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Guatemala court rules for return of chief of anti-graft body
Guatemala’s constitutional court on Sunday made a provisional ruling by a unanimous vote to allow the chief of a United Nations-backed anti-graft body to return to the country, a judge told a news conference at the court.
Hungary's PM threatens to take EU to court
Hungary has contemplated taking legal action against the European Union after it voted for initiating disciplinary proceeding against Budapest.
UK mass spying regime violated human rights: European Court of Human Rights
The UK government’s mass surveillance program known as “Big Brother” violated human rights and had “no real safeguards,” the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has said in a landmark ruling.
Iran ex-presidential aides sentenced to prison
A court in Tehran sentenced two aides of Iranian former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to prison terms.
North Korea: Ball now in US court on denuclearization
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says he will not take any unilateral steps towards the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and is instead awaiting a US response to the measures Pyongyang has already taken, a senior Russian official who met him this weekend says.
US accuses Iran of misusing World Court with suit aimed at lifting sanctions
US lawyers have called on the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – the United Nations' highest court --to dismiss the Iranian lawsuit calling for a lifting of sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Zimbabwe’s Chamisa rejects court ruling on Mnangagwa victory
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader said on Saturday he had a legitimate claim to lead the southern African nation after rejecting a court ruling that confirmed President Emmerson Mnangagwa as winner of the July 30 presidential election.
Top Zimbabwe court confirms Mnangagwa’s election victory
Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court confirmed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s disputed July 30 election victory on Friday, dismissing an opposition challenge that had held up his inauguration, which will now be held on Sunday.
UK court drops charges against Hillsborough officer
Families of the victims of the 1989 Hillsborough soccer stadium crush in the English port city of Liverpool have had their complaint against a former police officer rejected as a top court drops all charges against him.
UK parliament attacker appears in court to face attempted murder charges
The man who attacked people with his car before ramming into a barrier outside the British parliament last week has appeared in court to face charges of attempted murder.
Thai court delays decision on taking up case against Airports of Thailand, King Power
A Thai court on Tuesday said it would extend a hearing into accusations of graft against Airports of Thailand PCL. (AOT) and duty-free retailer King Power, delaying a decision on whether to take up the case.
Israeli military court gives 1.5 years in jail to Palestinian minor
An Israeli military court has handed down a jail term of 18 months to an Palestinian minor as the number of Palestinian children being held in Tel Aviv regime’s prisons and detention facilities is soaring following US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s capital and relocate the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the occupied city.
Zimbabwe opposition in court over post-vote violence
Members of Zimbabwe's defeated opposition party appeared in court Saturday, accused of staging violent protests against alleged rigging in this week's historic elections.
Turkish court rejects American pastor’s appeal against house arrest
A Turkish court has rejected an appeal for American Christian pastor Andrew Brunson, who has already spent almost two years in prison on terrorism and espionage charges, to be released from house arrest.
Vietnam convicts 20 for defying protest ban
A Vietnam court has convicted 20 people of joining nationwide protests last month against a draft economic law that sparked anger in the communist nation where demonstrations are banned.

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