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  1. paris police

    Car ramming east of Paris kills girl, terrorism ruled out

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    City Harvest case: Court of Appeal reserves judgment on April ruling

    The hearing at the Court of Appeal dealt with a “criminal reference” the prosecution filed to clarify the law under which the court ruled to cut ...
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    Football: Ronaldo accused of evading millions in taxes

  4. josh robinson

    Public prosecutor decides not to appeal Joshua Robinson sentence

    The four-year sentence for the American MMA instructor having sex with two 15-year-old girls drew public criticism.
  5. Rasputin daughter

    S Korea seeks extradition of 'Rasputin' daughter from Denmark

    Denmark said on Friday (Jan 6) that Seoul has sought the extradition of the daughter of Choi Soon-sil, the woman at the heart of a scandal that ...
  6. Crime generic (2)

    Alleged mastermind of 2013 penny stock crash tampered with witnesses: Prosecutors

    “We are now faced with highly prejudicial evidence for which we have no opportunity to address the court,” said the lawyer for the accused.
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    Botched procedure means assaults 'inconceivable': Father accused of sexually abusing daughter

    The victim tolerated the sexual abuse for more than two years, not daring to report the abuse because she did not want a broken family, say ...
  8. Armed policemen stand guard in Singapore, on July 18, 2012

    'DHL' parcel scam: 2 money mules of Malaysia-based syndicate jailed

    The scam has seen 348 victims lose S$19 million as of end-August.
  9. Tahmid released

    Bangladeshi student cleared over deadly cafe attack

    Security forces named Tahmid Hasib Khan as a suspect in the weeks following the siege at the upmarket Dhaka cafe in July when militants killed 22 ...
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    Prosecution appeals Yang Yin's 'manifestly inadequate' 6-year jail term

    “The sentence does not adequately reflect the true criminality of Yang’s conduct”, the Attorney-General’s Chambers said in a statement on Monday ...