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Egypt singer detained over racy music video – judiciary

Prosecutors in Egypt have detained a female singer for four days for "incitement to debauchery" after an online video clip sparked controversy, a judicial source said on Tuesday.

Oyo chief judge frees 84 inmates from Agodi prison

The Chief Judge (CJ) of Oyo State, Justice Muntar Abimbola, has released 84 inmates from Agodi Prison in Ibadan, as parts of efforts to decongest the prison.

Man on trial for bomb attack on Borussia Dortmund team bus

A German-Russian man went on trial Thursday accused of carrying out a bomb attack on the Borussia Dortmund football team's bus in an elaborate bid to make a fortune on the stock market.

US man admits murders after overturned death sentence

A former US death row inmate, whose conviction in the rape and killing of two sisters was overturned, admitted to the crimes on Monday after decades of denial and was resentenced.

Nigerian national jailed in US for email scams

A Nigerian man was sentenced to three years and five months in prison by a U.S. judge on Thursday after he pleaded guilty to taking part in email scams to defraud thousands of victims around the world of millions of dollars, U.S. prosecutors said.

How US woman funded ISIS with Bitcoin

A U.S. woman from New York has been accused of using bitcoin and other crypto currencies which she bought with fraudulent bank loans to fund the so-called Islamic State.

German doctor faces trial for having sex with patients

A 63-year-old doctor went on trial in the southern German state of Bavaria Monday, accused of having sex with his patients.

Convicted Dutch arms dealer detained in South Africa

Prosecutors say a Dutch man who was convicted earlier this year of weapons smuggling and complicity in war crimes in Liberia and Guinea has been detained in South Africa.

Dutch probe Bosnian war criminal’s live UN court suicide

Dutch prosecutors are investigating how a Bosnian Croat war criminal managed to dramatically take his own life Wednesday, apparently after drinking poison he had smuggled into a UN court, in scenes that were broadcast live.

Turkey seeks arrest of over 300 soldiers over coup links

Turkish prosecutors have issued detention orders for 333 soldiers over alleged links to an Islamic cleric accused of orchestrating a coup attempt in 2016, the state news agency reported, on Wednesday.

US Justice Department mulls special prosecutor to probe Clinton Foundation

The US Justice Department has asked prosecutors to examine alleged misconduct at the Clinton Foundation and the controversial Obama-era sale of a uranium firm to Russia, according to a letter obtained by broadcaster NBC.

Nurse kills 100 patients, gets life imprisonment

A former German nurse serving a life sentence for murdering patients by injecting them with a deadly medication is now suspected of killing more than 100 people.

Dutch prosecutors demand life for Ethiopian war crimes suspect

In a rare move, Dutch prosecutors Wednesday called for a Dutch-Ethiopian national to be jailed for life for “an atrocious campaign” of war crimes during Ethiopia’s “Red Terror” in the 1970s.

Japan’s ‘Black Widow’ sentenced to death for murder

A one-time millionairess dubbed the "Black Widow" over the untimely deaths of lovers and a husband was sentenced to death Tuesday, in a high-profile murder case that has gripped Japan.

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No to cattle colony in Ondo – CAN

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Niger Delta militants threaten to launch fresh attack on oil installations

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