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Turkey may have to build new courthouses to cope with the thousands of prosecutions over July’s failed coup, the country’s Justice minister has said.
Former Islamist rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has been found guilty of war crimes for destroying historical sites in Timbuktu during Mali's conflict in 2012.
Police in the US state of Texas said a gunman who shot and injured at least nine people on Monday was wearing military-style clothing at the time of the attack.
Authorities in Brazil have arrested Antonio Palocci, a former finance minister and senior figure in the last two governments.
Jordanians have condemned the killing of a writer who was shot outside the court where he was standing trial.
A French appeals court has cut the amount of damages owed by trader Jerome Kerviel to his former employer Societe Generale to a million euros.
A white police officer in the US state of Oklahoma has been charged with first degree manslaughter after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man whose car had broken down and blocked a…
Betty Shelby, the Tulsa police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man, has been charged with manslaughter.
Yahoo! Inc says information was stolen from at least 500 million user accounts in 2014 by what is believes was a "state-sponsored actor".
The Polish parliament has begun debating proposals that would implement a total ban on abortion, despite already having some of Europe’s most restrictive laws.
The national guard has been deployed in the US city of Charlotte, after a second night of violent protests over the police shooting of a black man.
It is alleged millions of euros worth of the counterfeit drugs were sold via the Internet from an address in Poland. Officials say popular brand names and own branding labels were used.
US prosecutors have formally charged Ahmad Rahami, the suspect who was arrested after weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey in which 29 people were…
Brazil’s former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is to stand trial for allegedly accepting over one million dollars (800,000 euros) in bribes in connection with the corruption scandal at the state-
A man accused of driving his car into a crowd of pedestrians in Austria has gone on trial in the town of Graz.
Canadian actor Jim Carrey is at the centre of a lawsuit that claims he is implicated in the death of his former girlfriend. But the 54-year-old
The trial of a man suspected of killing three people and wounding 108 others after driving his car into crowds, begins in Graz in Austria today.
Olympic champions Mo Farah and Justin Rose were among athletes targeted on Monday in the latest leak of confidential medical documents that the World Anti-Doping Agency says were shared by the Fancy B
The US government has paid over €1 million to the family of a 37 year-old Italian aid worker who was killed by a US drone attack whilst being held hostage in…
A London Court has ruled that 32 year-old Lauri Love should be extradited to the US to face charges of hacking US government computer systems.
The debate on Therepeutic Use Exemptions in sport is reaching boiling point following the leaking of confidential medical files of scores of high-profile…
A Swedish appeals court has decided to uphold the arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been defending the decision to order Apple to pay 13 billion euros in back tax to the Irish government.
The German government said three young Syrian men arrested in the north of Germany were members of so-called Islamic State (ISIL).
Amatrice Town Council has filed a petition against French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo for ‘aggravated defamation’ after it published a cartoon showing the victims of last month’s earthquake in I
John Hinckley Jr, the man who tried to assassinate US President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been permanently freed from psychiatric hospital.
Police and eyewitnesses says dozens have been taken to hospital. Firefighters are struggling to control the blaze in the four-storey building.
The US federal government has temporarily halted a controversial oil pipeline in North Dakota, moments after a judge approved the project.