By Widlore Mérancourt & Claire Parker | The Washington Post
Angry police officers in Haiti descended on the prime minister’s residence and the country’s main airport Thursday to protest the killings of more than a dozen of their comrades in the past two weeks.
By Michael Crowley & Edward Wong | The New York Times
A top State Department official said the ouster of several Ukrainian officials this week after corruption charges “sends a very strong signal.”
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The International Criminal Court’s decision to allow a probe into the Philippines’ drugs war to resume is an “irritant,” the country’s justice secretary said Friday, maintaining the ICC has no jurisdiction over the country’s affairs.
By Daniel Politi | Associated Press (free)
The United States issued sanctions against Paraguay’s former President Horacio Cartes Jara and current Vice President Hugo Velázquez Moreno on Thursday, unveiling explosive accusations that they participated in widespread schemes of corruption and have ties to members of a terrorist organization.
By Eric Schmitt & Helene Cooper | The New York Times
U.S. Special Operations commandos killed a senior Islamic State leader in an early-morning helicopter raid in a remote area of northern Somalia on Thursday, U.S. officials said.
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