Hua Haifeng was investigating alleged rights violations at factories producing Ivanka Trump-branded shoes.
The use of the death penalty in India has been flawed and arbitrary, writes Gopika Bashi of Amnesty International.
Images on social media show a large cloud of black smoke over the city and destroyed vehicles.
A threat to cut funding for Healthy Harold, Australia's face of health education, sparks a U-turn.
Some social media users lashed out at the actress for wearing a short dress to meet India's PM Modi.
It has since allowed a Hong Kong activist to reference the massacre on his profile picture.
Thousands march in the northern city of Al-Hoceima demanding the release of Nasser Zefzafi.
Kathy Griffin "begs for forgiveness" after posing with a fake decapitated head of the US president.
New emerging trade hub between China and Kazakhstan may revive the ancient Silk Road.
Antonio Guterres was speaking after Donald Trump refused to back the Paris climate accord.
The Cleveland police department sacked him for misrepresenting himself on his job application.
Changing tastes are putting orange juice's place on the breakfast table in jeopardy.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Joseph Warungu looks at how Kenya's staple has been the source of intrigue.
Donald Trump has been criticised for using another man's coat of arms, but what are the rules?
A man accused of murder in an anti-Muslim rant shouts: "Leave this country if you hate our freedom."
Goldman Sachs bank is accused of supporting embattled President Maduro by buying government bonds.
The Pentagon successfully tests its anti-missile defence system, as tensions with North Korea mount.
Anthony Levandowski has declined to testify in the case over self-driving car technology.
Safety stickers on Kenya's notoriously hazardous buses have saved hundreds of lives.
"Crisis is not coming, it is not looming, it is here today - on our watch," top humanitarian says.
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