A Libyan court sentenced Saif al-Islam, son of deposed leader Muammar Qaddafi, to death alongside eight former officials of the ousted regime. A militia group has imprisoned the son and refused to hand him over.
On the Cybersecurity Podcast, HackerOne's Chief Policy Officer Katie Moussouris discusses ways to incentivize hackers to report security problems and Brunswick Group's Siobhan Gorman reveals the "golden rule" of breach disclosures.
Nine former officials have been sentenced to death, eight have received life sentences, and seven were given jail terms of 12 years each.
Bishop Fox researcher Dan Petro and senior security associate Oscar Salazar plan to demonstrate how an attacker can break into the CompuSafe Galileo next week at the Def Con security conference.
In a speech to the African Union, President Obama, said African leaders who did not step aside at the end of their time in office risked 'instability and strife.'
Some 1.3 billion people worldwide live without electricity, affecting health, lowering incomes, and making education difficult. Low-cost solar energy programs are beginning to meet the need.
The Republican presidential candidate has attacked the White House's nuclear agreement with Iran. By painting a picture of an Israel on the brink of annihilation, he isn't winning new friends in Israel's government.
Even as the US and Turkey agree on trying to drive the Islamic State away from the Syrian side of the border with Turkey, there are as many agendas as there are players trying to shape the conflict.
British terrorist 'Jihadi John,' one of the most well-known members of ISIS, has reportedly fled the terrorist group, fearing for his life.
Sack farming allows people to grow food in places with limited access to good land and with little water. It's already making a difference in dry regions of Kenya.
Human rights advocates say President Obama's visit, the first by a sitting US commander-in-chief, lends an air of legitimacy to a corrupt government.
Turkey has long sought a buffer zone in northern Syria. Critics say it is exploiting the US-led battle against Islamic State militants to strike at Kurdish forces in Iraq and Syria that it sees as a threat to Turkish rule.