The former French president was arrested and interrogated for the alleged financing of the Libyan government during his presidential campaign in 2007
Facebook gets involved in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which used a database of 50 million users without consent
China approves the constitutional reform that allows the president to govern for the period he wishes to
According to the latest official polls, the current Russian president would have favorability of two thirds of the voters
The decision would aim to build a new team to lead the talks with North Korea
With the lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice, the state is preparing for a fight that will define not only three laws but a whole federal policy
The Korean peninsula will have one of its the most important diplomatic meetings; the expectations are high
North Korea is willing to end nuclear and missile tests if the US guarantee's the safety of Kim’s regime
Apparently, we are in times reminiscent of the Cold War
The terrorist group will put its members to the vote, and it considers having finished its "cycle and function"
Once again, the Arab country becomes the place of confrontations between enemies, this time between an Islamic republic and a Jewish state
Despite the intention of negotiation, the new sanctions placed on the Asian nation were received as an "act of war"
Nigeria confirms that 110 school girls are missing
Why does the National Rifle Association EU disapprove of the United States' president's initiatives?
The Caribbean nation suspended the international British charity from operating in the country
The Central Committee of the party announced that it is seeking a constitutional amendment that allows the Head of State to serve for more than two consecutive terms
The initiative is hold by students who survived Wednesday 14 February shooting, at a school in Parkland, Florida
According to The New York Times, since 2013 there has been a shooting per week in the country
The nation's police force recommended the legal prosecution of Benjamin Netanyahu for corruption
Ricardo Palma Salamanca was convicted of killing Jaime Guzmán, a senator and a lawyer in 1991