Samsung Group will discover the fate of its de facto leader on Thursday as South Korea’s Supreme Court rules whether to uphold the bribery conviction of Jay Y. Lee,
Britain’s Supreme Court will rule on Tuesday whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in suspending parliament, in a seismic case that could have profound implications
India’s Supreme Court on Thursday referred a decision to lift a centuries-old ban on women of menstruating age entering a Hindu temple to a larger bench of judges, delaying
The billionaire frontman of Thailand’s anti-military parliamentary bloc is set to hear a controversial ruling on Wednesday that could see him banned from politics and jailed for up to 10 years.
The UAE Attorney General, Dr Hamad Saif Al Shamsi, said that the Public Prosecution had completed its investigations to identify the truth in the crime, which attracted public attention after a video of the offence was posted on social media sites.
The prosecution proved the case against the convict, Salma Tanveer, while the defendants failed to establish that the accused was not mentally stable when she had committed the offence.
The case dated back to a complaint filed by the victim’s husband against the defendant who performed the surgery to his wife that culminated in her death on May 2019 as a result of a medical error.
The Dubai Appellate Court commuted a life jail term issued by the Court of First Instance against an Arab manager with Western citizenship, to 15 years in jail and uphold his deportation after serving the jail term.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Monday was given the chance to challenge a decision allowing him to be extradited to the United States to face 18 criminal charges including breaking a spying law to Britain’s Supreme Court.
The victim stated that he offered a dog he owned for sale on a social networking site, adding that a man contacted him and requested to inspect the dog before buying it and they both agreed to a place where they could meet.