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German court orders end to coronavirus lockdown around meat plant
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Russia sentences former US marine Paul Whelan to 16 years in prison
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Cardinal Pell is free, cleared of child sex abuse in Melbourne
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Volkswagen cheated emissions tests, UK court rules
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Former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond cleared of sexual assault
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Dubai's ruler found guilty of campaign of fear against wife
The ruler of Dubai conducted a campaign of fear and intimidation against his estranged wife and ordered the abduction of two of his daughters, a British judge ruled in documents that were unsealed Thursday.
Chinese court jails Swedish bookseller Gui Minhai for 10 years
The naturalised Swedish citizen who sold books in Hong Kong that were sceptical of the Communist Party has been sentenced for 'illegally providing intelligence overseas'.
Defendant kills himself in Moscow courtroom after prison sentence
Former Russian prison service official Viktor Sviridov shot himself dead in a courtroom after being given a three-year jail sentence for corruption.
Turkey slams Belgium court ruling that PKK are not 'terrorists'
Belgium's Foreign Ministry maintains that they are committed to their relations with Turkey, and will continue to work with international partners to fight terrorism.
High court judge becomes Greece's first female president
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Russian court convicts 11 over 2017 St Petersburg bombing
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The case had been brought by anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller.