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Verdict in Scythian gold case delayed

The Amsterdam Court of Appeal has delayed a verdict in the Scythian gold case, the court's press service said. According to the statement, judges need the parties to provide additional information, particularly on property …

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Nika Melia obliged to wear monitoring bracelet

Georgia's opposition United National Movement party member Nika Melia, who is charged with incitement to violence during the recent Tbilisi protests, will have to wear an electronic bracelet to be monitored, as the Court of …

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Robert Kocharyan arrested again

The Armenian Court of Appeal sustained the motion filed by the Prosecutor General’s office to detain former Armenian president Robert Kocharyan, who is accused of overthrowing constitutional order in collusion with other …

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Johnson to face court over Brexit claim

Britain's former Foreign Secretary and prominent Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson will be summoned to court over allegations that he lied and misled the public during the Brexit referendum campaign in 2016, District …

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Pashinyan asks to unblock courthouses in Armenia

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called on his supporters to unblock the court buildings across the country after announcing sweeping judiciary reforms. "The time has come for a surgical intervention" …

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Pashinyan starts 'Day of Judgement' in Armenia

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s supporters have started blocking Yerevan courts’ entrances this morning in response to his call. Pashinyan’s appeal came a day after a court in Yerevan ordered …

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Ukraine to repeal law on state language?

Irina Berezhnaya Institute of Legal Policy and Social Protection initiated legal proceedings to ban the Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy from signing the Law on the State Language”. The claim will block its …

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