The deadly bridge collapse in Genoa earlier this week has sparked fear in Venezuelans over the safety of a “twin structure” Aug. 17.
Nearly 100 student protesters have been arrested in Bangladesh on a number of charges the last several days — ranging from spreading false information to allegedly attacking police.
The owner of Nerdy Bean Coffee Haus in Dhaka, a popular hangout for young people was arrested on Thursday, Aug. 16 charged with, you guessed it, spreading rumors on social media.
A mother of three was recently released from a Dubai jail after getting arrested for allegedly drinking alcohol.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was questioned for the eleventh time — and what is believed to be the last time — on Aug. 17 over bribery allegations.
A bakery in the US has found itself at the center of a geopolitical storm after giving a cup of coffee to Taiwan’s president.
A Mexico City restaurant is in hot water for their specialty taco that features a protected species.
The two women accused of assassinating the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un now face a murder charge as their trial continues Aug. 16.
Facebook has been “too slow” in its fight to end hate speech against the minority Muslim population on its platform, according to a Reuters investigation.
Amnesty International said on Aug. 16, 77 people have been killed in Indonesian police’s “public safety” operations so far this year.