How did three Danes end up being tortured in Lebanon?
The human cost of the Greek financial crisis
30 Jun 2009 02:39 GMT
Honduran security forces and supporters of Manuel Zelaya, the deposed president, have clashed outside the presidential palace in the capital, Tegucigalpa [AFP]
Violence flared on Monday as police and soldiers set up roadblocks and moved in on hundreds of demonstrators with tear gas and rubber-coated bullets [EPA]
Supporters calling for Zelaya's reinstatement defied a government curfew to erect barricades and throw rocks at shield-bearing riot police [AFP]
The violence, the most serious unrest in years in the Central American country, left several demonstrators wounded [AFP]
Security forces were also left with a bloody nose [AFP]
The Honduran congress swore in Roberto Micheletti, the parliamentary speaker, as Zelaya's replacement just hours after the coup [AFP]
But Zelaya (second from left), who was forced from power after seeking a referendum on constitutional changes critics say was to extend his tenure, continues to enjoy strong regional support [AFP]
The military, legislature and courts had declared Zelaya's move to hold the non-binding public vote illegal [AFP]
Migrants complain of being sent to squalid shelters, as France unveils plan to reduce asylum processing times.
Europe, France, Migrants
Despite reforms, lifting of sanctions and 'opening', political activists in Myanmar continue to face arrests.
Human Rights, Asia, Myanmar
Changing climate, unpredictable rains dry out the land, threaten the pastoral way of life in Somaliland.
Poverty & Development, Environment, Africa
Tensions rise as Greeks from both side of the bailout debate take to the streets to withdraw money and express angst.
Politics, Europe, Greece
From Democracy to the Market - we examine the devastating impact of the Greek financial crisis on ordinary citizens.
Business & Economy, Europe, Greece
Can Afghan archaeologists take on the Chinese and the Taliban to save a 5,000-year-old archaeological site?
Arts & Culture, Asia, Afghanistan
In war-torn Afghanistan it is not the Taliban that poses the greatest threat to women - it is their own families.
Human Rights, Women, Afghanistan
After decades of tension and hostility between the two nations, has change finally come to US-Cuba relations?