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Appeals judges at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal have ruled that Serbian far-right leader Vojislav Seselj breached conditions of his provisional release and must return to the UN court's detainment...
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2015/03/30 15:35
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Several Liberians have given mixed reactions over the denied request of former Liberian President Charles G. Taylor to be transferred from British Jail to Rwanda. There are some Liberians who have...
2015/03/30 11:56
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AMSTERDAM: United Nations judges summoned Serbian politician Vojislav Seselj back to The HAGUE ON Monday, ruling that the nationalist, who has terminal cancer, must return to answer allegations that...
2015/03/28 16:03
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When a woman’s fed up. There’s nothing you can do about it! Tyrese Gibson is currently on the promo trail for his final album Black Rose that’s coming soon, but his behind-the-scenes drama involving...
2015/03/28 07:08
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The following are the top stories in the Maltese and overseas press. Times of Malta and The Malta Independent report that Air Malta and other airlines have made two-crew in cockpit mandatory. Times...
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In extraordinary scenes in the Commons, MP after MP rose to attack William HAGUE ON the final day of his parliamentary career for a “grubby”, “squalid” and “nauseous” plot to unseat John Bercow. At...
2015/03/25 14:56
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AMSTERDAM: Judges at an international court in The HAGUE ON Wednesday denied former Liberian President Charles Taylor's request to serve out the remainder of his 50-year jail sentence in...
2015/03/19 13:22
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The European Union is pushing Israel to talk peace with the Palestinian Authority as it prepares to sue Israel for "war crimes." EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and PA Prime Minister Rami...
2015/03/18 06:20
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UPDATE 1-Press freedom at stake in Lebanon tribunal case, says accused In This Article * Tribunal's main job to probe Rafik al-Hariri assassination * Media accused of contempt of court over...
2015/03/17 14:37
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The former Foreign Secretary and current Leader of the House of Commons will not contest his seat at the General Election in May, he says, so he can continue on his quest with the actress and UN...
2015/03/12 01:46
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Malcolm Turnbull has been attempting to reassure media bosses about data retention. Photo: Christopher Pearce A judge in the Netherlands has struck down a Dutch law that forces local telcos to store...
2015/03/11 12:29
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The Dutch data retention law requiring telecommunications operators and ISPs to store customer metadata for police investigations was scrapped by the District Court of the HAGUE ON Wednesday. The...
2015/03/11 11:27
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A former foreign secretary has spoken to businesses and households in a tour of North Harrow. Hannah David, the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Harrow West, welcomed former foreign secretary...
2015/03/11 07:29
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By Bode Gbadebo, Ebriku John Friday, Edegbe Odemwingie A Court in Ivory Coast has sentenced former first lady Simone Gbagbo to 20 years in prison. Gbagbo was convicted yesterday for her role in...
2015/03/11 07:29
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An Ivorian court has sent former first lady Simone Gbagbo to jail for 20 years on charges linked to post-election violence. Ivory Coast refused to send her to the ICC. What does the conviction mean...
2015/03/10 04:42
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The Dutch justice minister has resigned in an ongoing scandal over a deal amounting to millions of euros that was struck by prosecutors with a famous drug trafficker 15 years ago. “There has been...
2015/03/05 18:45
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (R) and Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak of Slovakia leave after speaking to the media following their meeting at the State Department in...
2015/03/05 16:43
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AN ECONOMIST and Oxford don who advised Margaret Thatcher has died aged 88. Sir Douglas Hague was a distinguished economist and academic who came to Oxford in 1981, having played a key role in...
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