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22 Jul
Several have been arrested over an assassination plot against President Andry Rajoelina, Madagascar prosecutors have said.
13 Nov 2020
Prosecutors have said they no longer plan to pursue fraud allegations related to the acquisition of Eurofighter jets. The counsel criticized that the ruling runs counter to decisions by German and US legal authorities.
1 Dec 2019
British prosecutors have charged a 23-year-old man over the deaths of 39 people from Vietnam in a refrigeration truck. The case has highlighted the dangers of illegal migration to Britain.
22 Aug 2019
Nearly 2,000 officers are searching apartments and businesses in the German capital. Berlin prosecutors say they are targeting suspected human traffickers who exploited foreign workers in the construction industry.
9 Aug 2019
Brazilian prosecutors are dropping a rape case against soccer star Neymar, likely bringing an end to the most serious of charges against the Neymar rape case dropped by prosecutors .
7 Jul 2019
Sri Lanka's top police inspector and a former defense secretary have been arrested for failing to avert blasts that killed more than 250 people in April. Prosecutors accused the men of grave negligence.
9 Jun 2019
Hungarian prosecutors have said the cruise boat captain arrested over a collision on the Danube was already under investigation over another accident. The official death toll from the Budapest disaster has risen to 19.
19 Apr 2019
Sudan protests continue as interim military council fires top three public prosecutors.
30 Mar 2019
Dutch prosecutors are looking into a terrorist motive in the Utrecht shooting attack after a note was found in a getaway car. Meanwhile, investigators have yet to find a link between the suspect and the victim.
26 Mar 2019
: Illinois prosecutors on Tuesday (March 26) dropped charges that accused "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett of staging a phony hate crime attack to gain publicity, his attorneys said in a statement.
17 Feb 2019
Federal Prosecutors to Review National Enquirer's Conduct Regarding Bezos.
11 Feb 2019
Federal prosecutors are reviewing the National Enquirer’s handling of its story about Jeff Bezos’s extramarital affair to determine if the company violated an earlier cooperation deal with prosecutors, according to two people familiar with the matter.

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