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Trump Organization convicted of tax fraud
Donald Trump's company has been convicted of tax fraud for a scheme by top executives to avoid paying personal income taxes on perks such as apartments and luxury cars.
A French man has won the right not to be 'fun' at work
The highest French court ruled that a Paris-based consultant was wrongfully fired after he refused to stick to the "fun" values of the company.
G7 justice ministers discuss coordinating war crime probes
The G7 justice ministers, the European Commission (EC) and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have discussed coordinating efforts
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Chief prosecutor in The Hague on ICC's role in justice for war crimes
With evidence of appalling war crimes in Ukraine following a U.N. Human Rights Committee investigation, Euronews speaks to Karim Khan, about his role as chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Putin's position would not give him 'immunity' from prosecution - ICC
International Criminal Court's (ICC) chief prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan QC also told Euronews that indiscriminate attacks on civilians are not acceptable.
Belgium to step up fight against drug smuggling and organised crime
The Port of Antwerp seized 89 tonnes of cocaine In 2021.
Belgium kicks off largest-ever trial for 2016 Brussels terror attacks
Up to 960 civil plaintiffs will be represented in the landmark trial, expected to last a total of eight months.
UN adopts 'historic' resolution on justice for rape victims
The UN has adopted a landmark resolution which grants access to justice for survivors of sexual violence -- its first standalone motion recognising rape in peacetime.
EU Council sued for approving Poland's €35-billion COVID recovery fund
It is claimed the agreement between Brussels and Warsaw fails to restore judicial independence in Poland.
Outrage in India as rapists freed from jail for 'good behaviour'
The group of 11 men were sentenced to life for gang-raping a pregnant woman in 2002 during religious turmoil in the state of Gujarat.
Golfers from Saudi-backed LIV tour file antitrust lawsuit against PGA
The lawsuit says the PGA Tour threatened to hand them lifetime bans and accuse the organisation of having a monopoly on golf.
I've hope for international justice despite ICC's bumpy history | View
James A. Goldston assesses the success of international criminal justice to mark the 20th anniversary of the International Criminal Court.
EU anti-fraud office wants bloc to recover over €500 million
The anti-fraud office said fraudsters continued to try to take advantage of the COVID-19 crisis.
Dozens protest in Panama over disappearances of women
More than a hundred people protest in Panama City over the disappearances of more than 15 women in the past year.
EU triggers rule of law mechanism for first time against Hungary
The Commission is coming after EU funds Orban and his allies are accused of having funneled away to line their pockets.
Assange supporters gather in front of court ordering his extradition to US
Supporters of Julian Assange gather in London after a UK court issued a formal order to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to the United States to face trial over the publication of secret files relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Ketanji Brown Jackson: New US Supreme Court Justice
Ketanji Brown Jackson celebrated her confirmation as the first Black woman appointed to the nation's highest judicial bench.
UK Post Office inquiry into IT scandal begins over unfair convictions
More than 700 post office managers were wrongfully convicted because of a faulty IT system, in one of the worst miscarriages of justice in British legal history.
Brussels to withhold EU funds from Poland to cover unpaid fines
Warsaw was slapped with a €500,000-a-day fine last year for failing to close a controversial lignite mine near the Czech Republic.
Buenos Aires residents block roads in protest over drug arrests
Residents from the Barrio 8 neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, where an adulterated cocaine that killed over 20 people was sold, protest over arrests of people they say are not linked to the crime.