A court granted bail to opposition leaders Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul on Saturday in the National Herald case involving the alleged misappropriation of party funds that has become a political flashpoint with the ruling party.
Former military dictator Pervez Musharraf could leave Pakistan as soon as Thursday after a decision by a court paving the way for his release, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
Musharraf's fate has been subject to intense speculat
Kuwait have freed on bail three former opposition lawmakers accused of criticising the emir and four people arrested for taking part in protests last week, local activists said on Wednesday.
Former Islamist MPs Falah al-Sawwagh an
A trial of an opposition activist accused of taking part in an illegal gathering in Manama has been adjourned until Thursday.
Nabeel Rajab appeared in the Lower Criminal Court, where he was also charged with inciting others to take part in
A Bahrain court yesterday (May 20) granted jailed opposition activist Nabeel Rajab BD300 ($795) bail in connection with insulting the country's Interior Ministry through his twitter account.
However, Rajab is still remanded in police custo
A total of 118 university students and staff were jailed for up to 12 months for protesting inside Bahrain University's Sakhir campus during the height of last year's unrest, according to a report.
They were convicted of taking part in an
A billionaire businessman accused of bribing officials in Bahrain was yesterday granted bail by a British court in exchange for a £10 million security bond.
Victor Dahdaleh, 68, who is British and Canadian, is charged with corruption
The leading judge at the National Safety Court in Bahrain ruled that seven men accused of kidnapping and torturing a policeman during the unrest will continue to be remanded in custody.
The seven men are led by rogue clergyman Shaikh Moham
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn will leave jail on bail on Friday under the shadow of sexual assault charges as another French official, Christine Lagarde, builds support to succeed him.
Strauss-Kahn, a global high-flier seen as ha
The International Monetary Fund said Dominique Strauss-Kahn has resigned as its head following charges against him of sexual assault and attempted rape.
'I deny with the greatest possible firmness all of the allegations that have been