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Trial date set for Egypt Brotherhood leaders
Trial date set for Egypt Brotherhood leaders

An Egyptian court on Sunday set a trial date for Muslim Brotherhood leaders in a move likely to enrage supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi.

Trial date set for Egypt Brotherhood leaders
Dias Kadyrbayev (L) and Azamat Tazhayakov are pictured in a courtroom sketch at the John Joseph Moakley United States Federal Courthouse in Boston. ©REUTERS
Kazakhstan students accused of destroying evidence in Boston plead not guily

The students from Kazakhstan Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev accused of conspiring to destroy evidences in the Boston bombings case plead they are not guilty.

Kazakhstan students accused of destroying evidence in Boston plead not guily
Katherine Jackson to testify at LA trial
Katherine Jackson to testify at LA trial

Michael Jackson's mother Katherine will finally take the stand Friday at her trial against tour promoters AEG Live, who she alleges negligently hired the doctor convicted over the star's 2009 death.

Katherine Jackson to testify at LA trial
LA vows show of force after Zimmerman-linked violence
LA vows show of force after Zimmerman-linked violence

Los Angeles' mayor announced the deployment of extra police Tuesday to prevent more violent protests over the Trayvon Martin trial.

LA vows show of force after Zimmerman-linked violence
Russia puts Putin's opponents on trial
Russia puts Putin's opponents on trial

As a judge prepares to give his verdict Thursday in the fraud trial of Russian protest leader Alexei Navalny, a growing number of President Vladimir Putin's opponents are facing trial and the prospect of long prison terms.

Russia puts Putin's opponents on trial
Dias Kadyrbayev (L) and Azamat Tazhayakov are pictured in a courtroom sketch at the John Joseph Moakley United States Federal Courthouse in Boston. ©REUTERS
Kazakhstan students' trial in Boston postponed

A new deadline for the trial over Kazakhstan students accused of conspiring to destroy evidences in the Boston bombings case has been set to August.

Kazakhstan students' trial in Boston postponed
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Photo courtesy of skydancingblog.com
Boston bombing suspect pleads not guilty

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the teenager accused of carrying out the Boston bombings, pleaded not guilty to all charges in US federal court, nearly three months after the deadly April attacks.

Boston bombing suspect pleads not guilty
Coward or scapegoat? Italy cruise captain on trial
Coward or scapegoat? Italy cruise captain on trial

The captain of the Costa Concordia has been portrayed as a villain who crashed and then abandoned his cruise ship in a tragedy that claimed 32 lives.

Coward or scapegoat? Italy cruise captain on trial
Jackson said tour would 'kill' him, son testifies
Jackson said tour would 'kill' him, son testifies

An exhausted Michael Jackson warned that tour promoters AEG Live were going to "kill" him as he rehearsed for a marathon concert tour shortly before his death.

Jackson said tour would 'kill' him, son testifies
Apple, US government spar in antitrust trial finale
Apple, US government spar in antitrust trial finale

Apple on Thursday dismissed allegations it conspired to raise the price of e-books and said the US government's antitrust case against it would deter new entrants to concentrated markets.

Apple, US government spar in antitrust trial finale
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris. ©REUTERS/Phil McCarten
AEG trial hears Paris Jackson video testimony

Paris Jackson recalled how her father's ex-nanny would sneak into his bed, in testimony played at the trial between the late King of Pop's family and the promoters of his last doomed tour.

AEG trial hears Paris Jackson video testimony
Mysterious Steve Jobs emails hang over Apple trial
Mysterious Steve Jobs emails hang over Apple trial

The late Steve Jobs took center stage Monday in the latest twist in the Apple antitrust trial on ebooks.

Mysterious Steve Jobs emails hang over Apple trial
Dias Kadyrbayev (L) and Azamat Tazhayakov are pictured in a courtroom sketch at the John Joseph Moakley United States Federal Courthouse in Boston. ©REUTERS
Hearing on Kazakhstan students' Boston case to be held in July

Pre-trial hearings on the case of Kazakhstan students accused of conspiring to destroy evidences of Boston bombings will not take place earlier than in July.

Hearing on Kazakhstan students' Boston case to be held in July
Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide
Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide

Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt was found guilty of genocide and war crimes Friday in a landmark ruling stemming from massacres of indigenous people in his country's long civil war.

Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide
Landmark neo-Nazi murder trial to open in Germany
Landmark neo-Nazi murder trial to open in Germany

Germany's most high-profile neo-Nazi trial begins Monday after 10 mostly racially motivated murders by a long-hidden far-right gang which Chancellor Angela Merkel has called a "disgrace" for the country.

Landmark neo-Nazi murder trial to open in Germany
Neo-Nazi trial raises awkward questions for Germany
Neo-Nazi trial raises awkward questions for Germany

A German neo-Nazi murder trial starting Monday over the killings of 10 people has raised uncomfortable questions about murky links that the police and the intelligence services have with the extreme right.

Neo-Nazi trial raises awkward questions for Germany
Trial of Putin foe begins, swiftly adjourned
Trial of Putin foe begins, swiftly adjourned

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny Wednesday went on trial on charges he says were ordered by President Vladimir Putin but the process was swiftly adjourned to allow the defence more time to prepare.

Trial of Putin foe begins, swiftly adjourned
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny. ©REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
Russia puts Putin critic Navalny on trial

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny goes on trial Wednesday on embezzlement charges carrying a maximum 10-year jail term.

Russia puts Putin critic Navalny on trial
Mubarak set for low key retrial in Egypt
Mubarak set for low key retrial in Egypt

The retrial of Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak begins on Saturday in Cairo, with the fate of the ousted strongman largely eclipsed by the deadly turmoil and economic woes gripping the country.

Mubarak set for low key retrial in Egypt
US District Judge Lewis Kaplan. ©REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
US budget cuts could delay Bin Laden kin's trial

The highly anticipated New York trial of Osama bin Laden's son-in-law could be delayed because his court-appointed lawyers have been hit by US budget cuts.

US budget cuts could delay Bin Laden kin's trial