Tag: Trials

N. Macedonia upholds most convictions on fishermen slayings

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SKOPJE, North Macedonia — North Macedonia’s criminal court on Tuesday reduced the sentences originally imposed on two people and acquitted one in a retrial...

Germany: 1st verdict expected in Syria torture trial

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BERLIN — Human rights campaigners and torture survivors are closely watching a verdict expected from a German court Wednesday in the trial of a...

Israeli court delays Netanyahu corruption trial until April

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JERUSALEM — The Jerusalem court overseeing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial has delayed the opening of the dramatic evidentiary stage until after March...

‘We lied’: NY prosecutors face heat in botched sanction case

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MIAMI — Federal prosecutors in New York acknowledged telling a “flat lie” to a criminal defendant's legal team while trying to downplay their mishandling...

Member of Kansas City Proud Boys chapter to remain in jail

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WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Washington D.C., ruled Tuesday that the alleged leader of the Kansas City-area chapter of the Proud Boys should...

Ghislaine Maxwell makes third attempt at bail on sex charges

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NEW YORK — Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite awaiting trial on charges that she recruited teenage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse, says...

Terror trial for former ETA leader is adjourned over virus

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PARIS — A Paris court ordered Monday that the appeals trial of former ETA political chief Jose Antonio Urrutikoetxea Bengoetxea will be adjourned because...

Delayed trial of Women v US Soccer pushed back to June 15

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LOS ANGELES — The long delayed trial in the case of female players against the U.S. Soccer Federation has been pushed back again. ...

Minnesota House rejects security fund for officers’ trials

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ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota House rejected a bill to create a fund to bolster security during the upcoming murder trial of a...

Delayed Legion of Christ extortion trial goes ahead in Italy

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ROME — A judge in Milan has ruled that trial can go ahead in a case in which priests and lawyers of the Legion...