The time is not right for an independent international inquiry into human rights violations in Yemen, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UN in Geneva said on Wednesday, responding to calls from the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller is seeking to interview current and former administration officials as part of an ongoing investigation into Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election, a report said.
Iran’s foreign minister expressed Tehran’s readiness to assist the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in investigations into use of chemical weapon agents in Syria’s Khan Sheikhoun.
A South Korean presidential probe into the “unauthorized” US deployment of additional missile launchers in South Korea has found that the Asian country’s own military authorities had deliberately withheld the information from the new president.
The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Tuesday named a three-person team to probe alleged atrocities against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims, a key step in an investigation already rejected by the country's government.
Prosecutors in Turkey have issued arrest warrants for 85 staff at two ministries as part of a probe targeting the network of US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen whom Ankara accuses of masterminding the July 2016 failed coup.
Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has rejected a decision by the United Nation’s rights council to investigate allegations of killings, rape and torture by army forces against Rohingya Muslims in the county’s troubled Rakhine State.
An FBI employee, who was assigned to investigate a German member of the Daesh (ISIL) terror group, instead fled to Syria to marry him, according to a new report that exposes an embarrassing failure on part of America’s intelligence community.
Iran, Russia and Syria on Friday called for an impartial investigation into an alleged gas attack in the Syrian town of Khan Shaykhun, which became a pretext for the US to launch missile attack on the Arab country last week.
A Supreme Court justice dealt President Michel Temer and Brazil's political elite a heavy blow on Tuesday by ordering investigations into eight cabinet ministers and dozens of lawmakers allegedly linked to the country's biggest corruption scandal.
Through a flurry of contacts with world authorities, the Iranian Foreign Ministry has been promoting a proposal by President Hassan Rouhani for an international, impartial investigation into accusations of a chemical attack in northwestern Syria.