot,” one analyst said.
Police fire tear gas, bullets as Guineans protest president’s bid to extend time in power
After months of protest and no signs of the government giving in, some activists are hoping for foreign pressure.
A union is calling on cabin crew at German airline Lufthansa to walk off the job for five hours next weekend in a long-running dispute over pay and the union’s status
Spanish Supreme Court says judge has issued international arrest warrant for Catalan ex-President Carles Puigdemont
Rescue crews dig through mudslides and search near swollen rivers for those missing after a typhoon caused serious damage in central and northern Japan
Anne Sacoolas left the country under diplomatic immunity and did not have to face the British justice system.
South Korean actress and singer Sulli, 25, had been subjected to online hate attacks and had spoken out about mental health problems.
Syrian state media reported that forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad took up positions in several key towns across the country’s northeast.
The opening of Parliament comes during another make or break week for Boris Johnson and Brexit.