Law And Order

Appeals judges uphold most of former Congo VP's convictions

Mar 8, 2018

Appeals judges at the International Criminal Court have upheld most of the convictions of a former Congolese vice president for interfering with witnesses during his war crimes trial and ordered the original trial chamber to review his one-year sentence

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

Peter Madsen, accused of murdering and dismembering journalist Kim Wall, brought into court on 1st day of Danish trial

Mar 8, 2018

Peter Madsen, accused of murdering and dismembering journalist Kim Wall, brought into court on 1st day of Danish trial

UCI chief wants investigation into Team Sky doping findings

Mar 7, 2018

The head of cycling's world governing body wants an investigation into the findings of a doping report that accused Team Sky of using drugs to enhance the performance of its riders

Judges reject appeal for acquittal by Hariri plot suspect

Mar 7, 2018

Judges at a United Nations-backed tribunal have rejected a request for acquittal by one of four suspects on trial in absentia for their alleged roles in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri

Trial to begin in case of journalist killed in submarine

Mar 6, 2018

Trial beginning for case of young journalist killed in submarine off Denmark

UN probe: Russia behind deadly airstrike on Syrian market

Mar 6, 2018

UN war crimes investigators say Russian plane behind November airstrike in Syrian market that killed 84 people

Toronto police find 7th victim in serial killer case

Mar 5, 2018

Toronto police have found a seventh set of remains related to the investigation into alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur and have released a picture of a bearded, darker skinned dead man

NHL linesman's lawsuit set aside to arbitrator

Mar 2, 2018

NHL linesman Don Henderson's lawsuit against former Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman has been set aside by a judge to be handled by an arbitrator within the league

Toronto chief comments on serial killer angers community

Feb 28, 2018

A suggestion by Toronto's police chief that an alleged serial killer would have been arrested sooner if the public had been more co-operative with investigators has angered LGBTQ residents and could worsen already strained relationships

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