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Russia rejects appeal against Brittney Griner's prison sentence
The US basketball player was convicted in Moscow on drug charges in August.
Navalny loses appeal over being labelled an extremist and a terrorist
Navalny, Russia's highest profile critic of Vladimir Putin, was given a nine-year jail sentence earlier this year.
Dutch police use 'deepfake' video in appeal over boy's murder in 2003
Police in Rotterdam say it is the world's first time that an artificially manipulated video has been used in this way.
Former French PM Fillon loses appeal against corruption conviction
The court gave Fillon a one-year prison sentence for a "fake jobs" scandal involving his wife Penelope.
Post-Brexit Northern Ireland protocol is legal, says Belfast court
The decision is a setback for unionists who see the agreement as a threat to their place in the UK.
Norway appeals court increases sentence of ‘ambulance hijacker’
Two young children were injured when a man deliberately drove the vehicle into pedestrians in Oslo in 2019.
Swedish filmmakers face second trial for exploring wreck of MS Estonia
A total of 852 people died - it was Europe’s worst peacetime maritime disaster.
Rich countries should pay €14 billion urgently to end pandemic — WHO
"Science gave us the tools to fight COVID-19; if they are shared globally in solidarity, we can end COVID-19 as a global health emergency this year," said the World Health Organization's chief.
'Absolutely essential': UN launches €4.4 bn appeal to help Afghans
The UN says $5bn (€4.4bn) is needed to pay health and other essential workers to help prevent the collapse of basic services following the Taliban takeover.
Mercedes withdraws appeal against controversial F1 season finale
A safety car decision by the FIA had led to Red Bull's Max Verstappen winning his first F1 world championship.
SNCF told to pay passenger over €1 million after train door accident
France's national state-owned railway company has been ordered to pay more than €1 million in compensation to a passenger who had her leg amputated in 2008 after a train door accident.
Footballer Lucas Hernandez avoids prison in Spain after winning appeal
The World Cup-winning footballer had been facing jail time in Spain for violating a restraining order.
MH17 investigators appeal to Russians for help over missile
The international team investigating the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine has appealed to Russian citizens for information.
Kosovo upholds Serb MP conviction for denying 1999 massacre
Ivan Todosijevic was jailed in 2019 for claiming that a massacre of Kosovo Albanians by Serbian forces was fabricated.
Polish appeals court dismisses complaint against Holocaust book
Judges stated that scholarly research should not be judged by the courts and overturned the ruling against the book's co-authors.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
UN judges to rule on Mladic appeal against Bosnian war convictions
The verdict in Mladić's appeal case will effectively conclude UN prosecutions for crimes committed during the 1992-95 Bosnian War.
The Deer Hunter? Czech police search for missing rifle stolen by deer
Czech police have appealed for help to find a missing weapon after a deer stole a hunter's rifle and fled on Friday.
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Lockerbie: Appeal to clear man convicted for 1988 bombing underway
Libyan intelligence officer Abdel Basset al-Megrahi was jailed for life in 2001 for the 1988 murder of the 270 passengers and crew of Pan Am flight 103 over the Scottish town of Lockervie. He died in 2012.
Former mayor deputy appeals charge over Marseille building collapse
A former deputy to the Mayor of Marseille will appeal his indictment in the investigation into the fatal collapse of two buildings in 2018, which killed eight people.
Deadline looms for TikTok to end operations in the US
President Donald Trump's administration said it was working on a solution for TikTok after the Chinese company applied for an extension to the deadline when it must cease operating in the US.