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Myanmar finds troops guilty in Rohingya genocide

Myanmar military officers have been found guilty by a court-martial investigating atrocities against Rohingya in conflict-ridden Rakhine state. In rare action, three military officers found...

German authorities investigates 30,000 suspects in paedophile probe

German North Rhine-Westphalia state is investigating 30,000 people who shared 'child and youth pornographic content' online. Germany is investigating about 30,000 suspects as part of...

US congressional Democrats offer bill to block Trump from troop withdrawal

US congressional Democrats introduced legislation to block President Donald Trump’s plan to withdrawal 9,500 troops from close ally Germany. US lawmakers introduced legislation on Thursday...

Indonesian court to deliver verdict in West Papua treason trial

Indonesian court to deliver a verdict in a high-profile trial of seven West Papuans accused of treason, a case that drawn concern about political...

Prince Andrew’s lawyers hit back over US inquiry

Prince Andrew's lawyers hit back at claims the royal was not cooperating with US prosecutors investigating late financier Jeffrey Epstein. “The Duke of York has...

Sweden ex-envoy to China goes on trial for overstepping mandate

Sweden prosecutor accuses former ambassador to China Anna Lindstedt of brokering unauthorised meeting for Chinese-Swedish dissident's release. Sweden's former ambassador to Beijing goes on trial...

Hungary govt tightens asylum rules, migrant transit zones

Hungary government has tightened asylum rules,shut so-called migrant transit zones on its borders freeing some 300 refugees from prison-like conditions. During the peak of Europe’s...

Ireland’s new regulations requires address of incoming Travelers

Ireland’s new regulations requiring Travelers to provide the address at which they will self-isolate for 14 days will initially be in effect from May...

Doctor in Myanmar charged for insulting monks over sex education

Doctor who criticised conservative Buddhist monks has been charged with insulting religion, as a debate heats up over a proposal to teach sex education. A...

Britain introduces bolstered legislation for terrorism

Britain has introduced new bill in which terror suspects in the United Kingdom could have their movements monitored indefinitely. The Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill entered...

German prosecutors charges man with spying for Indian intelligence

German prosecutors charged an Indian man with spying on the Sikh community and Kashmir activists for India's intelligence service for more than two years. Suspect...

Saudi Arabia forms police unit to monitor lockdown violations

Saudi Arabia has formed a police unit to monitor violations of its coronavirus lockdown rules and has banned gatherings of more than five people. The...

Coronavirus outbreak fear sparks prison riot in Thailand

Coronavirus outbreak rumour sparks prison riot in Buriram lower northeastern Thailand,prisoners broke furniture and smashed windows in jail. Several inmates escape after setting fire to...

Julian Assange highlights crime of psychological torture

Julian Assange has has highlighted not only his future treatment if he was extradited to the US, but also treatment he received during the...

Lahore High court convicts Hafiz Saeed in terrorism case

Lahore High court has convicted 2008 Mumbai attacks 'Mastermind' and Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Saeed and sentenced to five and a half years in prison. Lahore...

UK government plan to amend early prison release rule

UK government will introduce emergency legislation to stop people convicted of terror crimes being released after serving half their sentences.

Israel releases prisoner convicted of spying

Israel has released two prisoners today,one of them was convicted of spying for Syria as part of a deal mediated by...

Ukraine,Russia working on new prisoner swap

Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists in the country’s east have undertaken an exchange of prisoners that may lead towards peace a deal.

US presidential candidate admits his campaign used prison labour

US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has admitted that his 2020 presidential campaign used prison labour to push out his message.

Spanish supreme court sentence Catalan separatists

Spanish supreme court has sentenced Catalan leaders to between nine and 13 years in prison for sedition over their role in the 2017 independence...