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Trump sets a date to name his Supreme Court nominee
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.
UK top court backs heterosexual couple seeking civil partnership
The Supreme Court has ruled that a heterosexual couple is allowed to enter into a civil partnership.
Spain: Doctor stands trial over stolen baby case
An elderly gynaecologist, accused of abducting a baby in 1969 and giving her to another woman, went on trial Tuesday in Madrid. Activists protested outside the court demanding the re-opening of other cases dating back to the 1976-1983 rule of dictator Franco
Italy court ends ‘absurdity’ which forced abuse victim’s family to pay
The Bologna appeals court has overturned a ruling that forced the family of a sex abuse victim to pay her aggressor thousands of euros — but far too late to save the girl’s life.
Court fines Scottish man over 'grossly offensive' Nazi dog video
A Scottish man has been fined £800 after he trained a dog to perform Nazi salutes and react positively to anti-Jewish commands in a video that went viral.
Life support ‘withdrawn’ from toddler Alfie Evans as parents lose appeal
The parents of a boy with a degenerative neurological condition have been locked in a legal battle in the UK as they seek further treatment to keep him alive.
Thousands protest across Ireland for second day over rugby rape trial
Discontent over the handling of a high-profile rape trial involving two Ireland rugby players is showing no sign of abating as thousands of protesters took to the streets for a second day on Saturday.
West Bank teen, Ahed Tamimi, gets eight months in prison
West Bank teen, Ahed Tamimi, gets eight months in prison for slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers after a plea deal that helped her avoid more serious charges.
US porn star Stormy Daniels sues Trump, wants to speak out
Adult film star Stormy Daniels sues President Trump, saying the nondisclosure agreement arranged to cover up their alleged relationship is invalid because he never signed it.
Vatican treasurer in Australian court on sex offence charges
Cardinal Pell's lawyers have previously said he would plead not guilty to all charges, the details of which have not been made public.
US Supreme Court blocks Trump on DACA
The US Supreme Court has blocked Trump's move to call a halt to DACA, the programme protecting the children of illegal immigrants from deportation. The scheme had been set to come to an end on 5 March.
South Korea prosecutors demand 30 years in jail for ex president
Former president Park Geun-hye, who governed South Korea from 2013 until last year, faces charges of bribery and abuse of power.
Botswana hangs man who murdered girlfriend and son in 2010
Joseph Poni Tselayarona, 28, was executed on Saturday after the 2010 murder of his girlfriend and her three-year-old son, the Botswana Prison Service said.
Spanish man fined more than 400 euros for photoshopping himself into a
The 24-year-old man was ordered to pay the fine for his “attack against religious feelings”.
Brits in the Netherlands win bid to take EU citizenship case to ECJ
The Amsterdam court agreed to refer their case about exactly what defines EU citizenship to the European Court of Justice.
Judge to rule if Assange can walk free from embassy
The Wikileaks founder sought asylum in Ecuador’s London embassy in 2012 to avoid being extradited to Sweden.
British hacking suspect wins US extradition fight
Lauri Love, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is accused of hacking computer systems at US agencies including the FBI and the Federal Reserve
Paris attack suspect to face trial in Brussels today
Salah Abdeslam has been linked to attacks that killed 130 people in the French capital in 2015. But the trial will hear separate charges for a police shootout that he fled, days before his eventual arrest and four months after the attacks.
Disgraced Nassar attacked in court
The father of three victims of Larry Nassar tried to attack the disgraced former sports doctor during a sentencing hearing on Friday, after the judge declined his request for time alone with Nassar in a locked room.
ECJ rules 'sexuality tests cannot constitute basis for refusal of asyl
The European Court of Justice barred the "sexuality tests" from being used as grounds to reject an asylum application.