French oil company Total is to face trial in France over corruption allegations relating to Iranian contracts dating from the 1990s and early 2000s, the Paris prosecutor's office said.
Total agreed last yea
New evidence has come to light placing a suspect at the scene of a high-profile Rolex robbery in Bahrain, a court heard.
The Public Prosecution yesterday said that forensic experts have conducted DNA tests that link the Kosovan fu
Libyan prosecutors prepared to start the trial of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi's sons and former officials on Monday in a major test for the North African state's transition to a democracy since its 2011 revolution.
A secret underground weapons warehouse was used to hide machine guns, handguns, silencers and more than 3,000 bullets, a court heard.
The ammunition and weapons, including five AK-47 assault rifles, five 9mm pistols and five silen
The UAE Global Management Challenge, a leading strategy and management competition, kicked-off its trial round recently, with 47 teams comprising more than 200 participants.
The challenge seeks to help bolster management skills re
Thirty-eight terrorism trials were heard by Bahrain's courts last year.
They were referred to the criminal courts by the Public Prosecution and were connected to explosions; murder and attempted murder of policemen and civilia
The trial of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi on charges of inciting murder was postponed until Feb. 1 on Wednesday after officials said bad weather had stopped him from being flown to court.
Another Islamist politician, E
Egypt on Saturday referred to trial deposed President Mohamed Mursi and 129 others including members of the Palestinian group Hamas and Lebanon's Hezbollah on charges including killing policemen, a statement from the investigating judge said
Egypt's ousted president, Mohamed Mursi, goes on trial on Monday under a security crackdown that has devastated his Muslim Brotherhood movement and raised concerns that the army-backed government is reimposing a police state.
Three leaders of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and the movement's former arch-foe Hosni Mubarak faced separate trials on Sunday on similar charges of involvement in the killing of protesters.
With Egypt no