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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.
Spain court dismisses fraud case against Messi
Spain's National Court on Monday said it had dismissed a complaint against Barcelona's Lionel Messi filed by a former employee of the Argentine footballer's foundation, who had accused him of fraud, embezzlement and money laundering.
Algeria court sentences Bouteflika brother to 15 years
An Algerian military court has sentenced the brother of deposed president Abdelaziz Bouteflika and three co-defendants to 15 years in prison in a swift verdict delivered out of sight of the media.
Top UK court rules PM suspended Parliament unlawfully
The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Boris Johnson’s decision to shut down Parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, but a defiant prime minister said he disagreed and vowed that Britain would leave the EU by Oct. 31, come what may.
UK court turns down US bid for anti-Iran ruling: Official
Iran's Ambassador to London, Hamid Baeidinejad said Tuesday that the UK Supreme Court had rejected a lawsuit filed by the United States against the Islamic Republic and ruled that US court verdicts could not be pursued in Britain, according to IRNA.
India's top court tells gov’t to restore normal life to Kashmir
India’s top court said on Monday the federal government should restore normal life in Kashmir as soon as possible, as a partial shutdown of the disputed region entered its 42nd day.
Saudi court acquits defendants in deadly Grand Mosque’s crane fall case
A court in Saudi Arabia has dropped all charges against defendants being persecuted over a crane collapse onto the Masjid al-Haram (the Grand Mosque) in Mecca nearly four years ago, where more than a hundred worshippers were killed.
Sudan's ex-president charged with corruption, holding illicit foreign currency
Bashir tells court Saudi crown prince gave him $25m
A Sudanese judge formally indicted former president Omar al-Bashir on charges of possessing illicit foreign currency and corruption on Saturday.
UK court opens way for $9b claim against Nigeria
A British judge on Friday gave the green light for a tiny private firm to seize more than $9 billion in assets from the Nigerian government over a failed natural gas deal.
UK court rejects Iran claims for £20m interest on old defense deals
A top court in Britain has dismissed a complaint lodged by Iran seeking at least £20 million in interest for a debt related to a series of defense deals signed before the Iranian revolution of 1979.
Rights group: Central African court probing war abuses needs more help
A special court investigating human rights abuses in Central African Republic (CAR) must intensify its work to deliver justice on war crimes and violations, Human Rights Watch said.

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