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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.
Dutch forces '10% liable' for Srebrenica massacre, Supreme Court says
The Supreme Court of the Netherlands has upheld an earlier ruling that found the country partly liable for the deaths of 350 Bosnian Muslims in Bosnia's Srebrenica massacre in 1995.
Halep stands between Serena and Court landmark
Serena Williams's place among the legends of tennis is assured but her mission will not be accomplished unless she at least equals Margaret Court's record haul of 24 Grand Slam singles titles.
US appeals court may rule Obamacare unconstitutional
A US federal appeals court plans to rule that the core provision of former President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, known as Obamacare, is unconstitutional.
Facebook to be quizzed in court on EU-US data transfers
Facebook's method of transferring data from the EU to the US for business purposes is to be challenged again in court.
UK halts new arms licences to Saudi Arabia after court ruling
The British government has temporarily suspended granting new permissions for export of arms to Saudi Arabia after a top UK court ruled them unlawful because they are used by Riyadh against civilians in Yemen.
Iran offers condolences to Egyptian nation over Morsi’s death
Iran Foreign Ministry's spokesman Abbas Mousavi in a statement extended condolences to the Egyptian nation over the death of Egypt's former president, Mohamed Morsi.
Israeli Prime Minister's wife convicted of misusing public funds
An Israeli court has convicted Sara Netanyahu, the wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, of misusing public funds through lying to use regime's funds for meals at her private residence.
Hundreds of Turkish judges, prosecutors want cases heard by Europe’s rights court
Over 500 jailed Turkish judges and prosecutors have applied to have cases heard at Europe's top rights court after their alleged involvement in the July 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which the Ankara government blames on US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Court rules abortion services can continue in Missouri for now
Abortion services can continue in Missouri for now, a court ruled Friday, granting a temporary restraining order to keep open the sole clinic that performs the procedure in the US state.
Turkish court gives life sentences to 56 ex-soldiers over 2016 botched putsch
A court in Turkey has handed down aggravated life sentences to dozens of former soldiers on charges of involvement in the July 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which the Ankara government blames on US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Huawei asks US court to throw out federal ban
Chinese telecom giant Huawei stepped up its legal battle on Wednesday to overturn US legislation barring American federal agencies from buying its products amid an escalating high-tech dispute.
PM candidate Johnson to face court over Brexit claims
Boris Johnson, the favorite to replace Theresa May as British prime minister, must appear in court over allegations he lied about Brexit by stating Britain would be 350 million pounds a week better off outside the EU, a judge ruled on Wednesday.

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