Don't get banged up in the Philippines.
The new laws were introduced days after a woman was attacked after confronting her male harasser in public.
Tatour was convicted of inciting violence and supporting terrorist groups through poems posted to social media.
Pyongyang said it would "protect the independent and creative life of the popular masses and make selfless, devoted efforts for them."
The Iraqi authorities are fast-tracking trials for prisoners in the war against ISIS, including European women who traveled to Iraq to marry fighters for the group.
"This form of abuse is painful and humiliating for victims and often has a devastating impact on all aspects of their lives," one campaigner said.
The president is capable of obstructing justice, scholars say, despite the claims of the commander in chief's personal lawyers.
Prosecutors have asked a judge to revoke Manafort's release order.
A couple in Georgia gave their son marijuana, and it reportedly helped stop his frequent seizures. Now they have lost custody and might face jail time.
Anwar was jailed in 2015 on what he says were fake charges intended to end his political career.
Hundreds of people were arrested across Russia as Putin prepares for an unprecedented fourth term.
Valery Pshenichny was accused of embezzling $1.6 million while carrying out a contract for the Russian defense ministry.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered from "high fever and coughs" due to strep throat complications, according to his doctor.
Will the cameras be there when Miller is released?
A California woman told a local paper from jail "I'm a writer; that's my business," despite being accused of running a prostitution ring.
"He was super driven and committed. That's one thing you can say about Suge Knight is that he really went after it."
Terrill Thomas died from dehydration after a week without water.
Other reports have put the figure as high as $300 billion, a potential jackpot for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
At least 50 women have taken legal action against the Department of Corrections for the unlawful encounters.
Donald Trump reportedly soon could sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.