Brussel terrorist attack trial: Victims recall the horror
17 September 2022 | 5:49 pm
Victims of the 2016 "Islamic State" bombings in Brussels hope the onset of the trial will deliver justice, helping them to deal with their trauma.
Sexual violence is present whenever conflict erupts, according to the UN. Adolescent girls are particularly at risk. Survivors trudge on, though, amid a shocking increase in sexual crimes committed as weapons of war.
Former soccer player Samuel Eto'o has acknowledged that he committed four crimes against the Public Treasury when he played for Barcelona Football Club in the trial that took place this morning in criminal court number 11 from Barcelona.
Police said they were investigating an overnight mass shooting outside a bar popular with the LGBTQ community as a "terrorist act." Oslo's annual Pride parade, which was planned for Saturday, has been called off.
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With a verdict expected today, the French press is taking a look back at the past 10 months of the November 2015 Paris terror attacks trial. We also discuss bombshell testimony in the January 6 Capitol riot hearings, France's new National Assembly speaker and a French media strike. Finally, we find out why double-shampooing is a no-no in Italy.
The murder trial of rapper Nipsey Hussle has been delayed after his alleged killer was attacked in a cell while waiting to be brought to court. Eric Holder Jr.'s public defender told Rolling stone that Holder was beaten by two inmates and cut with a razor in the back of his head.
Former football administrators Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini are due to hear the verdict in their Swiss corruption trial on Friday.
Bosnia Herzegovina is set to bid farewell next Wednesday to 16 more victims who were identified in the Prijedor massacre. The Institute for Missing Persons said the identifications of the 1992 massacre victims are 30 years late.
It’s been almost 120 days since terrorists attacked a Kaduna-bound train. It’s been almost 120 days of hell for those abducted and their families, as they keep hoping government performs one of its primary constitutional duties: ensuring the security and welfare of its citizens.
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Ryan Giggs arrives at Manchester Crown Court for the start of his trial after being accused of assault against two women.
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