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Russian arms trafficker Bout loses bid for new US trial

Russian arms trafficker Bout loses bid for new US trial

The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan said a trial judge did not abuse her discretion by refusing to dismiss Bout's indictment.

1st US trials of suspected Islamic State sympathizers begin

A US Air Force veteran and former airplane mechanic charged with trying to join the Islamic State will be among the first Americans to go on trial as a result of the US government's pursuit of dozens of suspected sympathizers of the militant group.

Canadian charged with Iraq killings of 5 US soldiers

A Canadian man will appear in a New York court on Saturday accused of conspiracy and murder over the killing of five US soldiers in Iraq, US prosecutors said.

Osama`s son-in-law to face trial in January 2014

Osama bin Laden`s son-in-law, charged here last month with conspiring to kill American nationals, will face trial in January next year, a US judge has ruled.

India may get access to Headley again

Headley has pleaded guilty to 12 terrorism charges related to Mumbai attacks and other plots.

US trial risks raising tensions with Pakistan

The trial of Tahawwur Rana starting on Monday follows the killing of Osama bin Laden by US special forces that raised questions about whether Pakistani authorities knew the al Qaeda leader was in their country.

First US trial for ex-Guantanamo man opens

The trial tests US President`s pledge to end legal abuses in war on terror.

US stalls on September 11 trial for 5 at Gitmo

US hasn`t made a decision on whether to seek a military or civilian trial.

‘Osama will never be caught alive’

Laden will never face trial in US because he will not be captured alive, says US Attorney General.

9/11 `mastermind` will be brought to justice: White House

Notwithstanding the domestic controversy surrounding the venue of his trial, the White House has said that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, would be brought to justice.

Buddhi`s father says US trial `miscarriage of justice`

The father of IIT alumnus Vikram
Buddhi, who was awarded a nearly five-year jail term by a US
court for posting hate messages against former President
George W Bush, on Saturday sharply reacted to the verdict.

US may transfer second Gitmo detainee for US trial

The US Justice Dept signalled in court filings that the Obama admin may
transfer a 2nd inmate from Gitmo to US to face trial in federal court.