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US urges Maldives to release ex-president Nasheed to end trial

Aug 26, 2015

US urges Maldives to release ex-president Nasheed to end trial

Disturbed by the recent late- night transfer of former Maldivian President Mohd Nasheed back to prison, the US has urged the government of the island nation to release him and end "politically motivated" trials against him. #US #NewsTracker #Maldives #President #Trials #Naseed
Days before release from prison, prosecutors seek Pistorius murder verdict

Aug 17, 2015

Days before release from prison, prosecutors seek Pistorius murder verdict

Pistorius has spent less than a year behind bars since being convicted in a sensational trial on the lesser charge of culpable homicide, and is expected to leave jail on Friday for a form of house arrest. #South Africa #Oscar Pistorius #Blade runner #SportsTracker #Paralympics #Reeva Steenkamp #Pistorius Murder Trial
Game of Thrones just got real: Fraud-accused US lawyer asks court for 'trial by combat'

Aug 05, 2015

Game of Thrones just got real: Fraud-accused US lawyer asks court for 'trial by combat'

A lawyer is US accused of fraud is taking a page from Game of Thrones by asking the court to let the case be decided through trial by combat. #WeirdNews #lawyer #Game of Thrones #Oberyn Martell #Staten Island #Shareworthy #trial by combat #Richard Luthmann
Israel uses detention without trial on Jewish extremist for first time

Aug 05, 2015

Israel uses detention without trial on Jewish extremist for first time

Israel on Tuesday used a controversial decades-old form of detention without trial on an alleged Jewish extremist for the first time following an outcry over the burning to death of a Palestinian toddler. #World #Middle East #NewsTracker #Israel #extremist #Detention without trial
Italian court holds ex-PM Berlusconi guilty of paying 3 million euro bribe

Jul 09, 2015

Italian court holds ex-PM Berlusconi guilty of paying 3 million euro bribe

A court in Naples sentenced Berlusconi, 78, to three years in prison and banned him from holding public office for five years, Xinhua news agency reported. #NewsTracker #Italy #Berlusconi #Berlusconi trial
Boston bomber Tsarnev demands new trial two weeks after he was sentenced to death

Jul 07, 2015

Boston bomber Tsarnev demands new trial two weeks after he was sentenced to death

Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev filed a motion on Monday demanding a new trial, less than two weeks after he was sentenced to death for attacking the city's marathon in 2013. #World #NewsTracker #trial #Tsarnaev #Boston bomber
US approves clinical trial to test ability of vaccine to reverse advance type 1 diabetes

Jun 08, 2015

US approves clinical trial to test ability of vaccine to reverse advance type 1 diabetes

A phase II clinical trial that will test the ability of a vaccine to reverse advanced type 1 diabetes has been approved by US authorities. #Life #US #NewsTracker #BCG #Vaccine #Type-1 Diabetes #Clinical trials
Iran spy trial of Washington Post reporter resumes behind closed doors

Jun 08, 2015

Iran spy trial of Washington Post reporter resumes behind closed doors

The trial of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian on charges of spying on Iran resumed behind closed doors in Tehran on Monday, a news agency linked to the judiciary reported. #NewsTracker #Iran #Washington Post #Tehran #reporter #resumes #Iran Spy Trial
SC bench recuses from hearing Subramanian Swamy's plea in alleged hate speech case

Jun 08, 2015

SC bench recuses from hearing Subramanian Swamy's plea in alleged hate speech case

A Supreme Court bench headed by Justice RK Agrawal on Monday recused itself from hearing the plea of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy. #India #BJP #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Subramanian Swamy #Hate speech case #Apex Court #Assam trial court
Hosni Mubarak to stand trial again over 2011 killing of protesters: Egypt court

Jun 05, 2015

Hosni Mubarak to stand trial again over 2011 killing of protesters: Egypt court

CAIRO Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will face a second and final retrial over the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended his 30-year rule, a high court said on Thursday. Mubarak, 87, was originally sentenced to life in prison in 2012 for conspiring to murder 239 demonstrators, sowing chaos and creating a security vacuum during an 18-day revolt which began in Jan. #Egypt #Hosni Mubarak #NewsTracker #Muslim Brotherhood #trial #30 year rule