Dozens of inmates on Monday occupied the roof of a Brazilian jail where the country’s latest prison massacre took place.
There are no neighbours and the views are stunning, and if you can live without heating, running water, electricity and internet, then why not apply for a job as a hermit?
Former shareholders of defunct Russian oil giant Yukos were back in a Dutch court Monday as Moscow’s lawyers pressed judges for a quick resolution of a complex appeals case.
Former child soldier-turned-warlord Dominic Ongwen was back in the dock Monday as the first witness appeared in the trial of the Ugandan ex-commander of the Lord’s Resistance Army due to last several years.
US motor giant Ford announced Monday the recall of 4,500 1.6-litre Kuga cars in South Africa over safety fears, after nearly 40 incidents in which vehicles were reported to have burst into flames.
The International Monetary Fund on Monday boosted its estimates for US growth on expected stimulus spending by the incoming Trump administration, but kept the forecast for global growth unchanged.
Mozambique, caught between a scandal over hidden debt that has prompted an aid cut-off and a commodity price slump, said Monday it would miss a $60 million interest payment.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted on Monday that “we Europeans have our fate in our own hands”, after Donald Trump criticised the EU and praised Britain’s decision to leave the bloc.
A shooting erupted at an electronic music festival in the Mexican resort of Playa del Carmen early Monday, leaving at least five people dead and sparking a stampede, the mayor said.
Lithuania said Monday it plans to use EU funds to build a fence on the border with Russia’s highly militarised Kaliningrad exclave to boost security and prevent smuggling.
More than 100 of Britain’s top climate scientists on Monday urged Prime Minister Theresa May to press US President-elect Donald Trump to safeguard government-led research on global warming.