France's highest court has ruled against the extradition of three Rwandans wanted in Kigali for their alleged role in anti-Tutsi genocide in 1994.
Rwanda will continue to observe the trial of Pascal Simbikangwa, as it enter its fourth consecutive week today in Paris.
Two French football stars go on trial in Paris on Monday for using the services of an underage prostitute.
Pakistan's former president Pervez Musharraf, currently under house arrest, claims the Pakistani authorities are pursuing a vendetta with the treason case against him.
The International Criminal Court has postponed the trial of Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta for alleged crimes against humanity.
French conglomerate Lagardere and German carmakers Daimler are to be tried in France for insider trading, in connection with the 2006 sale of shares in the aerospace group EADS, according to ...
Kenya bids to protect Kenyatta from the ICC. Communal violence in CAR could get out of control. Kenyan teachers warn of teacher shortages.
A famliy who ran a Paris hotel that burned to the ground in 2005, costing the lives of 24 people, including 11 children, opened in the French capital on Thursday.
The arrest of nine customs and police officials for allegedly trying to extort money from rich foreigners hits the front pages of the South Africa press.
In Cambodia, lawyers in a war crimes tribunal have presented closing arguments in what has been the only case so far to try former senior leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime.