Chaotic scenes at the "mother of all marches" in Venezuela where at least three people have reportedly died.
A senior US official has accused Venezuela of trampling on "democracy" as she urged further action to redress an explosive political crisis. But Caracas has said US proposals for mediation were "completely useless."
In a first verdict of its kind, a Pakistani court sentenced a man to death for committing blasphemy on Facebook. But rights groups say the government is using blasphemy as an excuse to muzzle free speech in the country.
Luisa Ortega, a major critic of Venezuelan President Maduro, faces charges that could remove her from her post. She has launched legal challenges to Maduro's plans to rewrite the constitution.
South American nations have failed to pass a resolution aimed at ending months of violent demonstrations in Venezuela. The oil-rich nation has been engulfed by a political and economic crisis.
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