A top Portuguese bullfighter, João Moura Jr, has incurred the wrath of animal rights groups in Europe, by posting a series of shocking photographs on his Facebook page showing pit bulls attacking a calf.
The story of a 23-year-old woman gang-raped by six men on a moving bus, attacked with an iron rod, and thrown out of the bus in New Delhi, India (and the lack of proper official response to her case) has outraged the Indian society.
A 17-year-old teenage Indian girl was beaten, stripped and burned with cigarettes by a mob of men as she left a bar in India. The incident that happened late in the night in the Indian city of Guwahati has caused national outrage.
The Washington Post reports that German Nobel laureate, Günter Grass, is attempting to set the record straight on a poem that sharply criticizes Israel. Grass maintains he was attacking the government's current policies, and not Israel as a whole.
A video of two young brothers being beaten by a lynch mob in Pakistan has outraged the country and provoked police to arrest several suspects. The boys were beaten to death for apparently taking part in an armed robbery.
One of the founding fathers of the fight for gay equality in Britain, Antony Grey, has died. He was 82. He had been suffering from leukaemia for some years and died in King Edward VII Hospital in London.
Two men on trial on charges of homosexuality in Malawi, Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga, have issued a defiant message from their prison cell, affirming their love for each other and thanking their supporters in Malawi and worldwide.
Human-rights advocates are calling for a same-sex couple in Malawi to be adopted as prisoners of conscience by Amnesty International, after they were arrested for holding a traditional engagement ceremony.
YouTube pointed the virtual finger at Pakistan as the country attempted to block complete access to the media sharing website on Sunday. The blame has been put squarely on Pakistan's' shoulders as the site nearly "blacked out" on a world scale