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Maxwell accuser says jury 'sent a strong message' on sexual abuse
The British socialite was found guilty on Wednesday of luring teenage girls to be sexually abused by the American millionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
Denmark's ex-immigration minister convicted over asylum seeker policy
The rare impeachment case related to a 2016 order to separate asylum-seeking couples when one of the partners was a child.
Prosecution rests in sex-abuse trial of Ghislaine Maxwell
Prosecutors completed presenting their case against Ghislaine Maxwell after a key accuser testified that Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein forced themselves on her.
Maxwell trial: British teenager 'was groomed' by Jeffrey Epstein lover
The witness was the second woman to take the witness stand against Maxwell in federal court in Manhattan.
Jeffrey Epstein: Trial of former lover Ghislaine Maxwell begins
The trial, taking place in the Thurgood Marshall US courthouse in lower Manhattan, is expected to continue into mid-January.
'Life-changing': Revolutionary new HIV drug approved for use in the UK
Charities have welcomed the move as it offers an alternative to taking a daily cocktail of drugs.
Two tourists on trial in Italy over fatal Lake Garda boat crash
The collision on June 19 killed left two people dead.
Has the UN ‘failed to address’ the root causes of climate change?
As official proceedings took a break, activists, experts and campaigners came together to present four hours of evidence about the UNFCCC's inaction on climate change.
Huge 'mega-trial' convicts 70 members of Italy's biggest mafia group
A huge Italian 'mega-trial' has convicted 70 people linked to Italy's most powerful mafia group, 'Ndrangheta with hundreds more due in court.
Myanmar: Suu Kyi trial 'seriously abridges free and fair standards'
Human Rights Watch says gag orders have been imposed on the deposed leader's lawyers and information on her trial is hard to come by.
Second Hong Kong activist convicted under National Security Law
Ma Chun-man is the second person to be tried under the controversial law and the first to be convicted for non-violent offenses.
German jailed in one of first trials for war crimes against Yazidis
An estimated 7,000 Yazidi women and girls, some as young as nine, were enslaved and forcibly transferred to locations in Iraq and eastern Syria.
Italy's Berlusconi acquitted in corruption trial
Lawyers for Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian premier, say he has been acquitted by a court in Siena of corruption on Thursday.
Ex-Nazi camp secretary appears in court on war crimes charges
The 96-year-old woman faces more than 11,000 charges of accessory to murder.
Two men on trial accused of murdering Dutch crime reporter
Both suspects were present for Monday's preliminary hearing at Amsterdam District Court.
Man admits organising footballer Emiliano Sala's fatal flight in court
David Henderson was accused of acting in a reckless or negligent manner that could have endangered the plane, which crashed into the English Channel in January 2019.
Four Egyptian police officers on trial over murder of Giulio Regeni
Four high-ranking Egyptian security officers are being tried in absence of the 2016 murder of Italian student Giulio Regeni in Cairo.
'Justice has no expiry date': Ex-Nazi camp guard, 100, goes on trial
A 100-year-old former concentration camp guard will become the oldest person yet to go on trial for alleged Nazi-era crimes in Germany.
Paris attacks survivors begin testifying at historic trial
Survivors of the November 2015 terror attacks on Paris began recounting their trauma in the presence of over a dozen accused in court.
Carlos the Jackal: Paris court upholds terrorist's third life sentence
The convicted Venezuelan terrorist known as the "Carlos the Jackal" has has his third life sentence upheld, which was handed down for a 1974 grenade attack in Paris.