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Egypt sentences 21 to death over terrorism charges
Egypt has sentenced 21 people to death on charges of involvement in terror activities as the North African country presses ahead with a campaign to contain an insurgency linked to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Senior Catalan politician bailed after hearing on secession charges
A senior politician of Spain’s Catalonia has been bailed after a hearing on secession charges related to the region’s controversial independence movement last year.
Maltese court charges 3 with murder of journalist
A Maltese court charged three men Tuesday with the car-bomb slaying of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, as details from the investigation indicated she was killed by a remote-controlled explosion of TNT.
Senior Bahraini cleric dismisses charges of collusion with Qatar
Prominent Shia Bahraini cleric and opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman has roundly dismissed charges of working with the energy-rich Persian Gulf kingdom of Qatar to overthrow Bahrain’s ruling Al Khalifah regime.
Ronaldo appears in court on tax charges
Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at a Spanish court amid allegations he evaded millions in tax.
Iran's Foreign Ministry protests Kuwait decision, rejects charges
Iran's Foreign Ministry summoned Kuwait’s charge d’affaires in Tehran for “some explanations” after Kuwait told the Iranian Embassy to reduce its diplomatic staff in the Persian Gulf state and close down some of its technical offices following a court ruling last year that implicated some Iranians in a spying case.
Google refutes gender gap charges
Google said it's ‘taken aback’ by the government's claim that it doesn't compensate women fairly.
Israel frees Palestinian journalist after 10 months without charges
A senior Palestinian journalist has been released from an Israeli prison after being incarcerated for 10 months without any charges.
Iran rejects Europe’s steel dumping charges
Iran has brushed aside European charges of possible dumping after Europe’s steel lobby group Eurofer characterized Iranian steel exports as a threat.
Chinese electric car battery maker charges for global market
A dusty village on the outskirts of Ningde, a third-tier city in China's southeast, seems an unlikely place for the headquarters of a potential global leader in future automotive technology.
Charges against Palestinian activist must be dropped: Amnesty
Amnesty International says the charges being brought against a prominent Palestinian human rights activist are “baseless” and must be dropped.
A phone that charges in seconds
A team of University of Central Florida (UCF) scientists has developed a new process for creating flexible supercapacitors that can store more energy and be recharged more than 30,000 times without degrading.
Bahrain charges opposition figure of ‘inciting hatred’
Bahrain has charged a prominent opposition leader of “inciting hatred" against the Manama regime after his interview with The Associated Press during a visit by Britain's Prince Charles to the Persian Gulf country.
FBI ‘likely’ to press charges against Clinton: Sources
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation is “likely” to lead to an indictment, US officials say.
Teenage hackers face charges over Paris terror hoax
French prosecutors have placed two minors, aged 16 and 14, under formal investigation over a false alert that triggered a vast anti-terrorist operation in central Paris last weekend.

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