The trial on murder-related charges against the former son-in-law of Kazakhstan's President has been postponed in Vienna.
A US judge sentenced British hate preacher Abu Hamza to life behind bars for the deadly kidnapping of Western tourists in Yemen and terrorism.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is the 21-year-old American of Chechen descent who faces the death penalty if convicted of the Boston marathon bombings.
A Russian court refused to take legal action after top opposition leader Alexei Navalny defiantly cut short his house arrest.
The long-awaited trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began with jury selection, 20 months after the shocking attack.
Top Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny could be facing jail after a sudden twist in his controversial fraud trail, which has angered his supporters.
The trial of Luka Magnotta took a grim photographic tour of the Montreal apartment where he butchered a Chinese student.
The trial of Rakhat Aliyev in Vienna, former Kazakhstan's ambassador to Austria, has been delayed for an unspecified period of time.
A defense request to delay the US trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be decided soon.
Rogue trader Jerome Kerviel, who lost his bank nearly five billion euros, paints himself as a simple soul caught up in an orgy of greed.
Somalia's journalist union urged the government to ensure a fair trial of three colleagues arrested last week.
London’s High Court has granted the motion of Kazakhstan's BTA Bank and ordered Mukhtar Ablyazov's lawyers to disclose information about the billionaire's assets.
Cambodia's UN-backed Khmer Rouge court began a second trial of two former regime leaders on charges including genocide of Vietnamese people and ethnic Muslims, forced marriages and rape.
Lawyers of Kazakh tycoon Mukhtar Ablyazov have filed a number of complaints against Aix-en-Provence judges.
Kazakhstani student Azamat Tazhayakov who is accused of removing items from Dzhokhar Tsarnayev’s room appeared before the court on Monday.
Veteran entertainer Rolf Harris, a household name in Britain since the 1960s, could face jail after his conviction on 12 counts of indecently assaulting girls.
Spain's Princess Cristina, a sister of the new King Felipe VI, will discover Wednesday whether she faces the threat of an unprecedented criminal corruption trial.
The jury in the trial of Rolf Harris, the Australian entertainer accused of a string of sexual assaults against girls and young women, retired to consider their verdicts.
A Chinese court overturned death sentences imposed on two men who allegedly forced into prostitution the daughter of a social campaigner, media reported Friday, the latest development in the high-profile case.
A US official said Thursday the United States has repatriated a dozen inmates from a secretive military prison in Afghanistan where foreign terror suspects have been held for years without trial.
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