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Spain court orders psychic to pay for Dali exhumation

Madrid - A Spanish court has dismissed a paternity lawsuit brought by a psychic who claimed to be Salvador Dali's illegitimate daughter and ordered her to pay for the exhumation of the surrealist painter's remains.

'Nazi grandma' sentenced to six months in jail in Germany

Berlin - A German court on Monday sentenced an 88-year-old "Nazi grandma" to six months in jail, the fifth in a string of similar convictions for the repeat Holocaust denier.

Turkey court keeps German reporter behind bars

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Wednesday ruled to keep under detention a German journalist and translator charged with membership of a banned radical leftist group, her lawyers said.

French police attackers get jail over burning squad car

Paris - A Paris judge on Wednesday handed down jail terms of up to seven years to protesters who attacked and torched a police car with two officers inside in what he described as an "urban guerrilla scene".

Swiss fugitive gets 7 years for torching Paris police car

Paris - A Paris court on Wednesday handed down jail terms of up to seven years to protesters who attacked and torched a police car with two officers inside.

Trial sees video of Kim Jong-Nam on stretcher

Shah Alam - Footage of the North Korean leader's half-brother being wheeled out of a Malaysian airport on a stretcher after being poisoned was shown at the trial of his alleged killers on Wednesday.

Suspect practised before Kim Jong-Nam murder, court told

Shah Alam - One of the women on trial for murdering the North Korean leader's half-brother was filmed on CCTV apparently practising on another person two days before the assassination, a court heard Tuesday.

Turkish MP to be retried over espionage conviction

Ankara - A Turkish court on Monday ordered the retrial of an opposition lawmaker whose 25-year jail sentence sparked one of the biggest opposition protests in years, a party spokesman said.

Almost 150 go on trial over Turkey coup bridge massacre

Istanbul - Almost 150 former Turkish military personnel went on trial Monday over clashes on an Istanbul bridge during last year's failed coup that claimed dozens of lives, including a key aide of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Former 'Mr Germany' on trial for shooting police officer

Halle - A former "Mr Germany" suspected of belonging to the loosely-organised far-right "Reichsbuerger" movement appeared in court in eastern city Halle Monday, facing charges of attempted murder after a gunfight with police officers.

Anger among Serbs as Srebrenica commander acquitted of war crimes

Sarajevo - A Sarajevo court on Monday acquitted Naser Oric, a commander revered by many as the defender of Muslims during Bosnia's 1990s conflict but viewed as a butcher by Serbs, of war crimes charges.

Kim Jong-Nam murder trial visits lab to view tainted clothes

Petaling Jaya - The trial of two women accused of murdering the North Korean leader's half-brother moved Monday to a high-security Malaysian laboratory to view clothing worn by the defendants and contaminated by a nerve agent.

Almost 150 go on trial over Turkey coup bridge massacre

Istanbul - Almost 150 former Turkish military personnel go on trial Monday over clashes on an Istanbul bridge during last year's failed coup that claimed dozens of lives including a key aide of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Srebrenica 'hero' Naser Oric awaits war crimes verdict

Sarajevo - A Sarajevo court on Monday will deliver a keenly awaited verdict on whether Naser Oric, who is revered by many as a heroic defender of Muslims during Bosnia's bloody war but viewed as a butcher by Serbs, is a war criminal.

French 'Mama Jihad' jailed for spurring on son in Syria

Paris - A French woman who travelled three times to Syria in support of her jihadist son was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Friday for being part of a terrorist conspiracy.

Germany's 'James Bond' found guilty of tax evasion

Berlin - Germany's former top spy, Werner Mauss, was Thursday given a two-year suspended sentence and ordered to donate 200,000 euros ($235,000) to charity as he was convicted for tax evasion.

VX found on clothes of women accused of Kim Jong-Nam murder: chemist

Shah Alam - Traces of a nerve agent used to murder the half-brother of North Korea's leader were found on the clothes of two women on trial for assassinating him, a chemist testified Thursday.

Turkey sentences 40 to life over Erdogan death plot

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Wednesday handed life sentences to 40 people convicted of plotting to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a luxury Aegean hotel during last year's failed coup.

Turkey sentences 34 to life in jail over Erdogan death plot

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Wednesday handed life sentences to 34 people convicted of plotting to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a luxury Aegean hotel during last year's failed coup.

Kim Jong-Nam may have been poisoned by other suspects, trial told

Shah Alam - Other suspects could have poisoned the half-brother of North Korea's leader besides the two women on trial for his audacious assassination in Malaysia, an expert witness said Wednesday.

Former Hong Kong leader appears in court over sandwich 'attack'

Hong Kong - Unpopular former Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying testified Wednesday in a case involving a sandwich thrown at him by a pro-democracy activist.

Kim Jong-Nam suffered extensive organ damage, trial hears

Shah Alam - The half-brother of North Korea's leader suffered extensive organ damage after being attacked with a nerve agent, a pathologist said Tuesday, as more chilling details emerged at the trial of his alleged killers.

Abu Khattala, mastermind of Benghazi attack or simple onlooker?

Washington - A Libyan man accused of masterminding the 2012 attack in Benghazi that killed a US ambassador and three of his staff went on trial in Washington on Monday, although his lawyers said he was simply a witness to the deadly events.

Brother of gunman who attacked French Jews goes on trial

Paris - The brother of the Islamist radical who shot dead seven people in southwest France in 2012, including three Jewish schoolchildren, went on trial Monday accused of complicity in the first of a wave of attacks by homegrown jihadists.

Women plead not guilty to murdering N. Korea leader's half-brother

Shah Alam - Two women pleaded not guilty Monday to murdering the half-brother of North Korea's leader at the start of their trial in Malaysia, as prosecutors alleged they practised for the assassination before carrying it out.

Trial to lift lid on Kim Jong-Nam assassination

Kuala Lumpur - Two women go on trial Monday accused of murdering the half-brother of North Korea's leader, in an audacious assassination in Malaysia that stunned the world and sparked a diplomatic crisis.

Libyan goes on trial over 2012 Benghazi attack that killed US envoy

Washington - A Libyan militant accused of leading the September 11, 2012 attack on an American diplomatic compound in Benghazi that left the US ambassador and three others dead goes on trial Monday.

Terror trial reopens wounds for French Jews

Paris - When Abdelkader Merah goes on trial Monday over an Islamist attack in southern France in 2012, the hearings will bring back haunting memories of the bloodshed for the country's Jews.

Nigeria's Boko Haram trials to be held behind closed doors

Kano - Trials of Boko Haram suspects in Nigeria will take place behind closed doors with no media present, a justice ministry official with knowledge of the matter told AFP on Friday.

Trial to shed light on Kim Jong-Nam airport assassination

Kuala Lumpur - Two women accused of the Cold War-style assassination of the half-brother of North Korea's leader go on trial next week, possibly lifting the lid on the mysterious murder in Malaysia that sparked a diplomatic crisis.
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