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Malaysia Airlines MH17 Trial: Malaysia or Netherlands to Convene Trial, Not ICC

Jul 31st 2014

The trial of those responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 over eastern Ukraine on July 17 will be convened in either a Malaysian or Dutch court, but not at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

Formula 1 Chief Sues Google over Sex Party Pictures

Jul 31st 2014

Former Formula 1 chief Max Mosley is suing Google for continuing to link pictures of him taken during a sex party that was erroneously reported to have had a Nazi theme.

British Airways to Face Lawsuit on Pilot’s Child Abuse Charges

Jul 31st 2014

Leading airline major British Airways will be sued for damages for the alleged child abuse offences of one of its pilots in African schools and orphanages.

Canada’s Anti-Prostitution Law Soon: Critics Call it Draconian

Jul 31st 2014

Canada's Conservative government is getting ready with a new anti-prostitution bill. The move follows the Canadian Supreme Court striking down major statutes against prostitution last year.

Arrest Warrant Out for 2 Australian Jihadists Involved in Posting Decapitated Heads Photo, Fighting With ISIL

Jul 30th 2014

The Australian federal police have issued warrants of arrest for two Aussie jihadists accused of fighting with the Islamic States. The two, Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar, were also behind the pos...

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