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Aldrich did not reveal a motivation for the shootings and declined to address the court during the sentencing part of the hearing.
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Fox has half-heartedly acknowledged the court’s rulings that certain claims about Dominion were false but offered no apology.
Donald Trump returns to New York to face criminal charges
Former President Donald Trump flew Monday from Florida to New York for his historic booking and arraignment on hush money charges, as the nation's largest city bolstered security and warned potential protesters it was “not a playground for your misplaced anger.”
Why is a Ukrainian Space company taking Russia to court for €530m?
CheZaRa, a Ukrainian company providing equipment for spacecraft, was all but destroyed during the Russian bombardment of Chernihiv. Now the company is suing for compensation. But sanctions on Russia mean it has had to think creatively.
UK embassy guard in Berlin jailed for spying for Russia
A London court has sentenced David Ballantyne Smith to more than 13 years in prison for putting UK diplomats at “maximum risk” by selling secret information to Russia.
Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández found guilty of fraud
Vice president Kirchner, who was also president between 2007-2015, is unlikely to serve jail time. She has some immunity via her government roles and is expected to launch a lengthy appeals process.
Russian journalist Ivan Safranov sentenced to 22 years in jail
A court in Moscow jailed Russian journalist Ivan Safranov to 22 years in a maximum security prison after finding him guilty of treason in a trial many see as politically motivated
Treat Syrian refugees the same as Ukrainians, says UN commission chair
More than 300,000 Syrian civilians have died in the last ten years of war in the Middle Eastern country.
Russia rejects European rights court's order to free Alexei Navalny
The European Court of Human Rights had demanded that Russia free Navalny immediately, warning that failing to do so would mark a breach of the European human rights convention.
Ousted Sudan president Bashir convicted for corruption
Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir faces a two-year sentence in a reform facility after his conviction for corruption on Saturday. His lawyer said the ex-ruler would appeal.
Fabien Neretsé stands trial on genocide charges in Belgium
Fabien Neretsé is accused of taking part in the murder of thirteen people, as well as war crimes and genocide in 1994. He denies the accusations.
EU court rules Polish government court reforms were unlawful
The EU's Court of Justice has found Poland broke the law with its 2017 judicial reforms that changed the retirement ages for judges and public prosecutors.
Putting Facial Recognition Technology in the dock: How the use of FRT is impacting UK law ǀ View
In the first legal challenge of its kind anywhere in the world, the Court ruled that the South Wales Police use of live facial recognition technology (‘FRT’), which has been trialled since 2017 was lawful even though no specific FRT law was or is in existence.
Madrid court rules Deliveroo couriers are employees, not freelancers
From now on, the online food delivery service Deliveroo will have to give its couriers a formal contract and corresponding benefits,
Ruling the roost: Swiss judge imposes crowing schedule on rooster
The cockerel is now allowed out from 8am to 10pm from Monday to Friday and from 9am to 10 pm on Sundays.
Former Nissan boss Ghosn re-arrested while on bail
Former Nissan Motor company boss Carlos Ghosn has been arrested for a fourth time. Media reports have suggested it concerns alleged improper payments made by the car giant to a dealer in Oman.
Catalan president visits fellow independence leaders in prison
They go on trial on Tuesday to face charges related to the illegal independence referendum in October 2017.
EU top court rules to freeze Poland's overhaul of Supreme Court
The European Court of Justice has issued an injunction against the implementation of Poland's new law on the Supreme Court, freezing any changes to the existing system.
South African judge increases Pistorius' sentence to 13 years
The former Paralympian had his sentence raised from six years to 13, taking into account the time he has already served in jail
Japan court rules state liable for negligence over Fukushima
A court in Japan has ruled for the first time that the state is jointly liable for negligence over the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.