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Barcelona protests: people's will or provocation?

Hundreds of thousands of pro-independence supporters from across Spain’s northeastern region of Catalonia are expected to pour into Barcelona today, as unions called for a general strike on the fifth day of protests following the jailing of …

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Armenia's ex-official to remain in custody

Armenia's Criminal Court of Appeal denied the appeal by the attorneys of former Minister of Finance and ex-Chairman of the State Revenue Committee Gagik Khachatryan against the decision to arrest him. As a …

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Armenia's Constitutional Court releasing Kocharyan

After a prolonged consideration of Armenia's former president, one of the leaders of the Karabakh clan and instigator of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict Robert Kocharyan’s appeal against his arrest and prosecution on coup …

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Kiev releases journalist Vyshinsky from custody

A court in Kiev has changed the restrictive measure against the editor of the RIA Novosti Ukraine news agency, Kirill Vyshinsky, from arrest to release on his own recognizance. "The previous decision shall be …

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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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