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Judge orders Hillary Clinton to testify in email case

A federal judge ordered Hillary Clinton to testify at a deposition for a lawsuit related to her use of a private email server for involving official business while working as secretary of State under President Barack Obama. …

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Ex-penitentiary service director released in Russia

The Central District Court of Kaliningrad has released ex-director of the Russian Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) Alexander Reimer convicted of embezzlement on parole. This was not the first petition for parole …

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Iran frees German nstional in prisoner swap

A German citizen has been released from jail in Iran as part of a prisoner swap, the Iranian judiciary said. "We announced that we are ready to [release] this German national ... on condition that they [the German government] …

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Petrol bombs thrown at Nikulinsky court in Moscow

The building of Moscow’s Nikulinsky District Court caught fire after unidentified perpetrators had thrown petrol bombs at it, a law enforcement source said, adding that the fire had been extinguished. "The perpetrators …

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Iranian judiciary hands death sentence to CIA spy

An individual accused of spying for the CIA in Iran has been sentenced to death, Iran's judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Ismaili said. He added that the Supreme Court has upheld the capital punishment for the U.S. …

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Belgian ex-King admits fathering child after DNA test

Former Belgian King Albert II has admitted he is the father of a woman born from an affair, after he was forced to give a DNA test which came back positive. He had been fighting the paternity claim by Belgian artist Delphine …

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Wikipedia ban lifted in Turkey

Turkey's court ruled to lift a ban on Wikipedia, after a decision by the country's top court that the block breached freedom of expression. Turkish authorities had blocked the online encyclopedia on April 29, 2017, after which …

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WADA awaits $ 1 mln from Russia

Russia must pay a mandatory financial contribution to the budget of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the amount of which in 2020 will exceed a million dollars, the organization’s website informs. On December 9, the WADA …

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Turkish Constitutional Court condemns Wikipedia ban

Turkey's Constitutional Court ruled by majority that a government-imposed block on Wikipedia violated freedom of expression. The Wikimedia Foundation, the parent organization of the online encyclopedia, had taken the access ban to …

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Serzh Sargsyan’s nephew arrested in Yerevan

The Yerevan Court of First Instance has granted the petition to reconfirm the detention that was selected as the pretrial measure against Narek Sargsyan, the nephew of former Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, …

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Court rejects Kocharayn's lawyers complaint

The Armenian Criminal Appeal Court rejected the complaint of the country's second president Robert Kocharyan, Judge Lusine Abgaryan said. The lawyers of the ex-president appealed the decision of Judge Anna …

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