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Former Israeli PM Ehud Olmert faces jail after graft conviction

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Bride who pushed groom off cliff gets more than 30 years for murder

Prosecutors said the bride lured the groom to the top of a 300-foot cliff in Glacier park on July 7 and pushed him over, then lied repeatedly to investigators in an attempt to cover up the crime

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Abdel Fatah al-Sisi resigns from Egypt military to run for presidency

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Sisi finally confirms long-awaited candidacy promising ‘stability, safety and hope for Egypt’ and he is widely expected to winEgypt’s army chief Abdel Fatah al-Sisi resigned from the military on Wednesday night, paving the way for a long-awaited presidential campaign and a return to strongman leadership for Egypt.”I am here before you humbly stating my intention to run for the presidency of the Arab Republic of Egypt,” Sisi said in a televised statement, still dressed in military fatigues. “Only your support will grant me this great honour.”

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Egypt prosecutor orders third mass trial for 919 islamists

Mass trials ordered despite human rights groups’ criticism over earlier trial issuing death sentences against hundredsEgypt’s chief prosecutor on Wednesday ordered two new mass trials for 919 suspected Islamists on charges that include murder, despite international criticism of an earlier trial that issued death sentences against hundreds of defendants.Students, most of them Islamists, held protests on Wednesday against the death sentences in several universities, turning into clashes with security forces that left one 18-year-old student dead at Cairo University, the health ministry said.

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Bin Laden son-in-law guilty of terrorism

Suleiman Abu Ghaith is highest-ranking al-Qaeda figure to face trial on US soil since September 11, 2001 attacks.

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DealBook: Five Former Madoff Aides Found Guilty of Fraud

The case centered on whether the associates of Bernard L. Madoff knowingly misled auditors and investors. They face decades in prison, although the judge will be able to use her discretion in sentencing.

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Mark Bridger drops sentence appeal

April Jones’s killer Mark Bridger drops his application for permission to appeal against his whole-life sentence.

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Teenager’s Sentence in Fatal Drunken-Driving Case Stirs ‘Affluenza’ Debate

Questions have been raised about the role of family wealth in the sentencing of a 16-year-old behind the wheel in an accident that killed four people in North Texas.

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Federal Prosecutors Assailed in Outcry Over Sentencing

Critics say prosecutors are using their discretionary power to strong-arm defendants into pleading guilty and over-punish those who do not.

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Assange’s Wikileaks Party in crisis ahead of Australian poll

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At Sentencing Hearing, Lawyers For Manning Urge Leniency

Defense lawyers said Pfc. Bradley Manning, who awaits sentencing for his role in disclosing government documents to WikiLeaks, could once again be a productive member of society.

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US seeks to reduce jail terms for petty drug offences

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Turkish Court Begins Sentencing in Ergenekon Conspiracy Trial

A Turkish court on Monday began sentencing nearly 300 defendants accused of plotting to overthrow the government, handing prison sentences of up to 20 years to some and acquitting 21 others.

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Saudi Arabia’s Latest Savagery

David Keyes on the sentencing of a liberal journalist to 600 lashes and seven years in Saudi prison

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