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Young Bahraini man sentenced to jail over torching Israeli flag: Report
A court in Bahrain has sentenced a young man to three years in jail on charges of torching the Israeli flag during a gathering in support of the Palestinians, amid increasing normalization of diplomatic ties between the Tel Aviv regime and Persian Gulf Arab countries.
Pakistan court gives 11 years in jail to Mumbai attacks mastermind
A Pakistani court has sentenced Hafiz Saeed, the alleged mastermind of the 2008 terror attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai, to 11 years in jail after it found him guilty of terrorism financing charges.
Iran’s top court upholds death sentence for CIA spy
Iran’s Judiciary said the Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence issued against an Iranian individual convicted of committing espionage for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
India’s top court refuses to suspend citizenship law, again
India’s top court has refused to suspend the implementation of a new controversial citizenship law that is widely considered anti-Muslim, saying a constitutional bench of five judges should hear the petitions and rule on the matter.
US court rejects bid to seize $1.7 billion of Iranian assets
A US court’s ruling to seize Iranian assets worth about $1.7 billion outside the United States has been thrown out for now.
US court rejects bid to seize $1.68b of Iranian assets
The US Supreme Court tossed out a decision by a federal appeals court in New York that would have allowed families of those killed in the 1983 attack on US Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, to move forward in collecting claims against Central Bank of Iran worth $1.68 billion.
India’s top court orders review of all curbs in Kashmir
India’s top court on Friday ordered the government to review all restrictions in Indian-controlled Kashmir within a week, saying the measures amounted to abuse of power.
Condemnations pour in as court exonerates Saudi officials in Khashoggi murder case
A Saudi court ruling over the state-sponsored killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi has drawn outrage across the political spectrum, including from a number of states, the United Nations, several rights groups and even some American lawmakers. They have unanimouslydenounced the ruling that dismissed charges against top Saudi officials, saying it failed to deliver justice.
Spain court says Catalan president unfit to hold public office for 18 months
A court in Spain ruled Thursday that Catalonia's president Quim Torra was unfit to hold public office for 18 months because he failed to remove separatist symbols from public buildings during an election campaign.
Ex-Sudan strongman Bashir gets two years for corruption
A court in Sudan convicted former president Omar al-Bashir of money laundering and corruption on Saturday, sentencing him to two years in a minimum security lockup.
Bahrain court gives life sentence to five anti-regime activists
A court in Bahrain has sentenced five anti-regime activists to life imprisonment and handed down jail term to another dissident as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy campaigners in the Persian Gulf kingdom.
EU court rules goods from Israeli settlements must be labeled
The European Union's top court ruled on Tuesday that goods from Israeli settlements must be labeled as produced in occupied territory, a decision hailed by Palestinians and condemned by Israel.
Court postpones hearing for seventh time for Tanzanian journalist jailed since July
A Tanzanian court on Thursday postponed the hearing for the seventh time of a prominent Tanzanian journalist arrested in July in a case his lawyers and rights group say is politically motivated.
India's top court orders complete halt to stubble burning
To cut the pollution enveloping in the capital, Delhi, and asphyxiating its 20 million people, India's top court has ordered a complete halt to stubble burning. But farmers, who are struggling to make a living, say they have no alternative.
Israeli military court slaps heavy fine against Palestinian, gives 18 years in jail
An Israeli military court has sentenced a Palestinian to 18 years in prison and imposed a hefty fine on him in keeping with the Tel Aviv regime’s racial profiling and its policy of repression, abuse and deliberate medical negligence.

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