Two shoplifters who entered a supermarket and started shoving items inside their pockets were on Sunday sent to spend six months in prison to be followed by deportation.
A UAE businessman has sued a local bank demanding Dhs60 million in compensation for financial loss and the psychological stress he has incurred due to bank's negligence.
A Vietnamese woman accused of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will walk free on May 3, her lawyer said on Saturday.
Algeria’s ex-Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia appeared in court as part of a corruption probe, private channel Ennahar TV reported on Tuesday.
Iraq’s judiciary condemned to death four Daesh group members on Sunday, the first known sentence for hundreds of Iraqi extremists repatriated in recent months from neighbouring Syria.
A Vietnamese woman accused of assassinating the North Korean leader's half-brother was sentenced to three years and four months in jail after accepting a lesser charge on Monday and will likely be freed in May, her lawyer said.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday admitted to the Supreme Court that he erred in saying that the court called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a thief. Expressing regret, Rahul said he had made the remark against Modi “in the heat of campaiging.”
A Japanese court granted Carlos Ghosn bail on Thursday, meaning the former Nissan boss could soon walk out of his Tokyo detention centre to prepare his defence against multiple charges of financial misconduct.
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn’s trial, which was expected to begin in September, will be delayed, local media said on Saturday, hinting that it may not start this year. The 65-year-old tycoon, currently on bail,