Interim President Roberto Micheletti vows to have ousted President Manuel Zelaya arrested if he returns Thursday. Hondurans are concerned about foreign intervention.
Some immigrant workers are being housed on barges, prompting questions and resentment from locals, many of whom are out of work.
The Balkan nation's vote Sunday struggled to meet international standards – potentially embarrassing the US, which backed Albania's successful bid for NATO membership.
A unanimous decision on Wednesday ordered stronger charges for a soldier who shot at a blindfolded protester. Netanyahu allies seek more conservative justices to counter perceived liberalism.
A boat carrying foreign activists and three tons of medical supplies was rerouted Tuesday. Meanwhile, the fishing industry – a key source of jobs and protein – has been crippled.
Mohammed Hassuna says he was recently arrested by the Israeli Navy while fishing within the legal zone, and forced to strip down and swim to the gunboat.
If enacted, the plan would more than double the force at the border in an effort to staunch drug violence that has killed at least 11,000 in Mexico since 2006.
Since 1970, 12 plane crashes have yielded only one survivor. Many factors are involved – and age might be one of them.
The prime minister, his ruling coalition under pressure, vows to end policies that favor ethnic Malays and to boost foreign investment.
The move aims to counter Western depictions of the country as a fast and loose post-communist frontier. Gambling operators say the state is pushing the industry underground – and losing $1 billion in tax revenues.
The US condemned the coup but finds itself defending a president allied with leftist critics such as UN General Assembly president d'Escoto and Venezuela's Chávez.
Leftists are urging Hondurans rise up against the coup leaders while conservatives denounce Sunday's ouster of President Zelaya.
Omar Abdullah has fresh ideas for Kashmir's revival. But while violence has dropped, protests still roil the Muslim-majority state, where most want to be free of Indian rule.
Warnings were raised two years ago about the downed Airbus. According to an immigrant safety advocate, 'We are put in trashy planes that do not meet the norms.'
President Sarkozy's law-and-order push now includes three years in jail or a 45,000 euro fine for being a member of a gang.
Its tough stance is upheld as a model. But does it work?
Israelis and Palestinians question the credibility and effectiveness of 'unprecedented' public hearings about last January's attacks.
Key challenges remain, including the discontent of former Sunni insurgents recruited by the US and credited with improving security.
Amid a huge display of national pride, some expressed concerns that violence could spike again.