The head of Samsung, one of the world’s largest conglomerates, was indicted on bribery and embezzlement charges on Tuesday, becoming one of the most prominent business tycoons ever to face trial in South Korea.
Saudi father accused of imprisoning his 21-year-old daughter in Saudi Arabia just for a kiss, has failed to limit reporting of the case following a UK High Court ruling.
Swedish prosecutors said Thursday they were opposed to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s defense lawyers’ request to lift a European arrest warrant against him over a 2010 rape allegation.
The EU’s top court ruled on Tuesday that Germany has the right to require some types of migrants to live in specific locations if to do so helps social integration.
A Muslim teenager feared to be in danger of being radicalised and travelling to Syria to become an ISIS bride should be watching more television, a family court judge has been told.
Israel’s top court on Tuesday upheld a bribery conviction against former premier Ehud Olmert, which will make him the country’s first ex-prime minister to serve jail time.
The trial began in the UAE on Monday of 15 militants charged with joining and financing Syria's Al-Qaeda franchise and a militant group there, the official WAM news agency said.
A Cairo court on Wednesday convicted ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak of embezzlement and sentenced him to three years in prison.
A Pakistani policeman has been suspended for bringing a case of attempted murder against a nine-month old boy and forcing the crying infant to appear in court, officials have said.
Egypt's prosecutor general on Wednesday referred 715 alleged supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi to trial on capital charges, local media reported.