Cambodia has pardoned Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, who was sentenced last month to six years in jail on an espionage charge in a trial that was widely criticized as unfair
Women's rights groups in Portugal are reacting angrily to a court's suspended sentence for two men found guilty of sexual assault on an incapacitated person when they had intercourse with a drunken woman who had passed out at a night club
Empty places at the table: Uighur parents anguish over their missing children, who likely are growing up as wards of China's Communist Party
China is expressing outrage over U.S. sanctions leveled against a Chinese military agency and its director over the purchase of Russian weapons
A German newspaper that quoted letters by Benedict XVI hitting back at criticism of his 2013 resignation says he was responding to a conservative German cardinal who took issue with his decision to take the title "emeritus pope."
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang has died of a serious illness at age 61
Burkina Faso cracks down on motorbike-riding extremists in troubled border area
5 years after horrific mall attack, Kenya claims gains against al-Shabab even as threat grows
Africa's youth boom on display as Uganda leader faces pop star; money handouts in the 'ghetto'
A priest in Slovakia is challenging the celibacy rules of the Roman Catholic Church in a rare action of dissent against the hierarchy in Slovakia, a conservative religious stronghold in central and eastern Europe