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French justice minister Nicole Belloubet revealed that the government plans to introduce a new reform that will mean under-13s who commit crimes will not face criminal charges, regardless of their actions.
Reports of discriminatory acts in Italy increased fourfold between 2017 and 2018, soaring from 92 to 360.
Christopher Guest More Jr was arrested in Malta on Thursday
Liviu Dragnea has been in the sights of anti-corruption campaigners for years in what his supporters claim are politically motivated proceedings. This week he finally ended up in prison.
Opposition to the Romanian politician has often crystalised on social media so the reaction to his jailing was predictable but nevertheless creative.
Serbia puts forces on alert after Kosovo police operation in Serb-populated north
A fugitive struck an unusual deal with a police department in Connecticut, United States: he agreed to surrender if his wanted poster on Facebook gets 15,000 likes.
The 35 year old was arrested with more than 2 kilograms of drugs in September of last year.
An international cybercrime network which used malware to steal an estimated $100 million (€89.3 million) from thousands of victims has been dismantled, Europol announced on Thursday.
A man drove off with a rare vintage Ferrari worth more than €2 million after taking it out for a test in Germany, police say.
Update: German police are investigating possible links to a sect and a suicide pact in the case of five deaths that happened in two towns more than 650 km apart.
Michael Cohen enters jail, vows to 'share the truth' about Donald Trump
Don’t give a crepe: Pancake van thief won’t pull over for police
Cypriot police searched on Friday for more victims of a suspected serial killer amid mounting public accusations that authorities mishandled investigations.
Tokyo District Public Prosecutors' Office appealed the Japan court's decision of releasing Renault-Nissan ex-chaiman Carlos Ghosn under a $4.5 million bail on Thursday.
There are calls for a shift in the government's mindset to deal with increasing knife crime in London.
An Italian man has been arrested by police for fraud after falsely claiming €137,000 in benefits by pretending to be disabled.
"Speedboat killer" Jack Shepherd has lost his appeal against his conviction for manslaughter
The Copenhagen police arrested 14 men on Saturday night, after a shooting that injured several people.
The song tells the story of a child who would do anything to not go to school.