Iranian police say they will soon crack down "with all their might" on protests against the death of Mahsa Amini. Iran has cut off internet access to mask state violence.
A shooter wearing a Swastika shirt has killed 15 people in a Russian school he once attended. The gunman killed 11 children and injured 22 children before taking his own life.
Cuba has approved a new "family law" code that will grant more rights to same-sex couples as well as redefine rights for children and grandparents.
Russia on Tuesday claimed to have received up to 98% support in push to annex four regions in Ukrainian following what Western officials have dubbed a 'sham' election.
U.N. human rights investigators claim Ukrainian POWs appear to be facing systemic mistreatment. The U.N. human rights office says Russia must address this.
Buckingham Palace unveiled the royal cypher of King Charles III on Tuesday by franking royal mail with the new monogram following the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Tehran has accused the U.S. and Europe of meddling in the nationwide protests over human rights abuses to boost its own self interests
A luxury Yacht owned by a Russian businessman was raided by more than 60 German police officers in northern Germany for alleged breaches of sanctions and money laundering by the owner.
Tens of thousands of men are fleeing Russia for fear of being drafted into President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Putin ordered a partial mobilization last week.
Vietnam enacted a curfew and evacuated more than 800,000 citizens after Typhoon Noru flooded several villages and left 8 dead in the Philippines on Tuesday.
A rare moderate official in the Taliban is advocating to let girls continue school past middle school after the Taliban banned girls from attending middle and high school last August.
China and North Korea are resuming cross-border freight train operations. Traffic was previously suspended to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Japan has become divided over the taxpayer-funded funeral for the longest-serving premier Shinzo Abe due to his stance on the Unification Church.
Tokyo plans to tighten security as the state funeral for Shinzo Abe nears. Authorities are seeking to avoid security issues that may have been exposed during Abe’s assassination.
Over 100 people attempted to migrate to Europe in overcrowded boats to escape poverty in Lebanon. However, 95 people, including women and children, died in an accident.
Police in Pakistan have arrested a journalist who is said to have aided his son when he beat his new wife to death. The journalist is a well-known TV political analyst and columnist.
Julien Bayou, leader of France's Greens party, has stepped down from his position after allegations of psychological abuse from his former partner surfaced.
At least 41 people are dead and more than 1,200 arrested as protests continue to spread across Iran. The regime has threatened a violent crackdown against demonstrators.
The U.S. and other allies are pushing for the U.N. to debate China's human rights abuses in Xinjiang. China is carrying out a genocide against Uyghur Muslims in the region.
Vice President Kamala Harris's tour of Asia began with a visit to Japan to discuss Taiwan's security issues against China with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.