Bangladeshi Court Sentences Six People to Death for Murdering LGBTQ Rights Activists

A Bangladeshi anti-terrorism tribunal on Tuesday sentenced six members of an Islamist militant group to death in connection with the brutal slayings of a prominent gay rights activist and his friend five years ago, a local media platform reported. In …

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German Police Arrest British Man for Allegedly Spying for Russia

German police arrested a British embassy worker after allegedly passing documents to the Russian intelligence service in exchange for an “unknown amount” of cash, authorities said on Wednesday. In a statement, federal prosecutors said that the suspect, named only as …

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Germany Charges Syrian Doctor with Crimes against Humanity for Torturing People in Military Hospitals

German federal prosecutors announced on Wednesday that they have filed charges against a Syrian doctor for allegedly torturing and abusing people in military hospitals in his homeland. In a statement, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Karlsruhe said that Alla Mousa, …

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Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg Surrenders to Prosecutors ahead of Criminal Charges

Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg has to surrender to the Manhattan district attorney’s office early Thursday. Weisselberg and the Trump Organization brace themselves to face criminal charges filed against them in connection with an alleged tax crime. According …

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Berlin Prosecutors Charge Ex-VW CEO for Giving False Testimony in ‘Dieselgate’ Scandal

Berlin prosecutors announced on Wednesday that they have issued charges against former Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn for providing false testimony to the German parliament when he claimed that he was oblivious of the carmaker’s emissions-cheating “Dieselgate” scandal before it …

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EU Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) Starts Anti-Fraud Operations

The EU public prosecutor’s office (EPPO), responsible for investigating and prosecuting fraud against the EU budget, has begun its operations on Tuesday (June 1, 2021).  Laura Kövesi, former Romanian anti-corruption chief, described the start of the operation as a “historical …

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Atlanta Shooting Suspect Indicted on Murder Charges as Prosecutor Plan to Seek Death Penalty

Two grand juries on May 11 have indicted Robert Aaron Long, the suspect in the Atlanta-area spa shootings that killed eight people last March, on murder and domestic terror charges. The separate indictments from two grand juries in the counties …

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Danish High Court Upholds Sentence of Norwegian Citizen Charged of Spying

A high court in Denmark decided to uphold the seven-year sentence levied against a Norwegian citizen who was found guilty of spying for an Iranian intelligence service and participating in an unsuccessful conspiracy to assassinate a prominent Iranian Arab opposition …

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