Venezuela has become increasingly reliant on Chinese oil-for-loans deals as its economy spirals downward.
Up to 50 of pro-Brexit members of Parliament reportedly met Tuesday night to discuss plans for a battle over leadership.
The president said the coup was planned by rogue elements within the military, communist rebels and opposing political parties.
Under Maduro's authoritarian regime, Venezuelans have faced an economic crisis and high crime rates as people continue to protest.
The verdicts for 700 people who took part in the 2013 protests were passed down by a Cairo criminal court.
The deposed leader said he has been given $467,000 and two houses, which he claims is not enough.
The government has arrested at least 160,000 people, dismissed 152,000 civil servants and purged the judiciary since the coup attempt.
A crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood has been shockingly successful, and now Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is turning to his remaining critics.
The new law is again stoking fears of new restrictions on freedom of expression.
An outbreak of hostilities would drive a stake directly into the heart of NATO.
There are now more journalists imprisoned in Turkey than in any other country in the world.
"Our democracy is in danger" if Trump keeps trying to end the FBI investigation led by Robert Mueller, says former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter.
Fifteen universities, 1,000 schools, 28 TV channels, 66 newspapers, 19 magazines, 36 radio stations, 26 publishing houses, and five news agencies have been shut.
General Constantino Chiwenga warned of military intervention to back independence figures after President Robert Mugabe purged his prominent second-in-command.
The latest visa move targets a key NATO ally and undermines an already tense relationship.
Erdogan is holding Brunson hostage in hopes the US will turn over a Muslim cleric living in Pennsylvania.
Dmitry Medvedev, constitutionally Russia's second most powerful official, accused Trump of giving power to Congress "in the most humiliating way."
More than 64 years after the CIA helped overthrow Iran's democratically elected government, the country reacted to recent U.S. comments on regime change.
Lipolelo Thabane, 58, was traveling home with a friend when both women were shot by an unknown assailant in the town of Masana.
Did I write about his corruption? Yes. Did I write about his crackdown on political dissent? Yes.
After many fallouts between Turkey and its European allies, 18 EU nations and Canada are reportedly vetoing plans to host NATO's next summit in Istanbul.
Police said that nine people were injured and one is in a critical condition.
The ban came after two site entries accused Turkey of links to Islamist militant groups.