The EU urged Burundi's government to prosecute the killers of an opposition leader and prevent the violence in the central African country from worsening.
A Kiev court ordered two suspected Russian soldiers who were captured by Ukrainian troops in the separatist east to be placed in pre-trial detention until July 19.
A Turkish court fined a leading newspaper for insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan while a top model went on trial on similar charges.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban angered EU lawmakers and officials by insisting that Budapest had the right to debate closing the door to migrants.
Russian authorities on Monday issued an indictment for fraud against tycoon Sergei Polonsky, less than a day after flying him in from Cambodia.
Australian-born former tennis Grand Slam champion Bob Hewitt was sentenced to six years in jail in South Africa for raping and assaulting young girls he coac.
The European Union denounced Sunday the death sentence handed down against Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi and at least 100 others.
American activist Michael Mohammed seeks contacts with the Kazakh government in order to "bring to justice" the police officer who killed a Kazakhstani citizen four years ago and a black man last month.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was sentenced to five years in prison for killing a homeless man with his SUV in a 2002 hit-and-run after a night out drinking at an upmarket bar.
Two Charlie Hebdo journalists have rejected any suggestion of similarities between a deadly attack on the French satirical magazine and a failed armed assault on a Mohammed cartoon event in Texas.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted her country needed to work with American intelligence agencies, in the wake of claims Berlin helped the US spy on EU leaders and companies.
Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev showed emotion in court for the first time, wiping his eyes.
Pop star Justin Bieber laughed off media reports that he was quizzed by police in Rome over Argentina's request for him to be arrested.
National Guard troops patrolled the tense streets of Baltimore in large numbers in anticipation of a fresh large-scale protest over the death of a young African-American man in police custody.
Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a flashy dresser who smoked pot and drank alcohol before his dreams of becoming a boxing champion were crushed.
Police in Baltimore fired smoke bombs and pepper pellets at hundreds of protesters who defied a night-time curfew that took effect across the city.
A former Portuguese police officer who headed the investigation into the 2007 disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann was ordered to pay 500,000 euros to her parents in a libel case.
Riot police stood guard on the smouldering streets of the US city of Baltimore after protesters incensed by the death of a young black man.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop criticised Indonesia's "chaotic" handling of the execution of nine prisoners.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, the elderly founder and former chief of France's far-right Front National, hid 2.2 million euros in a secret account in Switzerland.