Law And Order

Family of Toronto billionaires found dead funding probe

Dec 28, 2017

A prominent Toronto lawyer says the family of a billionaire philanthropist couple found dead in their home two weeks ago has hired a team of private forensic experts to investigate the deaths

FIFA trial exposes bribes culture; WCup, Olympic cases loom

Dec 22, 2017

The bribery that was long suspected of international soccer officials linked to FIFA has been proven in a federal court trial

Danish police accuse man of planning terror in Copenhagen

Dec 22, 2017

Danish police have arrested a 30-year-old man who planned to carry out an attack in Copenhagen using knives and explosives

After nearly 25 years, Yugoslav court to close its doors

Dec 21, 2017

After nearly a quarter century of prosecuting Balkan wars atrocities, the United Nations' Yugoslav war crimes tribunal is closing down with many major suspects convicted but denial of crimes and glorification of war criminals still rife in the region

Toronto police release cause of death of billionaires

Dec 18, 2017

Toronto homicide detectives have taken over the investigation into the deaths of billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife after autopsies showed they died from "ligature neck compression."

Autopsies underway for Canadian billionaires found dead

Dec 17, 2017

Investigators are awaiting the results of autopsies performed on Toronto billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife before determining next steps in the ongoing probe into their suspicious deaths

2 found dead at home of Apotex founder Barry Sherman

Dec 15, 2017

Ontario's health minister says the founder of drug company Apotex and his wife have been found dead

Dutch court convicts 63-year-old of war crimes in Ethiopia

Dec 15, 2017

Dutch court convicts 63-year-old of war crimes in Ethiopia during brutal Marxist regime

Constitutional arguments begin in Canadian polygamy case

Dec 13, 2017

A Canadian man found guilty of marrying two dozen women says he believed he was entitled to practice polygamy because he wasn't charged when police investigated the allegations in the 1990s

UN court hears appeal in Serbian lawmaker's acquittal

Dec 13, 2017

Prosecutors are set to explain to United Nations judges why they believe that the 2016 acquittal of a Serbian ultranationalist on war crimes and crimes against humanity charges should be overturned on appeal

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