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101. Americas' Top Rights Commission Urges Argentina to Free Activist
December 02, 2016

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on Friday called on Argentina to release social activist Milagro Sala, who has been jailed since the beginning of the year in the northwestern province of Jujuy. The commission, part of the Organization of American States (OAS), said Argentina should "give prompt attention" to recommendations from a U.N. body in October that called Sala's pre-trial detention "unwarranted and arbitrary." Detention called...... (read more)

102. Questions Linger in China Over Controversial Death in Custody Case
December 02, 2016

Authorities in China announced this week that five officers are expected to be charged with dereliction of duty in the controversial and closely watched case of Lei Yang, a 29-year-old environmental scientist who died in police custody earlier this year. But a big concern for many in China is whether the trial will answer a host of questions in the mysterious case. So far, very little information has been released about the yet to be indicted officers, four of whom have been released on...... (read more)

103. AIDS Vaccine Trial Underway in South Africa
November 30, 2016

For nearly three decades, every December 1, we've heard about the tragedy of AIDS. And it is tragic. The virus has tens of killed millions of people, often in the prime of life, and it's left behind millions of orphans. But now, on this World AIDS Day, VOA's Carol Pearson has a message of hope... (read more)

104. Ex-Mali Coup Leader Goes on Trial on Killing Charges
November 30, 2016

The coup leader blamed for destabilizing Mali went on trial Wednesday with 17 co-defendants, accused of kidnapping and killing members of the presidential guard whose remains were later found in a mass grave. Amadou Haya Sanogo, who rose to power after overthrowing Mali's longtime president in March 2012, could face the death penalty if convicted. He was arrested three years ago following the discovery of the 21 corpses. Human rights groups say the victims, known as the red berets,...... (read more)

105. Antibodies Offer Hope in Battling AIDS
November 29, 2016

As World AIDS Day approaches Dec. 1, new research is offering hope for further treatment options and, perhaps, even a vaccine.   When the first World AIDS Day was held in 1988, infection was a death sentence. Today, there is lifesaving treatment. In Thailand, researchers eliminated mother-to-child HIV transmission, the first country in Asia to do so. In South Africa, a major clinical trial of an experimental AIDS vaccine aims to reduce the risk of HIV infection by 50 percent. In...... (read more)

106. Accused Charleston Church Shooter Allowed to Act as Own Attorney
November 28, 2016

The white man accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners at a church was allowed Monday to act as his own attorney, opening the door to courtroom spectacles at his death penalty trial, including Dylann Roof questioning survivors of the attack and relatives of the dead.   Roof's decision to represent himself comes months after he offered to plead guilty in exchange for the promise of life in prison. But federal prosecutors have refused to take the death penalty off the...... (read more)

107. HIV Vaccine Trial to Begin in South Africa
November 27, 2016

A new clinical trial is underway in South Africa on an experimental vaccine that could safely prevent HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. According to a statement from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the HVTN 702 is the largest and most advanced HIV vaccine clinical trial to be undertaken in South Africa, where some seven million people are living with the virus. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is part of the NIH, Anthony...... (read more)

108. Ukraine's Ex-President Accuses Kyiv of Sabotaging His Testimony
November 25, 2016

Ukraine's ousted President Viktor Yanukovych has accused Kyiv of "setting up a provocation" to "sabotage" his video testimony in a Ukrainian court trial of five former policemen charged with fatally shooting scores of antigovernment protesters in Kyiv in 2014. Yanukovych, now living in exile in Russia, briefly appeared by video link on November 25 from Rostov-on-Don before a Kyiv courtroom. But his testimony was postponed until Monday after demonstrators from...... (read more)

109. Judge: Defendant in Charleston Church Shooting Competent to Stand Trial
November 25, 2016

A judge has ruled that Dylann Roof is competent to stand trial for the killing of nine black worshippers at a South Carolina church. Judge Richard Gergel made the ruling Friday after a two-day hearing behind closed doors earlier this week. The hearing was needed after Roof's attorneys questioned earlier this month whether he could help them on the eve of jury selection in his death penalty trial. Gergel says jury selection will begin Monday. Gergel sealed his reasons for finding...... (read more)

110. Turkey’s Unprecedented Crackdown Sparks Little Unrest
November 24, 2016

The trial resumed Thursday in Turkey for journalists and editors from the pro-Kurdish newspaper Ozgur Gundem, which was shut down in August for alleged ties to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) separatist group. Since Turkey's failed military coup last July, more than 30,000 people have been arrested in a crackdown that has targeted alleged coup supporters and backers of the country's legal pro-Kurdish movement. Yet, while opposition parties claim the crackdown is a witch...... (read more)

111. UN Torture Investigator to Visit Turkey, Jails Next Week
November 24, 2016

The U.N. torture investigator is going to Turkey from Nov. 27 to Dec 2 at government invitation and plans to visit police stations, prisons and pre-trial facilities where detainees are held to discuss "challenges" related to torture, a U.N. statement said. Turkey has sacked or suspended more than 125,000 officials in the military, civil service, judiciary and elsewhere since a failed coup attempt in July. About 36,000 have been jailed pending trial, in a crackdown condemned by...... (read more)

112. Amnesty Demands Israel Drop Charges Against Palestinian Activist
November 22, 2016

Amnesty International demanded Tuesday that Israel drop charges against a Palestinian human rights activist on the eve of his trial in a West Bank military court. "The deluge of charges against Issa Amro does not stand up to any scrutiny," Amnesty Middle East director Magdalena Mughrabi said. "In their determination to silence him and stifle his human rights work, the Israeli authorities have apparently even reopened a closed case file," Mughrabi said. "People...... (read more)

113. Japan Rail Pass To Be Available In Japan On A Trial Basis
November 18, 2016

The Japan Rail Pass will be available for sale in Japan on a trial basis from March 8, 2017 to March 31, 2018. Currently it is only available for tourists to purchase prior to arrival in Japan. Stations to participate in the trial will include Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Kansai Airport, Shin-Chitose Airport, Tokyo, Shinjuku, Nagoya, Osaka, Sapporo, Sendai, Niigata, Yokohama, Hiroshima, Takamatsu and Hakata stations. Japan Rail Pass Now Managing Director, Adam McKnight, said he is happy with the news. “The Japan Rail Pass is currently only available for purchase overseas; by making it... (read more)

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114. Ivory Coast First Lady to be Tried in Absentia
November 17, 2016

An Ivory Coast court has ruled that former first lady Simone Gbagbo will be tried in absentia for crimes against humanity after she and her defense team refused to appear. Her husband, Laurent Gbagbo, is being tried at the Hague, but Ivory Coast refused to transfer his wife. Now amid uncertainty over the future of the ICC in Africa, her trial may point to some of the challenges national courts face in dealing with these cases.   As the judge announced his decision Wednesday not to...... (read more)

115. Russian Court Overturns Conviction of Putin Opponent
November 16, 2016

The Russian Supreme Court has overturned a criminal conviction against opposition figure and anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny and sent the case back to the lower court for retrial. Navalny was convicted in 2013 by a court in Kirov, Russia, and sentenced to five years in prison for embezzling timber worth $500,000 at the time from a state-owned company. The trial was largely perceived as a vendetta against the rising political star. The conviction came two months before the...... (read more)

116. Some Nigerians Question President’s Fight Against Corruption
November 16, 2016

The Nigerian president's anti-corruption campaign continues, with high-profile officials facing charges. But activists worry that the campaign is becoming increasingly one-sided, accusing the president of targeting his political foes. The former national security adviser appears in court Wednesday on money laundering charges.   It is another day in the ongoing trial of Nigeria’s former national security adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki. Despite rulings from several courts granting...... (read more)

117. Judge to Hear More Testimony About Search Mission for Bergdahl
November 15, 2016

A judge will hear more arguments Tuesday about whether injuries to soldiers on a search mission should be allowed as evidence that U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl endangered comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan. On Monday, the judge, Army. Col. Jeffery Nance, also agreed to delay Bergdahl's trial by several months until May 15, 2017. Prosecutors asked for the delay because of the slow pace at which they're getting approval to turn over classified evidence. Prosecutors...... (read more)

118. Thailand Begins Trial in 2015 Shrine Bombing
November 15, 2016

The trial of two men accused of carrying out the August 2015 bombing at a popular shrine in Thailand began Tuesday after being delayed because of a dispute about translators provided for the defendants. Bilal Mohammed and Mieraili Yusufu are facing 10 counts, including murder and illegal possession of explosives, connected to the blast at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok that killed 20 people.  They deny the charges. The two are Chinese ethnic Uighurs and objected to the two...... (read more)

119. Bergdahl Desertion Trial Delayed
November 14, 2016

The military court martial of U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl has been delayed until May 15, after prosecutors requested more time to retrieve classified evidence that was requested by Bergdahl's defense team. During a pre-trial hearing Monday, the presiding Army judge also heard a prosecution request to allow evidence from two soldiers who said they were wounded while trying to find Bergdahl when he walked off his post in Afghanistan in 2009.  A military officer testified...... (read more)

120. Documents Question Charleston Massacre Suspect's Competency
November 11, 2016

The judge in the death penalty trial of Dylann Roof believes it's possible the white man charged with gunning down nine black parishioners in Charleston last year may not be mentally competent to stand trial, according to newly unsealed court documents. A defense motion unsealed Friday mentions U.S. Judge Richard Gergel's finding that it's reasonable to believe Roof "may presently be suffering from a mental disease or defect." The motion says the judge's finding...... (read more)

121. Long Pre-trial Detention Overcrowds Senegal Prisons
November 11, 2016

Overcrowded prisons, poor conditions for the inmates and long pre-trial detention periods are issues throughout West Africa. In Senegal, the issue has led to prisoner protests and calls for reform. An insurrection by 600 inmates at Dakar's Rebeuss prison in September left one prisoner dead and 40 others wounded. The prison has seen five hunger strikes in the past year, according to the director of the prison administration, Colonel Daouda Diop. The prison, the largest in the...... (read more)

122. Lawyers in Trump University Fraud Case to Discuss Settlement
November 11, 2016

Lawyers for President-elect Donald Trump have agreed to begin settlement talks in a class-action lawsuit alleging fraud against the former Trump University. Trump's lawyers went to court Thursday in San Diego, California, in an attempt to push back the November 28 court date for the lawsuit until after Trump is sworn into office. They contend the presidential transition period is too intense for their client to begin the trial. The lawsuit, alleging that Trump U failed to deliver...... (read more)

123. Judge Denies Bid to Bar Evidence at Trump University Trial
November 10, 2016

A federal judge on Thursday tentatively denied a request to ban statements made by and about President-elect Donald Trump during his campaign from being used at the San Diego trial of a lawsuit involving him and his now-defunct Trump University. U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the Indiana-born jurist who was accused of bias by Trump over his Mexican heritage, issued his decision in the class-action suit hours before attorneys for Trump and those suing him were expected to appear in...... (read more)

124. Before Heading to Oval Office, Trump Could Head to Court
November 09, 2016

Within a few weeks of winning the White House, President-elect Donald Trump could face another group of U.S. citizens — a federal jury in California, courtesy of a lawsuit by former students of his now-defunct Trump University who claim they were defrauded by a series of real estate seminars. A hearing in federal court in San Diego is set for Thursday, and the trial is scheduled to begin November 28, barring any delays or a Trump decision to settle the case. While presidents enjoy...... (read more)

125. Duterte’s War on Drugs Fills Prisons to Breaking Point
November 08, 2016

Jason Madarang, awaiting trial on a charge of drug use, is in a muggy, windowless cell in a Manila prison so overcrowded that inmates must sleep in halls and stairwells and share each toilet with 150 other men.  But with President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs” raging beyond the walls of Quezon City Jail, Madarang says he is lucky.  “It’s safer here,” he said. “Outside, if the police want to shoot you, they shoot you, and then say you’re a drug pusher.” The Philippines...... (read more)

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