The daughter of Dubai’s powerful ruler mysteriously vanished last month after she attempted to escape the clutches of her overbearing father, a former French spy said Monday.
Romania's president says he won't fire the country's anti-corruption prosecutor, the latest development in a dispute over corruption that has led to street protests.
Europe's corruption watchdog has urged Romania to abandon a judicial overhaul that critics say will undermine the fight against corruption.
Venezuelan jurists who fled their homeland say they will try Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on allegations of corruption and money laundering, based on evidence suggesting he may have sought bribes from the Brazilian construction giant at the center of a regional corruption scandal.
North Korea has called disgraced former South Korean President Park Geun-hye a "traitor" responsible for "extra-large hideous corruption," in its first reaction to the sentencing of Park to 24 years in prison on corruption charges.
It's the biggest political scandal in recent South Korean history, with more than 50 high-profile figures spending time in prison or facing trial, including ex-President Park Geun-hye, her confidante of 40 years, Choi Soon-sil, and billionaire Samsung scion Lee Jae-yong.
A South Korean court on Friday sentenced former President Park Geun-hye to 24 years in prison on charges of bribery, extortion, abuse of power and other crimes over an explosive corruption scandal that removed her from office one year ago.
In the same courtroom where an ex-military dictator was once sentenced to death, Park Geun-hye's corruption conviction on Friday extended the tradition of South Korean presidencies ending badly.
Three buses believed to be carrying expelled American diplomats departed from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow on Thursday.
MOSCOW — Three buses believed to be carrying expelled American diplomats departed from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow on Thursday.
MOSCOW — Top Russian defense and security officials are accusing the West of fomenting a new Cold War in a bid to retain waning influence in global affairs.
A group of exiled Venezuelan judges met in Colombia's capital Tuesday to hear corruption allegations against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, launching a symbolic process that could further tarnish the embattled socialist leader's reputation.
One of the enduring images of the Iraq invasion was the toppling of a large Saddam Hussein statue in Firdos Square on April 9, 2003 that came to symbolize the fall of the mad tyrant’s bloodthirsty regime.
Brazil's attorney general's office says police are making arrests connected to an investigation into whether President Michel Temer accepted bribes for favors to a company operating at the country's largest port.
More than seven decades after the Holocaust, the embers of hate still smolder.
Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi faces yet another trial, this time for allegedly paying aspiring show girls to lie on the stand in his sex-for-hire trial.
A judge on Albania's Constitutional Court has been released from duty after not being able to justify his income to a vetting commission checking his personal and professional background.
After months of political upheaval in Peru, congress has accepted the resignation of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, making way for a new government led by a little-known former governor.
Swiss federal authorities have conducted house searches and seized documents following claims by state-controlled defense contractor Ruag of possible criminal wrongdoing.
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has offered his resignation to the country's congress after several of the conservative leader's allies were caught on secretly-shot videos allegedly trying to buy the support of an opposition lawmaker.