A German pharmacist from the city of Bottrop has gone on trial, accused of diluting the medication of 1,000 cancer patients
Pakistan's former prime minister Nawaz Sharif attended an anti-corruption trial on Friday ordered by the country's Supreme Court when it removed him from office earlier this year.
Catalonia crisis: The Spanish state prosecutor has requested an European arrest warrant for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont after he failed to appear at a court
“For every nasty thing you said about her, you’re going to write a nice thing”
The golf legend, who was found asleep at the wheel with the engine running, will spend a year on probation.
Eleven human rights activists including the local heads of Amnesty Internationl face 15 years on terrorism charges.
The two women say they thought they were carrying out a prank for a reality show when they approached the North Korean leader's half-brother at Kuala Lumpur's international airport last February.
The appeal court judge suggested an abused women deserved to be punished for adultery
The man at the centre of the popular Netflix series Making a Murderer was denied a re-trial by a Wisconsin judge on Tuesday.
A Moscow court has sent Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny to jail for 20 days for calling for an unsanctioned protest
"Look, I've been in nowhere, USA, for the last nine years doing nothing. Nothing has changed in my life. What do you expect? Nothing's changed," Simpson said when asked what it felt like to be a free man.
The trial of 20 executives and staff members of Turkish daily Cumhuriyet resumes in Turkey on Monday.
Clashes break out after rally to mark four year anniversary of murdered Greek rapper Pavlos Fyssas
The former Brazilian president says accusations against him are "politically motivated"
EU threaten to take Poland to Court of Justice over judicial reforms
Istanbul court rules 17 members of Turkey's main opposition newspaper must remain behind bars
Prosecutors have charged 17 staff members of Turkey's main opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet with allegedly "sponsoring terror organisations," including the network of U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom the government blames for last year's failed coup.
Russia gives Crimean Tatar leader eight years jail in, say critics, a travesty of a trial.
An Israeli military court has rejected the appeal of a former Israeli soldier against manslaughter charges for killing a wounded and incapacitated Palestinian assailant.
Demostrations take place in Istanbul as the trial of 17 employees of Turkish opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet gets underway.
One of the founders of a controversial online challenge that encourages participants to kill themselves has been jailed.
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Doctors and nurses at Wales' biggest hospital were ordered to collectively pay £68,000 (77,369€) after losing a court battle over outstanding parking tickets on Friday, July 14.