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Ex-bosses to go on trial over Fukushima disaster

Toukyo - Three former executives at Fukushima's operator stand trial this week on the only criminal charges laid in the 2011 disaster, as thousands remain unable to return to homes near the shuttered nuclear plant.

Jury weighs verdicts in Kremlin foe Nemtsov murder trial

Moscow - The jury in the trial of five men accused of organising and carrying out the contract killing of Russian opposition opposition leader Boris Nemtsov begun deliberations on their verdicts on Tuesday.

Frenchwoman spared sentence for helping migrant lover cross to UK

Boulogne-sur-mer - A former supporter of France's anti-immigration National Front escaped punishment on Tuesday for helping her Iranian refugee lover cross the Channel to Britain on a rickety boat.

'Soros wanted to topple E.Guinea leader,' UK mercenary tells Paris court

Paris - Former British mercenary Simon Mann, who led a failed 2004 coup in Equatorial Guinea, has accused US billionaire George Soros of since plotting to overthrow its president, in testimony at a high-profile trial in Paris.

Frenchwoman on trial for helping migrant lover smuggle into Britain

Lille - A former supporter of France's anti-immigration National Front (FN) goes on trial Tuesday for helping her Iranian migrant lover smuggle across the Channel to Britain.

Killer of British ex-commando on French island gets prison

La Montagne - A court on France's Indian Ocean island of Reunion on Friday sentenced a 30-year-old man to 15 years behind bars for the killing of a British ex-commando in 2011.

Top Khmer Rouge leader denies genocide at close of UN-backed trial

Phnom Penh - One of the top surviving leaders of Cambodia's ruthless Khmer Rouge regime on Friday denied genocide charges and rejected the label of "murderer" in forceful closing remarks at a lengthy UN-backed trial.

Migrant death truck 'mastermind' tight-lipped at trial

Taf - The alleged kingpin of a human trafficking gang accused of killing 71 migrants found in a truck in Austria refused to testify on the second day of his trial on Thursday.

The 'Mastermind' behind migrant death truck

Taf - The handcuffed Afghan flashed a boyish smile at the cameras as he entered the packed Hungarian courtroom on Wednesday to stand trial over the deaths of 71 migrants found dead in the back of a truck nearly two years ago.

Migrant death truck trial opens in Hungary

Taf - Eleven men went on trial on Wednesday over the deaths of 71 migrants found in an abandoned truck in Austria nearly two years ago, in one of the most disturbing cases marking Europe's migration crisis.

German hip hop 'sista' convicted of beating sex workers

Berlin - German hip hop star and former sex worker Schwesta Ewa was sentenced Tuesday to a suspended two and a half year prison term for assaulting prostitutes and for tax fraud, a court said.

First journalists go on trial over Turkey coup bid

Istanbul - Several Turkish journalists went on trial in Istanbul on Monday on charges of links to the group allegedly behind last year's failed military coup.

Turkey sentences UN court judge to seven years in jail: report

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Wednesday sentenced a top UN court judge to more than seven years in jail on charges of links to the group blamed for the failed July coup, local media reported.

German court convicts refugees who set fire to homeless man

Berlin - A German court Tuesday convicted six young Syrian and Libyan refugees who tried to set fire to a sleeping homeless man last Christmas in a crime that sparked public outrage.The main defendant, identified only as Nour N.

Serbian ex-spy chiefs had 'central role in Balkans wars'

Den Haag - Two former Serbian intelligence chiefs played a major role in running death squads that terrorised Bosnia and Croatia in the bloody 1990s Balkans wars, a UN court heard on Tuesday.

Serbian ex-spy chiefs had 'central role in Balkans wars'

Den Haag - Two former Serbian intelligence chiefs played a major role in running death squads that terrorised Bosnia and Croatia in the bloody 1990s Balkans wars, a UN court heard on Tuesday.

The French far-right voter on trial for helping a migrant

France - She may once have voted for France's anti-immigrant National Front, but now she faces possible jail time for helping the Iranian refugee she fell in love with.Beatrice Huret insists she has no regrets and believes she has done nothing wrong.

'Air Cocaine' smuggler transferred to France

Paris - A Frenchman sentenced to 20 years' jail in the Dominican Republic over a plot to smuggle a planeload of drugs has been transferred to France for health reasons, his lawyer said.

Rebuffed in Norway, Breivik takes case to European rights court

Oslo - Neo-Nazi mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in 2011, will take his case over his "inhumane" prison conditions to the European Court of Human Rights, his lawyer said Thursday after exhausting all legal options in Norway.

Norway's top court rejects Breivik appeal bid

Oslo - Norway's Supreme Court said Thursday it would not hear neo-Nazi mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik's case over his "inhumane" prison conditions, a case he said he will now take to the European Court of Human Rights.

Zambia opposition leader faces High Court treason trial

Lusaka - Zambia's opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema will face a High Court trial over treason charges and remain in police custody, a magistrate ruled on Thursday.

Ukrainian library boss in Moscow found guilty of 'extremism'

Moscow - A Russian court on Monday found the former head of a Ukrainian library in Moscow guilty of "extremism" in a high-profile case critics labelled a political witchhunt.

Prosecutors ask Russian jurors to find accused Nemtsov killers guilty

Moscow - Russian state prosecutors on Thursday asked jurors to return guilty verdicts against five men accused of killing prominent Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov in 2015, wrapping up their arguments in a trial that began last October.

German court denies parents access to dead teen's Facebook account

Berlin - A German court on Wednesday backed online giant Facebook in its battle to reject a demand by the parents of a dead teenage girl for access to her account.

S.Sudan troops tried for rape, murder in Juba compound attack

Juba - A South Sudan military court on Tuesday opened the trial of 13 soldiers accused of raping foreign aid workers and murdering a local journalist during fighting in Juba last July.

Tunisia opens trial over 2015 beach massacre

Tunis - A Tunisian court held its first public hearing on Friday in the trial of 33 people in connection with a 2015 jihadist beach massacre that killed dozens of foreign tourists.

Italian steel magnate to end up behind bars

Milan - Italian businessman Adriano Riva, whose family owned the bankrupt Ilva steel firm, was handed a two-and-half-year term on Wednesday after transferring 1.3 billion euros ($1.5 billion) siphoned off from the company.

Tense trial opens of alleged Turkey coup ringleaders

Sincan - More than 220 suspects, including over two dozen former Turkish generals, went on trial Monday accused of being among the ringleaders of the attempted coup last year aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Trial begins of alleged Turkey coup ringleaders

Sincan - The trial opened on Monday of more than 220 suspects, including over two dozen former Turkish generals, accused of being among the ringleaders of the attempted coup last year aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Heiress to Nina Ricci fortune avoids jail for tax fraud

Paris - A French appeals court ruled Friday that the heiress to the estate of fashion designer Nina Ricci will not serve jail time over her conviction for tax fraud, reducing an earlier sentence.
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French lawyer Chloe Arnoux, lawyer for the plaintiffs in the trial of a Chinese couple accused of having killed the parents of a baby that had died in the babysitter's care, addresses the media on January 19, 2016 at a Paris courthouse
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Journalists watch a live video feed of "Brother Number Two" Nuon Chea (L) and former Khmer Rouge head of state Khieu Samphan in the courtroom during their trial at the Extraordinary Chamber in the Courts of Cambodia in Phnom Penh on August 7, 2014
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