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The European Court of Human Rights has dismissed the complaint of businessman Yorgen Fenech, a suspect in the murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Two former Spanish prime ministers to testify at slush fund trial
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Trial of Canadian businessman in China ends without verdict
Two Canadians have been held for more than two years in apparent retaliation for Canada's arrest of a senior Chinese telecom executive.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in Tehran court on charges of propaganda
British-Iranian charity worker, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who served five years in jail for allegedly working against Tehran's government, is now accused of participating in a demonstration outside the Iranian embassy in London 12 years ago.
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France's ex-president, Nicolas Sarkozy, given jail term for corruption
He is the first former French leader to be handed out a prison sentence that includes time with no remission.
Kremlin critic Navalny loses appeal and is found guilty of defamation
The opposition leader, who returned to Russia in January after being treated for Novichok poisoning in Germany, appeared before a Moscow court in two separate cases on Saturday.
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