More than a month after Hurricane Maria ravaged this island with 155-mph winds, three-quarters of the residents are still without power, lining up at banks for cash and gathering at shopping malls, hotels or government buildings just to charge their cellphones.
Relying on an automatic translation, Israeli police mistakenly arrested a Palestinian man last week because they thought he had published a Facebook post saying 'Hurt them' when what he had really written was 'Good morning.'
At least 16 Egyptian policemen were killed in clashes with militants on Friday as the government struggles to maintain security while it undertakes economic measures aimed at creating jobs and boosting growth.
A Christian teenager in northern India was jailed for 12 days after anti-Hindu comments appeared on a fake Facebook account in his name, sources said.
On September 17, 2017, suspected Hindu radicals attacked an Assembly of God church in India’s Karnataka state. After the attack, church attendance has plummeted as Christians in the area fear another attack. It is not surprising that attacks are increasing in Karnataka as state elections are scheduled to occur early next year. Hindu hardline groups want to silence Christians and ensure that they are unable to practice their faith.
Hundreds of thousands of people are marching in Barcelona to demand Catalonia rejects independence and stays with Spain.
A 16-year-old Coptic Christian girl kidnapped on 28 June to be 'converted to Islam, then married off or sold', was released and returned to her family on 30 September after police found her and arrested her kidnappers in a city just outside Cairo.
People who repeatedly view terrorist content online could face up to 15 years behind bars in a move designed to tighten the laws tackling radicalisation the home secretary, Amber Rudd, is to announce on Tuesday.
Five people are in custody after an apparent failed bomb attempt in an upmarket district of Paris.