Alberto Nisman had drafted a request that President Cristina Fernandez be arrested for conspiring to derail his probe into the deadly bombing of a Jewish center.
The protest was generally peaceful, though the group remains at odds with the National Guard.
In the run-up to Israel's general election in March, all sides are suffering from a string of damaging accusations.
Russian MPs call for Germany to “remember history” when imposing EU sanctions.
Nine out of 10 slaughterhouses filmed by an animal rights group broke laws.
“You asked for a babysitter, you got a Bibi-sitter!”
Gulen accused Erdogan of leading Turkey "toward totalitarianism".
The Jordanian government confirmed al-Kasasbeh's death and vowing a "earth-shaking" response.
Greek suicides increase by a third after the introduction of austerity measures in 2011.
Newsweek's reporter files an eyewitness account of the battle to defend the strategic airport against Russian-backed soldiers.
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said the new left-wing government would spare privately held bonds from losses.
King Salman's first acts as monarch signal how he may differ from his liberalizing late brother.
The Times/YouGov poll shows the Scottish National Party would take 48% of the vote to Labour's 27%.
Opening the international air corridor to commercial flights could give Ukraine much-needed overflight fees and ease congestion on other crowded air routes.
Following a blaze in Moscow, Newsweek asked professionals how they prepare for damage and rescue collections.
A preference for male children and defining men as breadwinners are to blame.
Both sides prepared to mobilize more forces for combat.
The terrorist group claims to have executed a soldier and a police officer over the weekend.
Avigdor Lieberman says Hezbollah and Hamas becoming stronger and bolder.
The Russian armed forces are seeking new military partners to combat isolation.
Egyptian authorities accuse Qatar-based Al Jazeera of being a mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The parliamentary elections on March 17 will see Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeking a fourth term.
Although she is just one of thousands of bombers sent by al Qaeda and its offshoots, her background has helped turn her into a symbol to jihadists.
Alexei Navalny and Mikhail Khodorkovsky will join forces next month in a protest against “the current regime”.
The men were convicted of playing a role in the killings of 16 policemen following the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi.
The Front National seems the main beneficiary of a month of woe that went beyond the Paris attacks.
The second assault on the city in a week comes as regional powers rally against the terror group.
Berlusconi's petition to have the sentence reduced was filed last month and approved on Monday.