Legal troubles are piling up for Carlos Ghosn after French carmaker Renault said it had flagged to judicial authorities serious problems with his expenses during his time as chairman of the company.
Members of Brunei’s LGBTQ community have expressed their fears as new Islamic criminal laws took effect on Wednesday.
The European parliament’s top Brexit official has said, despite the chaos in British politics, the UK has given the continent one great thing: an amazing TV show.
South Sudan’s president and opposition leader are expected to travel to the Vatican next week for what the Holy See says is a “spiritual retreat” and opposition officials say is an effort to help implement the country’s peace deal.
Chicago’s mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot has become the city’s first black woman and openly gay person to be elected to lead the US’s third-largest city.
The opposition’s candidate for mayor of Istanbul has urged Turkey’s electoral body to confirm his narrow victory in local elections and has asked President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to act to prevent the country from sliding into uncertainty.
Many Democrats have already entered the race to be the party’s 2020 presidential nominee but some are faring better than others in the all important task of raising the money needed to fund a campaign.
New Islamic criminal laws in Brunei punishing gay sex and adultery by stoning offenders to death have triggered international outcry.
Philippine customs officials were astonished when they opened nicely gift-wrapped boxes of cookies and oatmeal flown in from Poland and found hundreds of live tarantulas.
Germany’s Foreign Ministry has said it has protested against Brunei’s plans to implement Islamic criminal laws that punish gay sex by stoning offenders to death.
Nicolas Maduro loyalists have stripped Venezuela’s Juan Guaido of immunity, paving the way for the opposition leader’s prosecution and potential arrest for supposedly violating the constitution when he declared himself interim president.