Jay Y Lee, the head of South Korea's Samsung Group, is denying all the bribery, embezzlement and other charges in a corruption scandal.
Ukraine's anti-corruption prosecutor says investigators suspect 38-year-old Roman Nasirov helped exiled lawmaker Oleksandr Onishchenko deprive the state of the money in tax revenue linked to a gas dea
Two women accused of killing the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un, have been charged with murder in Malaysia.
Egypt’s top court has upheld death sentences for ten men convicted for their roles in the country’s worst football related violence.
In Turkey a trial has begun for 47 people accused of plotting to kill President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last July.
French farmer arrested for helping migrants handed suspended fine
A defiant Artur Mas, the former Catalan president says he has nothing to apologise for as he goes on trial today for his role in the symbolic independence referendum staged in the region three years…
Greece’s Supreme Court has postponed a final decision on whether or not to extradite eight Turkish soliders who fled to the country in July.
The Norwegian government is presenting its closing statement in an appeal involving mass murderer, Anders Breivik.
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 Constitutional Court in Seoul has pushed ahead with the start of an impeachment trial against Park Geun-Hye, despite her refusal to attend
Cédric Herrou faces an eight-month suspended sentence and driving restrictions for the aid he has given to African migrants.
South Korea's President Park stayed away from the Constitutional Court's first day of hearings into her possible impeachment.
The first case of alleged plundering by the families of African leaders to make lavish purchases in France has come to court in Paris.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde vowed to fight “allegation by allegation” on the first day of her trial in Paris where she is being accused of negligence in allowing the misuse of public…
The Sicilian court is expected to deliver its verdict on captain Ali Malek on Tuesday. Just 28 of the 800 migrants survived when the fishing boat sunk in April 2015.
Dozens of campaigners are in Luxembourg to call for the protection of whistleblowers.
The head of the International Monetary Fund goes on trial in Paris over her role in a state payout to businessman Bernard Tapie when she was finance minister.
Prosecutors have been summing up at the war crimes trial of the ex-Bosnian Serb commander in The Hague.
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has appeared in court via video link to give evidence in the trial of five ex-riot policemen accused of shooting dead protesters in…
The leader of the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV) has denied being racist at his incitement trial in Amsterdam.
Mysterious case of mistaken identity? 'Prolific people smuggler' on trial in Italy could be wrong manThe trial in Italy of an alleged prolific people smuggler has been suspended until November 28 amid allegations of a glaring case of mistaken identity.
The trial in Italy of an alleged prolific people smuggler has been suspended until November 28 amid allegations of a glaring case of mistaken identity.
Russia’s Supreme Court has struck down a lower court’s decision to hand Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny a five year suspended sentence for corruption and sent the case back for…
The Christian and ethnic Chinese governor of Jakarta, Indonesia, is to be investigated on allegations of blasphemy.