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Servando Gómez, the head of Mexico's feared Knights Templar drug cartel, reflected in an interview on his transition from schoolteacher to organized crime boss.
A former teacher in California has been arrested on sexual assault charges after a former student confronted her on the telephone and then posted a video recording of their conversation on YouTube.
In the video, Human Rights Watch reveals disturbing violence in Russia against gay people, and says that the authorities there have failed to protect them and has emboldened attackers.
Al Jazeera condemned what it described as "an attempt to demonize" two of its reporters, Peter Greste and Mohamed Fahmy, with the release of video recorded during their arrest in December in Cairo.
Both supporters and critics of Israel's occupation of the West Bank declared victory after Scarlett Johansson's Super Bowl ad for SodaStream was broadcast Sunday night.
Mayor Martin Walsh opposes the death penalty but said he supported the Justice Department's decision in the case. Family members of victims offered conflicting reaction.
A translation of the complete statement by Egyptian prosecutors charging 20 journalists working for Al Jazeera with joining a terrorist group and broadcasting false news.
Forced to choose between two endorsement deals, Scarlett Johansson decided to end her charitable work on behalf Oxfam, an anti-poverty group that opposes trade with Israeli settlements, and continue as a paid "brand ambassador" for SodaStream, which manufactures products in the occupied West Bank.
The Syrian government has used explosives and bulldozers to demolish thousands of residential buildings to punish civilians in neighborhoods where the army has clashed with opposition fighters, Human Rights Watch said in a report on Thursday.
The gunman at a Maryland shopping mall kept a journal where he expressed hatred for people, but it did not offer a clear motive for the shooting that killed two mall employees.
In excerpts from an interview with German television, the former National Security Agency contractor, Edward Snowden, dismissed President Obama's proposed reforms and threats to his life published in Buzzfeed.
The emergency director for Human Rights Watch warns that sectarian violence in the African country has become a horrific back-and-forth of retaliation.
A Dutchman who quit the Royal Netherlands Army to join the jihad in Syria explains himself on Tumblr and in an English-language interview this week on Dutch television.
With snow and ice paralyzing Atlanta and other parts of the southeast, people turned to social media to document their ordeal.
Ratko Mladic, a Bosnian Serb former general, was reunited with his old political boss, Radovan Karadzic, in court in The Hague. Both are accused of war crimes, including helping to engineer the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica.
President Mahmoud Abbas said that he could accept an Israeli military presence in the West Bank for a three-year transition period as part of a peace deal.
A document released by the Syrian government made no mention of the words "transition" or "reform" and appeared to suggest that the country was already a rule-of-law democracy.
In a statement released late Friday, the actress Scarlett Johansson rejected criticism of her new endorsement deal with SodaStream, which manufactures home carbonation systems in an Israeli settlement on occupied West Bank territory...
Valérie Trierweiler is in India on a two-day charity trip, appearing perfectly poised days after her breakup with the French president, François Hollande.
An Egyptian journalist for Al Jazeera who was detained in August while covering the bloody crackdown on an Islamist sit-in in Cairo has embarked on a hunger strike, according to a letter from prison posted online by his family on Monday.