South Korea's special prosecutors' office seeks the arrest of Samsung's de facto leader, Lee Jae-yong on allegations of corruption.
Samsung's vice chairman Jay Y Lee may be the next head to roll in the influence-peddling scandal which led to the impeachment of South Korea's president.
A damning US Justice Department report finds Chicago Police have routinely violated people's rights.
The Hungarian camerawoman who gained notoriety after tripping an immigrant and his child near the Hungary-Serbia border has escaped prison for her actions and been handed a three-year suspended…
The US Justice Department is to investigate its and the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton e-mail affair some blame for wrecking her run for the White House.
A French court has ordered the release of Ramush Haradinaj. However, the former prime minister of Kosovo will have to stay in France pending a review of a Serbian request for extradition.
US Environmental Protection Agency accuses Fiat Chrysler of using undeclared software allowing excess diesel emissions on some Jeep and Dodge vehicles
23 files on people and organisations involved in the 1989 Hillsborough football stadium disaster have been passed to the UK’s prosecution service.
Volkswagen has agreed to plead guilty to US charges that it cheated on diesel emission tests for a decade.
The 37-year-old mass killer was rebuked for the controversial gesture on the first day of the detention conditions appeal hearing in Norway.
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik gave a Nazi salute on Tuesday at the start of a fresh hearing over whether his human rights have been violated.
The Norwegian state is trying to overturn a ruling that it has violated his human rights by keeping him in isolation since he massacred 77 people in 2011.
Ivory Coast’s Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi and dozens of others have been allowed to leave a house where they had been trapped following a mutiny by disgruntled…
A South Korean court has jailed a local Volkswagen executive for 18 months for falsifying documents to get import certificates for vehicles.
Four young black people are due in court in Chicago on Friday over the torture of a mentally ill white man which was broadcast live on social media.
Over 8,000 online threats have been made following the conviction of Elor Azaria for the manslaughter of Abdul Fatah al-Sharif last March
An interim report by the body set up by the government to investigate abuses in Rakhine State finds no evidence to support claims of ethnic cleansing, rape and arson.
Israelis have been expressing their reactions to the manslaughter verdict given to an Israeli soldier for killing an disarmed Palestinian after a knife attack on a colleague.
A German consumer rights group has filed a test case against Volkswagen over the emissions cheating scandal trying to get compensation for owners.
German prosecutors say a Syrian man arrested at the weekend in the west of the country tried to get funds from ISIL to carry out a terrorist attack.
Israeli police have questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu under caution at his official residence in Jerusalem as part of an inquiry into corruption.
The first case of alleged plundering by the families of African leaders to make lavish purchases in France has come to court in Paris.
Asli Erdogan - who is not related to the country's president - is among nine journalists and writers who have gone on trial in Istanbul
Novelist Asli Erdogan - who is not related to the country's president - is among those on trial
Despite near-unanimous public and political support the French legal system is worried about the presidential pardon for husband-killer Jacqueline Sauvage.
French President Francois Hollande has taken the unusual step of pardoning a woman who killed her husband after enduring decades of
Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been indicted for corruption.
Basuki Purnama is accused of insulting the Koran in a case that's divided opinion in Muslim-majority Indonesia