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276. Brazil's Senate to Determine Whether Rousseff Goes on Trial
April 18, 2016

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is expected to give her reaction Monday to the launching of impeachment proceedings against her. Lawmakers in the lower house of Congress voted late Sunday to send the matter to the Senate, which will consider whether to put Rousseff on trial on charges of manipulating budget accounts. One by one, the chamber's 513 deputies rose to announce their vote at a microphone, greeted by cheers and sometimes jeers from the rest of the members.   It took them five hours to reach the two-thirds majority, or 342 votes, needed to initiate the process.... (read more)

277. Brazil's Supreme Court Rejects Impeachment Block
April 15, 2016

Brazil's Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by President Dilma Rousseff to block the impeachment process against her. The high court vote early Friday, following a lengthy emergency session that began Thursday, clears the way for a crucial Congressional vote on Rousseff, whose tenuous grip on power seems to be slipping away. With the court ruling, lawmakers in the lower house of Congress are set to vote Sunday on whether to send Rousseff to an impeachment trial.  Latest counts indicate the lawmakers are close to the two-thirds majority needed to approve the motion. If t... (read more)

278. Lithuania Blacklists 46 for Their Role in Savchenko Trial
April 12, 2016

VILNIUS, LITHUANIA— Lithuania blacklisted several dozen Russians and Ukrainians for their role in the detention and sentencing of the Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko and two other Ukrainians, Lithuania's foreign minister said Tuesday. Ukraine expanded sanctions against Russia last month after a Russian court found Savchenko, 34, guilty of complicity in the killing of two Russian journalists and sentenced her to 22 years in prison. Ukraine called on the European Union to follow suit, and Lithuania became the first EU state to do so. The 46 people it blacklisted are banned from e... (read more)

279. Led Zeppelin to Face Trial Over 'Stairway to Heaven'
April 12, 2016

Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” is one of the most iconic songs in rock and roll, but now a judge says a jury should decide if part of it was plagiarized. A Los Angeles district judge says the song resembles an instrumental song by the band Spirit. “Stairway to Heaven” was released in 1971, but Michael Skidmore, a trustee for Spirit’s late guitarist, Randy Wolfe, says Wolfe should be given credit for the song. Spirit toured with Led Zeppelin in the late 1960s. Zeppelin founders, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, claim they wrote the song in a W... (read more)

280. Congressional Panel Recommends Impeachment for Brazilian President Rousseff
April 11, 2016

A Brazilian congressional committee Monday recommended that President Dilma Rousseff face impeachment for alleged corruption. The panel voted 38-27 in favor of the motion and will now send its recommendation to the entire lower house. A two-thirds majority is needed there for a trial in the Senate. The lower house is expected to vote within a week and political observers say the outcome is too close to call. Rousseff is accused of hiding the details of the poor state of the Brazilian economy to ensure her reelection in 2014. Her supporters say the charges are part of a coup atte... (read more)

281. US Woman on Trial for Insulting UAE
April 11, 2016

A 25-year-old American woman appeared in court Monday after being held in Abu Dhabi for seven weeks for allegedly insulting the United Arab Emirates while waiting for a taxi outside the airport. The unidentified woman told the court she did not know why she was on trial. She has been in custody since February 23. Government-owned daily The National reported that the women claims she was approached by two men who spoke to her in a manner she did not like. "The men tried to help me. I had another flight to catch at 1:29 am. I refused to engage with them and nothing happened," ... (read more)

282. Somalia Publicly Executes Former Al-Shabab Spokesman
April 11, 2016

MOGADISHU— A former media officer for the Somali Islamist group al-Shabab was publicly executed by a government firing squad on Monday for ordering the death of six journalists, court officials said. Hassan Hanafi, who arranged news conferences for the al-Qaida-linked Islamist group when the militants controlled the capital Mogadishu, admitted during his trial to personally killing one journalist in Somalia. "Today, the court fulfills the execution of Hassan Hanafi who had killed journalists," Abdullahi Hassan, deputy judge of the court, told reporters at the scene on Monday... (read more)

283. Myanmar Begins Releasing Political Prisoners
April 08, 2016

Myanmar has begun releasing a number of political prisoners, as promised by ruling party leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday. Burmese language media said Friday Myanmar has released 69 student activists who were detained last year and awaiting trial. Families have been gathering at Myanmar's prisons since Aung San Suu Kyi's announcement. They are awaiting word of their loved ones, or perhaps even a reunion as the prisoners are freed. Detainees released Aung San Suu Kyi has promised to push for the release of political prisoners and student activists in the Southeast Asia... (read more)

284. Auschwitz Guard Dies Days Before Facing War Crimes Trial
April 07, 2016

A former Auschwitz guard has died just days before he was set to face trial for his role in the killings of more than 1,000 people, a court spokesman said Thursday. The 93-year-old Ernst Tremmel belonged to the Nazi SS Totenkampf unit at the death camp in Poland from November 1942 to June 1943, where he processed the arrival of prisoners to the prison. He was allegedly directly involved in three transport trips to the prison from locations throughout Europe. A court spokesman said the trial was expected to start next Wednesday in the western town of Hanau, near Frankfurt. The court wa... (read more)

285. Aung San Suu Kyi to Push for Release of Myanmar Political Prisoners
April 07, 2016

Myanmar’s ruling party leader Aung San Suu Kyi has promised to push for the release of political prisoners and student activists in the Southeast Asian country. In her first statement since assuming the role of state counselor, the National League for Democracy leader said “I am going to try … for the immediate release of political prisoners, political activists and students facing trial related to politics.” Lawmakers voted to establish the state counselor position this week,  a move that makes Aung San Suu Kyi the country's de facto top leader. A... (read more)

286. Man Admits Trying to Fake His Way Into Comic Con VIP Room
April 07, 2016

Some people will stop at nothing to attend a Comic Con. The gatherings, where comic book fans dress up like their favorite comic book heroes, science fiction heroes or superheroes, often attract zealous attendees. Take Jonathan Wall, who faces criminal charges for allegedly dressing like a federal agent to get into a Comic Con VIP room in Salt Lake City in September of 2015. At a trial Tuesday, Wall pleaded guilty to impersonating a federal officer to gain entry into a $10,000-a-person VIP room. He told event officials he was an agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investi... (read more)

287. Gawker Seeks Retrial in Hogan Case
April 06, 2016

A gossip website ordered to pay tens of million of dollars to a professional wrestler for violating his privacy, wants another trial. New York-based Gawker Media, which in 2012 posted a video of Hulk Hogan having sex, asked for a new trial hoping the $140.1 million award in March will be reduced or eliminated. "Gawker is now beginning the process of challenging the jury's verdict in a trial where key evidence was wrongly withheld and the jury was not properly instructed on the Constitutional standards for newsworthiness,'' a company statement said. "So we expect ... (read more)

288. Rights Groups Dismayed at ICC Ruto Ruling
April 05, 2016

PARIS— Rights groups reacted with dismay Tuesday at the International Criminal Court's decision to end its trial against Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto, saying it left victims without justice and showed the limits of pursuing cases against powerful individuals. But analysts also suggested the Hague-based court had learned some important lessons that might help it move forward in fulfilling its mandate. Human Rights Watch Senior International Justice Counsel Elizabeth Evenson called the ruling a "hugely disappointing decision." But she added, "the court has ... (read more)

289. US Supreme Court to Take Up Case About Juror's Racial Bias
April 04, 2016

WASHINGTON— The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether jurors' claims of racially charged comments by another juror can overcome the need for secrecy in jury deliberations.   The justices will hear an appeal from a Hispanic man in Colorado who says he did not have a fair trial because a juror made offensive comments about Mexicans.   The remarks came to light when two other jurors told the defendant's lawyer about them. Courts rarely allow jurors to reveal what went on during their deliberations.   But defendant Miguel Angel Pena Rodriguez argues that the... (read more)

290. Turkish Journalists Face Life Imprisonment for Espionage
April 01, 2016

The trial of two Turkish journalists has resumed, with the two defendants facing charges of espionage and aiding a terrorist organization for their reporting that alleged the government was smuggling arms to Syria. The closed-door trial involves Cumhuriyet newspaper editor-in-chief Can Dundar and Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gul. They could get sentences of life imprisonment if found guilty. Their case, which has generated international interest as a test of press freedom, went to trial last Friday, but was adjourned until this week after opposition lawyers and politicians ignored the ju... (read more)

291. 'Political Struggle' Vital, Turkish Journalist Says Ahead of Trial
March 31, 2016

ISTANBUL— As he penned his column Thursday, editor in chief Can Dundar said he was all too aware that the piece for the Turkish newspaper Cumhuriyet could be one of the last he would write as a free man. "I am prepared for a long imprisonment, maybe, but it's a political issue," he said on the eve of his next court hearing. "It's a political struggle, and you have to be ready for any kind of price to be paid, because this is the way democracy can overcome. Otherwise, if we stop talking, that means a kind of silent society, which [President Recep Tayyip] Erdogan nee... (read more)

292. The Pros and Cons of Being an Independent Consultant
March 31, 2016

Choosing between independent consulting and being a company's employee is an important decision. Each choice has its pros and cons, and being fully informed of the benefits and drawbacks will help you decide what is best for you. We have put together a quick Pro/Con list based off of our discussions with candidates and our niche in clinical trial staffing. This list is not intended to be all inclusive, but hopefully will make sure you have more information to help you make your decision. Pros of being an independent consultant: You have more flexibility with your schedule. If yo... (read more)

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293. Rights Activists: Electronic Passport Gates May Make Child Trafficking Easier
March 31, 2016

LONDON — Allowing children as young as 12 to use electronic passport gates at British airports would be a missed opportunity to identify victims of child trafficking, anti-trafficking campaigners said. The U.K. Home Office (interior ministry) has started a six-month trial of eGates, which use facial recognition technology, for children 12-17 years old at five major U.K. airports, including the country's biggest airports, Heathrow and Gatwick. The electronic gates, which can be used by any citizen of the 31 European Economic Area (EEA) countries and Switzerland who holds an electro... (read more)

294. Serbian Firebrand Seselj Faces Verdict in UN War Crimes Trial
March 30, 2016

THE HAGUE— U.N. judges rule Thursday in the war crimes trial of Vojislav Seselj, a Serbian nationalist politician accused of stoking murderous ethnic hatred during the 1990s wars prompted by the breakup of federal Yugoslavia. The verdict may prove as difficult for the U.N. Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to manage as the decade-long trial, which suffered multiple delays as Seselj represented himself and challenged the court at every turn. Seselj, 61, was granted provisional release in 2014 after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. However, he is still alive and ha... (read more)

295. Somali Pirate Suspects Face Trial for 2011 Hijacking
March 28, 2016

Seven suspected Somali pirates are set to go on trial Tuesday in France in connection with the 2011 hijacking of a French yacht in the Gulf of Aden. The defendants are accused of killing the lone male aboard the catamaran and kidnapping his wife, who survived the ordeal and was rescued. The suspects, 25- to 32-years-old, face possible life prison terms if convicted by the Paris court. Investigators say the couple aboard the yacht, Christian and Evelyne Colombo, had departed the Yemen port of Aden in early September 2011, setting sail for Oman on a leg of a round-the-world voyage. A... (read more)

296. Diplomatic Row Deepens Over Turkey Press Freedom Trial
March 28, 2016

ISTANBUL— A diplomatic dispute between Ankara and its Western allies continues to grow over the presence of senior foreign diplomats at the trial of two Turkish journalists. Turkey's Justice and Foreign ministries are accusing the diplomats of interference in Turkey’s judiciary. "Unacceptable," tweeted Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag, irked by the presence of foreign diplomats at Friday’s trial of journalists Can Dundar and Erdem Gul. Consular representatives from many of Turkey’s key Western allies were in the courtroom.  If convicted, the j... (read more)

297. British Diplomat Under Fire in Turkey after Selfie with Journalist on Trial
March 28, 2016

A British diplomat in Turkey has come under fire for tweeting a selfie he took at the Istanbul trial of two journalists accused of espionage. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was quoted by the state-run Anadolu news agency as expressing his displeasure with a photo of British Consul General Leigh Turner standing with one of the reporters.  The two journalists, Cam Dundar, the editor-in-chief of the Cumhuriyet newspaper, and his coworker Erdem Gul, are accused of “trying to topple the government” after posting a video they said shows members of the Turkish intelligence... (read more)

298. Lawyer for Russian Officer in Ukraine Found Dead
March 25, 2016

MOSCOW— A lawyer for one of two Russian servicemen on trial in Ukraine has been found shot to death, officials said on Friday. Yuri Grabovsky was representing Alexander Alexandrov, who was captured along with another Russian last year in rebel-held eastern Ukraine. The two men admitted they were Russian officers but Moscow said they had resigned from active duty. Russia has repeatedly denied it was supplying the separatists with equipment or recruits.   The Ukrainian National Bar Association said in a statement Friday that Grabovsky, who was declared missing earlier this month, wa... (read more)

299. Turkish Journalists on Trial for Arms-Smuggling Story
March 25, 2016

Two journalists are on trial in Turkey Friday on allegations they revealed state secrets and aided a terrorist organization with their report on alleged arms smuggling to Syria. Can Dundar and Erdem Gul of Cumhuriyet newspaper could get sentences of life imprisonment if they are found guilty of the charges. They are accused of publishing images that date back to January 2014 of trucks bound for Syria the newspaper said proved Turkey was smuggling arms into Syria. Turkey says the reporters aided an Islamic movement headed by U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen. Turkey has a poor hu... (read more)

300. Human Rights on Trial in Egypt as NGO Funding Case Revived
March 24, 2016

CAIRO— Egypt has launched a new crackdown on human rights groups, questioning staff and ordering asset freezes over accusations they took foreign funding to destabilize the country after the 2011 uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule. Egyptian rights activists say they are facing the worst assault in their history in a wider campaign to erase the freedoms won in the 18-day revolt that began on Jan. 25, 2011. Some say they are working from home in anticipation of arrests as the noose tightens on non-governmental organizations that have faced growing pressure since the bu... (read more)

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