Javier Duarte, the ex-governor of Mexico's Veracruz state, was detained by Interpol in Guatemala—the latest in a string of fugitive Mexican ex-governors to be arrested abroad.
The latest in an ongoing wave of unclaimed air-strikes in Libya hit al-Jufra air base in the interior of the country, which is in the hands of local militia forces.
US B-2 Stealth bombers and drones carried out a raid against presumed ISIS camps in the Libyan desert—part of a final spate of air-strikes ordered by President Obama.
With two months still to go, deaths of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean so far this year have hit a record high, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
The White House said that up to 116 civilians have been killed by drone and other US strikes in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and Libya since Barack Obama took office in 2009.
Amnesty International is demanding international action to address "horrifying" abuses of refugees and migrants in Libya at the hands of both traffickers and authorities.
Former CIA operative Sabrina de Sousa will be extradited to Italy to serve a four-year prison sentence for a "rendition" following a ruling by Portugal's high court
Far-right anti-immigration protesters in Berlin were confronted by anti-fascist counter-protesters, as Italian anarchists clashed with police at the Austrian border.
The DEA claims that Shi'ite militant group Hezbollah is laundering money for the "Oficina de Envigado," successor organization to Colombia's legendary Medellín Cartel.
A court in Lisbon ruled that a former CIA operative will be extradited to Italy to serve a seven-year sentence for her involvement in the 2003 "rendition" of an Egyptian suspect.
At least two members of Libya's Petroleum Facilities Guard were killed as ISIS militants launched coordinated attacks on the Sidra and Ras Lanouf oil export terminals.
NATO is just winding up its biggest military exercise since the end of the Cold War—Operation Trident Juncture, involving 36,000 troops from over 30 countries.