Australian former professional rugby player Israel Folau is seeking to raise 3 million Australian dollars (€1.8 million) to fund legal action against Rugby Australia and the New South Wales Waratahs for his sacking last month.
A Moldovan court relieved President Igor Dodon of his duties in a statement and appointed the former prime minister as interim president the day after a new coalition government was formed.
The 33-year-old died in November last year, three months after being attacked in the southern Ukrainian town of Kherson.
Dmitry Yazov was sentenced in absentia to 10 years in prison for his role in the violent January 1991 crackdown on Lithuania's pro-independence movement.
Italy's top court has opened a probe into a sentence by an Ancona appeals court that found the victim in a rape case was "too ugly to be raped".
The first person to be convicted in the UK for female genital mutilation gets 11 years in jail.
Top French court upholds police use of controversial rubber-bullet launchers.
Beijing and Ottawa have exchanged accusations after convicted drug smuggler Robert Lloyd Schellenberg’s 15-year jail term in China was replaced with the death penalty.
A court released an Austrian student and activist arrested in Turkey but barred him from leaving the country until judicial proceedings take place
Hungarian protesters and opposition MPs entered the state TV building on Monday to demonstrate against Viktor Orban's government's policies.
The entire collection of 58 works was removed after a court dispute contesting the ownership of the items according to local media.
Two leaders from Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge have been convicted of genocide, almost four decades after the communist regime was overthrown.
A court in Ecuador has rejected Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's lawsuit and ruled that he must abide by the London embassy's new rules.
The public tender for a working space in Spain has been cancelled after a tribunal ruled it discriminated against heterosexual people.
The move comes as Assange is still being sheltered at the country’s UK embassy.
The Spanish doctor accused of stealing and selling a baby girl has been found guilty of all charges but will not be punished due to statute of limitations. A victim of the "stolen-babies" programme said verdict leaves a "bittersweet taste".
A man has been jailed and fines after slapping a woman's bottom on a bus in Paris and making lewd remarks
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People who consider themselves pastafarian may not wear a colander on their head for their passport picture ruled the highest administrative court of the Netherlands.
A court in San Francisco ordered chemical giant Monsanto to a man who claims the company's products caused his terminal cancer.
Dewayne Johnson is one of 5,000 plaintiffs claiming against the company, Monsanto, with his potentially ground-breaking case believed to be the first to reach a trial.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's lawyers are seeking to have sexual assault charges thrown out over "warm" emails
British pop singer Sir Cliff Richard has won a privacy case against the BBC. He has been awarded the equivalent of €220,000 euros in damages ( $260,000 US dollars).
France's Constitutional Court rules that "fraternity" protects a French farmer who was convicted of providing aid to migrants
It's after a court hearing in Malta on Monday after rescuing around 230 migrants. The prosecutor says the ship was not properly registered but the groups operating both vessels deny any wrongdoing.
US President Donald Trump said he plans to announce his nominee to replace retiring US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9, and that he has narrowed his list of candidates.