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Georgia's Saakashvili moved to prison hospital amid hunger strike
Georgia's jailed ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili has been moved to a prison hospital weeks after he began a hunger strike.
Tiger King Joe Exotic reveals he has 'aggressive cancer'
The announcement comes as Joe Exotic is serving time in prison for violating federal wildlife laws and a failed murder-for-hire plot.
Eight people jailed in Russia over deadly Kemerovo leisure centre fire
More than half of the 60 victims of the 2018 fire were children.
Danish brothers who murdered biracial man have sentences increased
The body of 28-year-old Phillip Mbuji Johansen was found in a forest on the Baltic Sea island in June 2020 after he had been tortured by two former friends.
Former Serb paramilitary jailed for 20 years for war crimes in Kosovo
An ethnic Serb has been sentenced to 20 years in prison in Kosovo after being convicted of war crimes, including involvement in a 1999 massacre.
Denmark set to ban life-term prisoners from new romances
Prisoners will be able to maintain contact by letter or telephone with people who were close to them before their detention.
Ex-ETA leader jailed for 1997 plot to attack Spain's former king
Maria Soledad Iparraguirre Guenechea was found guilty of "crimes against the Crown" and sentenced to an additional 15 years in prison.
Belarusian activist sentenced, weeks after stabbing himself in court
Stsiapan Latypau was reportedly given an eight-a-and-half-year sentence after his trial resumed on Monday.
Samsung leader Lee Jae-yong released from prison on parole
Lee Jae-yong was convicted of crimes related to the explosive corruption scandal that toppled South Korea's previous president Park Geun-hye.
Italian NGO calls on government to address overcrowded prisons
53,637 people occupy the approximately 47,000 prison cells in Italy, according to the annual report of prisoners’ rights association Antigone.
Ex-Albanian police officer jailed for killing that sparked protests
A former Albanian police officer was given a 10-year sentence for fatally shooting a man during a COVID-19 curfew patrol in December.
Former Belarusian presidential candidate given 14-year prison sentence
A court in Belarus has jailed former presidential contender Viktor Babariko for 14 years on corruption charges, which have been widely seen as politically motivated.
Derek Chauvin to be sentenced over George Floyd's murder
The former Minneapolis police officer faces up to 40 years in prison for his conviction of second-degree unintentional murder.
Man sentenced in Russia for preparing to commit school shooting
Russia has sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for preparing to massacre students, one week after nine people were killed at a school shooting in Kazan.
Belarusian drummer given six-year sentence for playing during rallies
According to Viasna, the musician had blocked traffic by waving a red and white flag and encouraged demonstrators to clap their hands.
Writer charged for calling Poland's president a 'moron'
Polish writer faces a potential three-year prison sentence for calling President Duda a "moron" in a Facebook post.
Romania's ex-minister sentenced for corruption and money-laundering
Elena Udrea, a former Romanian tourism minister, and Ioana Basescu, daughter of the former president, received prison sentences for money laundering.
Conservative French MPs support ex-President Sarkozy after conviction
A number of MPs from Sarkozy's Les Republicains party have expressed their "unwavering support" for the former president on social media.
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Former North Macedonia police chief sentenced over wiretapping scandal
The former head of the North Macedonian intelligence police has been imprisoned for 12 years for co-ordinating a decade-long illegal wiretapping scandal.
One of Latvia's richest men is jailed for bribery and money laundering
The businessman is regarded as one of the most influential figures in Latvian politics.