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Brazil's first black justice considers presidential run

Brazil's first black supreme court justice says he is considering a run for president in October.

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David Copperfield forced to reveal magic trick in court

The American magician was ordered to reveal his trick in a court battle with an injured participant.

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Malta court rejects bid to release men accused of killing journalist

VALLETTA (Reuters) - Three men accused of the murder of an anti-corruption journalist six months ago must stay in prison until their trial, a Maltese magistrate ruled on Thursday.

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Greek court rules migrants must no longer be detained on Aegean islands in 'big worry' for EU

Refugees and migrants who cross by boat from Turkey to Greece’s Aegean islands must be allowed to travel on to the mainland, a Greek court has ruled, raising concerns about a fresh wave of asylum seekers to Europe.

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David Copperfield denies blame for Brit volunteer’s injuries as secrets of magician’s signature trick are revealed in court

DAVID Copperfield has denied blame for a British volunteer’s injuries – as the secrets behind his signature trick are revealed in court. The celebrated magician is being sued by tourist Gavin Cox, who claims he has lasting brain and body injuries

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Girl killed herself weeks after police released stepfather accused of sexual abuse on bail, court hears

A teenage girl killed herself four weeks after police released her stepfather on bail when she alleged he had sexually abused her, a court heard.

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India court rejects pleas for probe into judge BH Loya's death

Top court rejects pleas for investigation into the 2014 death of a judge presiding over murder case involving BJP chief.

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Artist had sex with boy, 15, when he found her crying and hugged her

Sunny Gibbons sobbed in court and apologized to her victim's mother as she was sent down

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Shoreham air crash pilot appears in court for first time charged with manslaughter over 11 deaths

The pilot whose plane crashed during the Shoreham Airshow disaster, killing 11 men, has appeared in court for the first time to indicate not-guilty pleas over the tragedy.

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Greek court limits travel for Turkish officer seeking asylum

Greece's highest court has imposed severe restrictions on the movements of one of eight Turkish servicemen who have applied for asylum in Greece after fleeing Turkey following a failed 2016 coup there, while he waits for a decision on his asylum applicati

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India's top court rejects calls for probe into judge's death

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court dismissed on Thursday petitions calling for an investigation into the death of a lower court judge in 2014 when he was presiding over a case against a top political aide of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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Kris Kobach held in contempt of court for disobeying federal judge's orders

AP Photo/John Hanna Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was held in contempt of court for disobeying a federal judge's orders in the proof-of-citizenship voter registration case. The judge railed against Kobach’s failure to send postcards to vote

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Egypt sentences 3 to life, 36 to 10 years on terror charges

An Egyptian court has sentenced three Muslim Brotherhood members to life in prison on terror-related charges.

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Greece vows to respect landmark court decision on migrants

Greek officials say the government will respect a landmark court decision against a European Union policy that allowed authorities to force refugees and migrants to stay on the Greek islands where they first arrived even after they had applied for asylum.

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White House staffers say Sean Hannity is Trump's 'shadow' chief of staff

Rick Scuteri/Getty Images Sean Hannity, the influential and controversial Fox News host, is known by some in the White House as President Donald Trump's unofficial chief of staff.  The revelation in federal court this week that Hannity is a client o

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Brazil Senator Neves to stand trial for corruption, court rules

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered that Senator Aecio Neves should stand trial on corruption and obstruction of justice charges, a fresh blow to the one-time presidential candidate and former centrist party leader.

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Brazil Supreme Court Approves Trial for Prominent Center-Right Politician

Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled that Aécio Neves, a former presidential candidate and center-right leader, be tried for corruption as the country’s vast Car Wash investigation reaches its final and most critical stage.

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Indonesian Court Blocks U.S. Seizure of $250 Million Yacht in 1MDB Probe

An Indonesian court blocked U.S. efforts Tuesday to take control of a $250 million yacht allegedly connected to Malaysia’s 1MDB scandal, saying that its seizure off the resort island of Bali was invalid and ordering the vessel returned to its owner.

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Father who shot man dead with shotgun tried to blame his teenage son for the killing, court hears

A father who shot dead a man on the doorstep on his home following a dispute between their children then tried to blame his 14-year-old son for the killing, a court has heard.

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Retired GP tells of his 'shame' at failing to protect wife when armed burglar kidnapped them

A retired GP has revealed he felt “ashamed” and “guilty” after being unable to protect his wife when a burglar broke into their home and kidnapped them.

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Polish logging in protected ancient forest ruled illegal

Poland's decision to beef up logging in the protected Bialowieza Forest is in breach of European Union law, the European Court of Justice ruled.        

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Chevron has avoided justice for environmental crimes in Ecuador and the U.S.

The Ontario Court of Appeals will decide the course of history’s biggest environmental class action award

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Man threatens to bill wife for putting up with her “exceptionally difficult” and “disruptive” mother

The husband said his 78-year-old mother-in-law broke a number of boundaries while she stayed with the couple including walking into the marital bedroom in her underwear, a court heard

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Vatican Finance Chief's Lawyer Urges Dismissal of Sex Charges

Cardinal George Pell will learn on May 1 whether he will be tried in an Australian court on multiple charges of sexual offenses dating back decades.

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Poland broke law by logging in ancient forest, EU court rules

The European Union's top court ruled on Tuesday that Poland violated environmental laws with its massive felling of trees in one of Europe's last pristine forests.

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Russia reportedly asks Google and Apple to remove Telegram from stores

Roskomnadzor said on Monday it had begun blocking access to Telegram, implementing a decision by a Russian court.

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Lawyers make final remarks in Australian cardinal's sex case

A lawyer for the most senior Vatican official charged in the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis has told an Australian court that Cardinal George Pell could have been targeted with false accusations to punish him for the crimes of other clerics.

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Benin basketball star on returning to the court after a car crash

How a car crash changed Benin's Faouziatou Ibrahima's basketball career.

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Porn star Stormy Daniels trips on her stilettos as she arrived at a Manhattan court

PORN star Stormy Daniels tripped and nearly fell in a pair of towering black strappy stilettos as she arrived at court. Daniels made a flashy appearance for a hearing over the client list of President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. The adult a

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Stormy Daniels rips Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen after court hearing deals blow to president and his fixer

A lawyer for President Trump argued in a Sunday filing that the president should be the first to review the materials.

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Former detective in Sir Cliff Richard case 'felt pressured' to reveal details to BBC journalist, court hears

A former detective has told the High Court he felt "forced" to reveal the police raid on Sir Cliff Richard's home to a BBC journalist.

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Donald Trump’s porn star ‘ex’ Stormy Daniels trips as she attends court hearing

Stormy, real name Stephanie Clifford, caused a huge stir as she arrived at Manhattan federal court to see Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen argue that materials seized during raids last week could not be used as evidence against him.

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Trump lawyer appears in court over seized documents

Cohen in court to ask judge to limit the ability of federal prosecutors to review the documents seized from him.

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