Yahya Jammeh, Gambia’s leader for 22 years, is refusing to make way for the newly elected president, Adama Barrow, who has yet to enter his own country as president.
A detention memo contends that Joaquín Guzmán Loera transformed the narcotics trade, deploying savagery and the corrupting force of unchecked profits.
Specially equipped police officers entered a prison near the city of Natal as rival gangs battled each other with metal bars and wooden clubs in scenes reminiscent of medieval warfare.
In an about-face for the Mexican government, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, was turned over to American officials on Thursday night.
The founder of WikiLeaks said on Thursday he said he would go if his rights were “protected,” though he is not under public indictment by the United States.
The tragedy came after earthquakes struck the region on Wednesday, prompting officials to close schools and the subway system in Rome, about 100 miles away, as a precaution.
The motives of a 15-year-old who opened fire in Monterrey were unknown, and investigators were looking into where he got the weapon.
A justice rejected a request to issue a warrant for Jay Y. Lee, but the de facto Samsung chief can still be indicted if a special prosecutor decides to pursue bribery allegations.