Why does Rob Ford continue to grab headlines, now delivering shock and awe not only to Torontonians and Canadians, but to bemused observers around the world?
A fake Facebook application run by the Thai government tricked hundreds into disclosing personal information. It comes as Thailand's military rulers increase media censorship.
The former Soviet foreign minister worked with both Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin as Russia moved away from communism in the late 20th century.
Rumors and tougher rules from Thailand's military rulers sparked the flight of 200,000 Cambodians last week. The junta now says it's acting to protect migrants, but more say they may leave.
Mariam Ibrahim was sentenced to death in Sudan, then released, but detained again Tuesday as she attempted to fly from Sudan to the US. On Thursday, a lawyer confirmed Ibrahim had been released from police custody.
Ibrahim's lawyer told The Associated Press that the 27-year-old was held along with two children and her husband at the international airport in Khartoum, the country's capital.
The three-finger salute used in the Hunger Games movies is now a symbol being used in Bangkok street protests. Security forces are arresting three-finger flash mob protests.
An Army concert today is the first of several 'happiness events' to promote reconciliation. The effort comes as protestors adopt the anti-regime salute from Hollywood's 'The Hunger Games.'
In Thailand, various protestors are gathering in public places to silently read books like '1984' and 'Unarmed Insurrection' to convey how they feel about the country's political situation.
Spain's King Juan Carlos announced his abdication today, nearly 40 years after overseeing the country's transition from dictatorship under Gen. Francisco Franco to democracy.
Thailand's acting leader, Army commander Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, said ongoing protests must stop, as they slow the process of bringing 'happiness' to the Thai people.