Beliefs in sorcery and witchcraft are widespread in some regions of Papua New Guinea.
The Seoul branch of the U.N. Human Rights Committee employs six people to listen to defectors' accounts of human rights abuses.
After reportedly beating an Air India staff member so hard that he fell down, Ravindra Gaikwad was banned from five Indian airlines.
The report also suggests building huge ventilation tunnels to create wind which will lift the smog from the city
"It's not easy to be an activist facing the largest authoritarian regime in the world," says Demosisto campaigner Derek Lam.
The New York Times article, written by Richard C. Paddock, touched on Duterte's childhood.
It is the first time it has been suggested publicly that Pyongyang may have been behind the 2016 cyber theft.
Secret military courts were first set up after the Peshawar school massacre in 2014.
North Korean missile tests have increased in frequency this year.
A North Korean spokesperson said the North would push forward with its nuclear plans.
Pakistan blocked Facebook in 2010 after a social media competition to draw Mohammad went viral.
"It will crash like a rudderless plane flown by witless pilots" say Duterte supporters
The U.N. is pushing for an enquiry into abuses against the Rohingya by the country's army.
The film has come under fire as inappropriate for young audiences.
Japan was the last G7 country to ban possession of child pornography.