Working class neighborhoods in Venezuela's capital have erupted in violence for a second straight night amid fears that demonstrations called by the opposition for Wednesday could spur further violence.
Venezuela's re-invigorated opposition faces a crucial test Wednesday as it seeks to fill streets nationwide with protesters in an appeal to the military and the poor to shift loyalties that until recently looked solidly behind President Nicolas Maduro.
South Korea's human rights commission plans to interview possibly thousands of athletes about a culture of abuse in sports after several female athletes said they'd been raped or assaulted by their coaches.
Sweden’s Goteborg Film Festival will lock moviegoers inside coffins next week for special screenings of a dystopian sci-fi film called “Aniara.” The event is touted as “the world’s most claustrophobic cinema.”
Hundreds of government officials and community leaders are meeting in Puerto Rico's capital to brainstorm ways to fight drug trafficking and other crimes as the U.S. territory faces a dwindling police force and an increase in brazen daylight violence.
The United Nations' Mideast envoy says peacekeepers in Lebanon have not been given access to tunnels stretching into Israel, which U.N. officials say violate a case-fire resolution that ended a devastating war between Israel and Hezbollah in 2006.