Eight people have been arrested in northern India for allegedly stoning to death a couple who eloped against the wishes of their families, police said Friday.
France’s Justice Ministry has announced plans to build new prisons to cope with a surge in the number of prisoners.
Victims' families are to appeal against Wednesday's decision by a French court to dismiss a case against
The hate-speech trial of the youth leader of the ruling ANC has dominated South Africa's headlines this past week. The fiery Julius Malema faced a two-day grilling on the stand.
A British businessman arrested over his girlfriend’s death in a Paris hotel in 2009 lost his fight on Wednesday against extradition to France to stand trial for murder.
Julius Malema, the head of South Africa’s ruling party youth league, has denied being a racist for singing a song with the chorus “shoot the boer”.
An Australian teenager has pleaded guilty to the murder of Indian student Nitin Garg last year, an attack described by New Delhi as "a heinous crime on humanity".
Two former Algerian soldiers and a computer specialist have been jailed for ten years after being convicted of spying for France.
While hundreds of thousands of Yemenis marched on the city of Taez on Wednesday calling for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to resign, international rights groups are demanding an investigation into ...
The sex trial of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was adjourned within minutes of getting underway in Milan on Wednesday.