Fatou Bensouda says there is a basis to believe ‘the crime against humanity of murder’ was committed in government’s drug crackdown.
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Rights group calls for a probe into the UN sharing data about more than 800,000 refugees with Bangladesh, which passed it on to Myanmar.
Public health policy specialists say this data indicates a lockdown will not be enough to reverse the trend of rising infections.
The land border had been shut since 2019, but Buhari said illicit arms have continued to flow into the country, raising numerous conflicts.
Thousands displaced by conflict in Iraq are threatened with eviction from the camps they have called home for seven years.
Israel’s parliament has voted to end Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year tenure as prime minister, approving in his stead an administration that has pledged to heal a nation bitterly divided.
The country has been removed from Germany's red list of high-risk destinations, but others like the UK and Russia are still advising against visiting Turkey.
Nations step up security to fight off a sharp rise in attacks by pirates in maritime area stretching from Senegal to Angola.
Candidates spent more time discussing Iran’s nuclear deal in third debate, as another round to restore accord begins in Vienna.
Fans and players watched on in horror as Denmark's star Christian Eriksen collapsed in their Euro 2020 game against Finland.
In Cape Town, authorities have dealt with more than 1,000 incidents of illegal land occupation over the past year, but critics say their approach has been unsympathetic and, at times, heavy handed.
The impact of the increase in salinity of Madhumati river water is having a devastating effect on public health, agriculture, and the environment.
Six others wounded in bombings that struck western Kabul neighbourhood largely populated by members of the the ethnic Hazara minority.
Millions more across Tigray require urgent food and agriculture support to avert further slides towards famine, analysis says.