Dutch prosecutors investigate assisted suicide group

Mar 21, 2018

Dutch prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into an organization that aims to support efforts by its members to buy a deadly powder to help them take their own lives

Police search for more victims of Canada serial killer

Mar 21, 2018

People with relatives who have been reported missing in Canada are tensely following developments in the case of an alleged serial killer

Swiss charge 3 over alleged industrial espionage case

Mar 21, 2018

The Zurich prosecutor's office says three people have been charged for allegedly violating Swiss laws protecting trade secrets and banking secrecy in a case of suspected industrial espionage

ICC: Philippines withdrawal won't affect preliminary probe

Mar 20, 2018

The International Criminal Court says the Philippines decision to leave the organization will have no effect on an on-going preliminary probe into possible crimes committed during Manila's war on drugs

Swiss soccer coach on trial for slaughtering family of 4

Mar 13, 2018

A 34-year-old Swiss man has gone on trial for the brutal killing of four people that shocked the small Alpine country in late 2015

AP Newsbreak: Swiss arrest 2 in alleged oil corruption case

Mar 12, 2018

Geneva regional prosecutors have made two arrests after opening a criminal investigation of a Swiss consulting firm that served as a conduit between Venezuela's state oil company and some of its biggest clients

Former FIFA VP Webb loses appeal against $1M bribery fine

Mar 12, 2018

Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb has lost his appeal against a 1 million Swiss franc ($1.05 million) fine imposed by the soccer body's ethics committee

Judge rejects polygamy law challenge in Canada

Mar 9, 2018

A judge has rejected a challenge of Canada's polygamy laws that was launched after two men were found guilty

Danish inventor denies killing journalist at murder trial

Mar 8, 2018

Danish inventor Peter Madsen stands accused of tying up, torturing Swedish reporter Kim Wall before he either cut her throat or strangled her during a trip on his private submarine in August

The Latest: Danish inventor testifies in murder trial

Mar 8, 2018

Danish submarine builder Peter Madsen, who is accused of murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall, has listened quietly with his fists closed as the prosecutor described in detail how her body parts of were found on the ocean bed

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