US & Canada
Penalty is largest ever levied by the US government against a carmaker as Volkswagen admits guilt to three charges.
Rodrigo Duterte15 Dec 2016 10:09 GMT
Philippine President Duterte's claims of killings when he was a mayor constitute "high crimes", two senators say.
Fault Lines12 Dec 2016 14:42 GMT
A report on the aftermath of the Anacortes oil refinery explosion and ongoing efforts to hold the company accountable.
Latin America Investigates08 Dec 2016 08:17 GMT
Investigating an apparent culture of impunity that allows some in Mexican law enforcement to detain and kill at will.
Fault Lines06 Dec 2016 16:21 GMT
Fault Lines travels to Chicago to investigate the role of the police union contract in creating a code of silence.
South Africa05 Dec 2016 12:05 GMT
Democratic Alliance opposition party challenges government over move to withdraw from International Criminal Court.
Turkey18 Nov 2016 15:27 GMT
Critics accuse proposal of "encouraging child rape" but officials say it will protect those too young to marry legally.
Pakistan03 Nov 2016 19:26 GMT
Nawaz Sharif files response to Supreme Court order but leaves out his children despite orders in Panama Papers inquiry.
Iran25 Oct 2016 10:22 GMT
Robin Shahini, convicted of aiding a "hostile" government, says he will go on hunger strike until he is freed or dies.
Iran19 Oct 2016 11:45 GMT
Detentions of Siamak Namazi and his father Baquer, a former UNICEF worker, come amid a crackdown on dual citizens.
Human Rights18 Oct 2016 11:13 GMT
Comments about historical mistreatment of minorities come as police shootings of black men roil communities across US.
Human Rights10 Oct 2016 13:27 GMT
In Japan, nearly all cases that go to court end in convictions, but some abuse the law to obtain false confessions.
Pakistan06 Oct 2016 20:41 GMT
New legislation mandates life imprisonment of "honour" killers - even if victim's relatives forgive the murderers.
101 East06 Oct 2016 20:00 GMT
A look at Japan's justice system as forced confessions and wrong convictions threaten to taint law enforcement agencies.
Thailand02 Oct 2016 18:36 GMT
Ruling generals seen as trying to prove their sincerity by fundamentally reforming country's legal process.
Politics15 Sep 2016 08:06 GMT
Prosecutors file charges against Lula, his wife and six others in connection to sprawling Petrobras corruption scandal.
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