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Woman charged over failed Paris attack: Prosecutors

French anti-terror judges have charged a woman over a failed attack near Paris' Notre Dame cathedral, where a car containing gas canisters was found last weekend.

Dutch police arrest French national suspected of planning attack

The Netherlands was already on heightened alert after Tuesday's airport and metro attacks in Brussels, with security stepped up at airports and train stations and border controls tightened.

Guatemala arrests 11 in medicine-buying kickback scheme

Prosecutors in Guatemala have detained 11 people in connection with a medicine-buying kickback scheme at public hospitals.

Italian prosecutors seek to indict Bank of China, 297 people

Italian prosecutors are seeking to indict 297 people and the Bank of China in connection with a massive money-laundering investigation reported earlier this month.

Prosecutors push again to investigate Argentine leader in bombing case

Argentine prosecutors pushed for a conspiracy investigation against President Cristina Fernandez on Tuesday in the second appeal of a court decision that cleared her of trying to block the inquiry into a deadly 1994 bombing.

Grisly testimony at Boston bombing trial as prosecutors rest

US prosecutors rested their case Monday in the trial of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after gruesome testimony about the death of the youngest victim left some jurors in tears.

Ecuador lashes out at Julian Assange prosecutors

Ecuador lashed out at Swedish prosecutors on Friday for their delay in agreeing to question WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at its embassy in London in their case against him on rape allegations.

Concordia ship captain should have saved all: Prosecutors

The failure of Costa Concordia's captain to promptly order an evacuation of the cruise ship was the sole reason 32 people died, prosecutors said in their final arguments in court.

'Fake Sheikh' evidence prompts Pakistan re-think: Report

'Fake Sheikh' evidence prompts Pakistan re-think: Report

Prosecutors are re-examining the criminal convictions of three Pakistan players jailed in 2011 over spot-fixing allegations, according to a report in Britain`s Guardian newspaper,

South Korea prosecutors investigate data leak at nuclear power plants

Seoul prosecutors have launched an investigation into a leak of non-critical data at South Korea`s nuclear power operator, the prosecutors` office said on Sunday, as worries mount about nuclear safety and potential cyberattacks from North Korea.

Migrants to stand trial for British tourist murders in Thai

Thai prosecutors today said two Myanmar men will stand trial for the brutal killing of a pair of British holidaymakers on a tourist resort after finally accepting murder charges against them.

LA Kings' Slava Voynov charged with felony domestic violence

LA Kings' Slava Voynov charged with felony domestic violence

Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov was charged with felony domestic violence for allegedly attacking his wife at their Southern California home last month, prosecutors said on Thursday.

Judgement in murder trial of South Korea ferry captain

After five months of dramatic, often painful testimony, a South Korean court Tuesday will deliver its verdict -- and possible death sentence -- on the ferry captain at the centre of one of the country`s worst peacetime disasters.

Former Brazil striker Adriano linked with drug trafficking

Former Brazil striker Adriano linked with drug trafficking

Former Brazilian international Adriano was charged by Rio de Janeiro prosecutors on Tuesday over alleged links to drug trafficking, officials and reports said.

Russia charges air traffic trainee over Total boss plane crash

Russian prosecutors on Wednesday charged a rookie air traffic controller over the Moscow plane crash that killed the CEO of French oil giant Total.

Prosecutors storm suspected hideout of sunken ferry owner

South Korean prosecutors Wednesday stormed the suspected hideout of the de facto owner of the sunken ferry Sewol without any opposition, media reported.

German prosecutors question Ecclestone extortion defence

German prosecutors cast doubt on assertions by Bernie Ecclestone that he had been the victim of extortion when the Formula One boss returned to court on Friday in a bribery trial where he faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

Bayern Munich chief, Uli Hoeness to serve jail term as prosecutors nix appeal

German football legend and former Bayern Munich boss Uli Hoeness is to go to jail for tax fraud after prosecutors said Monday they would not appeal the verdict.

`Courtsiding` charge brought against Briton dropped

Australian prosecutors have withdrawn a `courtsiding` charge brought against a British man at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne, local media reported on Thursday.

Brazil prosecutors begin probe of World Cup stadium`s safety

Prosecutors on Wednesday began their evaluation of whether a World Cup stadium in Cuiabá, Brazil, is safe following an October fire there.