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Court of Appeal to rule on sentence of police officer for killing partner

A womanising married police officer who strangled his long-term partner after she revealed their affair to his wife is to find out if his...

US judge approves Facebook privacy lawsuit settlement

A US federal judge has approved a 650 million dollar (£466 million) settlement of a privacy lawsuit against Facebook for allegedly using photo face-tagging...

Suspect in car bomb killing of Maltese journalist changes plea to guilty

One of three men accused of killing Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in a car bombing has changed his plea to guilty and...

Amnesty ‘horrified’ at force used against Polish protesters

Amnesty International said it was “horrified” at Polish authorities’ “excessive” force against protesters this week – including the use of tear gas. The human rights...

Johnny Depp loses libel case against The Sun

Actor Johnny Depp has lost his British High Court libel action against The Sun newspaper over an article which labelled him a “wife beater”. Depp...

Breonna Taylor jury audio to be released on Friday, prosecutor says

The release of secret grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor’s killing by police will be delayed until Friday, according to the Kentucky attorney general’s...

Meghan Markle wins court ruling to protect friends’ identities

The Duchess of Sussex has won the latest tussle in her legal action against a British newspaper after a UK High Court judge ruled...

Prosecutors consider hate crime charges over Ahmuad Arbery shooting

The US Justice Department has said federal prosecutors are weighing possible hate crime charges in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a black man gunned...

Grenfell survivors will ‘not settle for less’ than prosecutions

Grenfell survivors have said they will “not settle for anything less” than criminal prosecutions over the fire, after the UK's Attorney General guaranteed that...

British teenager found guilty of lying about Cyprus gang-rape

A British teenager has been found guilty of lying about being gang-raped in Cyprus. The 19-year-old was convicted of a single count of public mischief...

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