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30 Jun
All 20 defendants were convicted for their roles in the 2015 Paris terror attacks. The main defendant was sentenced to life in prison. The highly anticipated verdict brings to an end a case that lasted over nine months.
10 Nov 2021
The 'ndrangheta organized crime network took over from the Cosa Nostra as the wealthiest and most powerful Italian Mafia in the world. Another 355 people will be tried and face sentencing in coming years.
30 Oct 2021
A court convicts a German man of passing the floor plans of properties used by the Bundestag to Russian intelligence.
24 Jul 2021
A judge sentenced seven men to jail over their "indiscriminate" attack on pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong two years ago. This was the first conviction over the beatings that refueled protests in the city.
7 Jul 2021
US-trained ex-army officer Robert David Castillo is the latest suspect to be found guilty in the murder of environmental and Indigenous rights defender Berta Caceres.
8 Apr 2021
One of the last hearings in Turkey's marathon of trials over the attempted 2016 coup has concluded, with several former officers convicted for occupying a state broadcaster and forcing anchors to read out a statement.
1 Apr 2021
Vietnamese police said that by breaking quarantine rules, the man affected at least 2,000 people who were either put into quarantine or asked to isolate at home.
17 Apr 2020
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1 Apr 2020
Convicts at a juvenile detention center in Guatemala make face masks to help with the COVID-19 pandemic, saying they want to help their country and make amends for their mistakes.
22 Dec 2019
A court in the Philippines has convicted 30 people for their roles in the country's worst political murders, including killing over 30 journalists. The convicts face lengthy jail terms.

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