Burmese hip-hop artist is sentenced to 20-years in prison for criticizing Myanmar military leaders on a Facebook livestream complaining about daily electricity shortages.
Militia clashes involving neighboring countries are threatening stability in Libya, U.N. official said, while U.S. is eyeing Wagner groups’ activities in the region.
Two pro-military parties with links to outgoing Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha joins government coalition as Thai election winner The Move Forward Party is left out.
Number of deaths among protesters and civilians rises rapidly as Myanmar’s military continues their crackdown against political opponents amid potential civil war.
UN court has ruled the British sovereignty over the Chagos Islands for unjust backing Mauritius, pushing Britain and America to return the archipelago.
Greenland has called for an extraordinary vote as turmoil between parties and an indecisive stance to a mining project has turned government weak.