Alfred Chestnut, Andrew Stewart and Ransom Watkins pose for a photo after their release in Baltimore.  The men, who spent 36 years in prison, were exonerated of the 1983 murder of a teenage boy who was shot dead over a jacket. Photograph: Todd Kimmelman/AFP via Getty

The three teenagers were arrested in November 1983, and deemed the perpetrators of a brazen crime: they had shot and killed a 14-year-old boy as he wa(...)

Former Tunisian prime minister Beji Caid Essebsi,  leader of   Nidaa Tounes,  which is expected to  be  the strongest force in new  parliament.  Photograph: Samuel Aranda/The New York Times

Tunisia’s Ennahda party, the first Islamist movement to secure power after the 2011 Arab spring revolts, has conceded defeat in elections that ar(...)