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Top German court sides with far-right AfD over Angela Merkel comments
Merkel was found to have violated the far-right party's right to equal political opportunities by criticising them during a state visit to South Africa.
'How to Murder Your Husband' author murders husband, goes to prison
As life imitates art, author of 'How to Murder Your Husband', Nancy Crampton Brophy began serving a life sentence this week for murdering her own husband.
An abortion rights activist chains himself to the SCOTUS fence.
An abortion rights activist was arrested outside the Supreme Court on Monday after chaining himself to a fence.
Ed Sheeran awarded €1 million damages in 'Shape of You' copyright battle
Sheeran was accused by Sami Chokri and Ross O'Donoghue of being partly inspired by their title "Oh Why" for his biggest hit.
Should Happy the elephant have the same legal rights as a human?
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Climate change in court: German farmer sues Volkswagen
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Two Kosovo war veterans imprisoned for witness intimidation
It is the first verdict handed down by the Kosovo Specialist Chambers after it was established in 2015.
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are in court, but how did they get here?
Depp is suing Heard for defamation after she claimed he abused her, here we take a look at the journey that led them to the court room.
Depp and Heard had 'relationship of mutual abuse', court hears
A former personal assistant and a therapist have been giving shocking evidence in an ongoing libel suit between the Hollywood celebrities.
Prince Andrew and former wife named in UK embezzlement court case
The Duke of York allegedly received "significant sums" from a London-based Turkish businessman but is not believed to have committed any wrongdoing.
Former king Juan Carlos I could face trial for harassing former lover
The former monarch did not hold royal immunity from prosecution, judges said.
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.
Aung San Suu Kyi: Ousted leader 'sentenced to four more years in jail'
A legal official speaking anonymously said the court found Suu Kyi guilty of illegally importing and possessing walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.
Djokovic wins appeal against visa cancellation but outcome uncertain
The tennis star and his family have welcomed the judge's decision, but the government is considering overruling the move which could still see him deported.
Prince Andrew's lawyers ask US court to throw out sex abuse claims
The prince’s lawyers say that a 2009 deal Virginia Giuffre struck with financier Jeffrey Epstein should prevent her from suing Andrew now, even though he wasn’t a party to it.
Settlement between Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew accuser released
The Duke of York's lawyers say the 2009 deal should bar his accuser from suing Andrew now, even though he wasn’t a party to the original settlement.
Dutch MP ordered by court to delete COVID Holocaust tweets
A judge said social media posts by far-right MP Thierry Baudet went beyond 'robust public debate' and 'instrumentalised human suffering in the Holocaust'.
European human rights court urges Russia to tackle domestic violence
Judges said domestic violence against Russian women is occurring on a “staggering scale”.
German court convicts eight people in 'cyberbunker' trial
Investigators say the data centre had hosted online sites dealing drugs and other criminal businesses.
Protests continue demanding foreign treatment for ailing ex-PM in Bangladesh
Thousands of opposition protesters continue to stage demonstrations across Bangladesh, demanding that the government allows ailing former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia to fly abroad for medical treatment.
Georgia's former president appears in court on abuse of power charges
Mikheil Saakashvili has been imprisoned since he returned to Georgia in October to try and bolster opposition forces.
European Court of Justice: EU law precludes Hungary's supreme court
National judges in EU member states cannot be banned from seeking guidance from the European Court of Justice, the ruling stated.
Swedish far-right MEP convicted of sexually assaulting party member
Peter Lundgren was fined around €6,000 for sexually assaulting a fellow member of the Sweden Democrats in 2018.
Britney Spears' 13-year-long conservatorship ends
Britney Spears said it was the "best day ever" after her conservatorship came to an end.
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.
This climate group has published a guide on how to sue Shell and win
After a landmark victory against the fossil fuel company, Milieudefensie drafted a how-to guide that has been published during COP26.