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151. Brazil Poll: Little Improvement in Temer Government's Popularity
October 04, 2016

President Michel Temer has not managed to convince Brazilians his government is better than that of his ousted predecessor Dilma Rousseff, and his popularity remains low, according to a poll on Tuesday. Pollster Ibope said the number of people who consider Temer's government "great" or "good" edged up to 14 percent from 13 percent in the previous survey in late June, which was conducted six weeks after he replaced Rousseff when her impeachment trial began. But...... (read more)

152. Attorney Jason Steinberger Successfully Defends Ryan Hemphill in a One-Week Long Assault Trial
October 04, 2016

Ryan Hemphill, the Manhattan lawyer charged with criminal assault charges in 2015, has been found innocent by the Manhattan Supreme Court, thanks to defense attorney Jason A. Steinberger. Steinberger, founder and lead defense attorney at the Law Offices of Jason A. Steinberger , argued that Hemphill’s former girlfriend, pre-kindergarten teacher Christina Leos, story changed numerous times throughout the process of Hemphill’s arrest and trial. Hemphill and Leos met through the dating site eHarmony. In 2013, a month after they began dating, Leos claimed that Hemphill threatened to cause sev... (read more)

Author: John Doe

153. Analyst: Chechens Standing Trial in Nemtsov's Murder are Scapegoats
October 03, 2016

Five suspects in the 2015 murder of prominent Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov are on trial in a Russian military court. The five men, all Chechens, faced the jury on Monday in Moscow and pleaded not guilty. Nemtsov's supporters and family members say his murder was masterminded by high-ranking politicians and fear that the real culprits will never be found. Zlatica Hoke asked a Russia expert to throw some light on the case.... (read more)

154. Father and Son Jailed for Embezzlement in Kazakhstan Media Trial
October 03, 2016

The head of Kazakhstan's national journalists' union was sentenced to six years in prison Monday after being convicted of embezzlement and tax evasion along with his son, in a case condemned by press freedom activists locally and abroad. Seitkazy Matayev, who owns local news agency KazTAG, stood trial with his son Aset, chief executive of the same agency, who was sentenced to five years. Prosecutors accused the Matayevs of embezzling about $1 million in funds transferred to...... (read more)

155. Trial Opens for Suspects in Killing Russian Opposition Chief
October 03, 2016

A Moscow military court is beginning to hear the case of five people accused of involvement in the killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov was shot late at night in February 2015 as he and a companion walked across a bridge near the Kremlin. The brutality so close to the center of Russian power both frightened and angered supporters of the beleaguered opposition.   Five suspects, all of them Chechens, faced the court in Moscow on Monday as the hearings began. The...... (read more)

156. Be Careful with Your Case
September 28, 2016

Hiring a criminal defense attorney in Bremen, GA, is not something that people generally look forward to, and it's certainly not something to take lightly. Hiring an attorney is not only a nerve-wracking process for many people; it's also a decisive one. Whether you take a plea or you go to trial, your attorney will be the one establishing your defense and working to guarantee that your rights are protected. That is a very hefty responsibility. When you hire an attorney, you want to make sure that you're making the best choice possible. In order to make an informed decision, there are some bas... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

157. Hague Court Sentences Malian to 9 Years for Cultural Destruction
September 27, 2016

The International Criminal Court Tuesday sentenced a former Islamist rebel to nine years in prison for his role in wrecking holy sites in the ancient Malian city of Timbuktu, ending a groundbreaking cultural war crimes trial. Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi’s sentence was the minimum requested by the prosecution. It was also far less than the 30 years he could have faced for leading and participating in the smashing of 10 holy shrines in Timbuktu in 2012, when Islamist rebels controlled the...... (read more)

158. Media: Turkish Journalist Detained Over 'Subliminal Coup Messages'
September 23, 2016

A prominent Turkish journalist was detained for trial on Friday, accused of participating in a coup by sending out subliminal messages to rogue troops who tried to seize power, media said. Ahmet Altan, also a popular a novelist, was first held for questioning with his brother Mehmet Altan two weeks ago, both of them accused of sending out the messages during a TV talk show a day before the abortive July coup, state media reported. Ahmet was freed on Thursday, but a prosecutor then...... (read more)

159. Brazil's Former President to Stand Trial for Corruption
September 20, 2016

A Brazilian judge has ordered former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to stand trial on charges of corruption and money laundering. Judge Sergio Moro ruled Tuesday that Lula, who served as president from 2003 to 2011, will be tried for allegedly accepting $1.15 million in bribes connected to a sweeping kickback probe at state-run oil company Petrobras. Also on trial will be the former first lady and six others. Lula's hand-chosen successor, Dilma Rousseff, was found guilty of...... (read more)

160. Fitness Trackers Don’t Foster Weight Loss, Study Finds
September 20, 2016

That wearable fitness tracker you hoped would help you shed a few kilos probably isn’t working, a new study claims. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh say that over a two-year trial, people who only took part in health counseling lost more weight than those who wore a fitness tracker and took counseling. In fact, those who took only counseling lost nearly six kilograms, while those who also used a fitness tracker only lost 3.5 kilograms. “These devices should not be...... (read more)

161. Finnish Court Convicts 5 Cuban Athletes of Rape
September 20, 2016

A Finnish court on Tuesday convicted five members of Cuba's national volleyball team of aggravated rape and ordered them to pay a total of 24,000 euros ($27,000) in compensation to the victim. Four of the men were sentenced to five years in prison, while a fifth man got 3 1/2 years. The District Court of Pirkanmaa acquitted a sixth man, who had been held in police custody with the five others in the southern city of Tampere. The trial was held behind closed doors. The men had...... (read more)

162. Longer Semi-Trailers Showing Long-Term Benefits
September 17, 2016

You may be aware that the Department for Transport has been conducting a ten-year trial of longer semi-trailers (LSTs) on UK roads. A report has been released this month giving positive feedback from the third year of the trial, suggesting that these longer trailers will become an attractive prospect for haulage companies and a common occurrence on British highways in the future. The Trial The Department for Transport’s trial of LSTs started in January 2012 when 1,800 longer semi-trailers set out on UK roads. These trailers are 2.05 metres longer than the standard 13.6 metre units ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

163. Prostate Cancer Survival the Same with Treatment or 'Watchful Waiting'
September 15, 2016

Men with early prostate cancer whose doctors monitor their situation, as opposed to treating the cancer, have the same long-term survival rates. The finding was the outcome of a large British study comparing so-called “watchful waiting” with cancer treatment.   The ProtecT or Prostate Cancer Trial enrolled more than 82,400 men between the ages of 50 and 69.  Of these, more than 1,600 men tested positive for early prostate cancer. They were followed for 10 years between 1999 and...... (read more)

164. Bosnian Prosecutors Charge Citizen with 'Organizing Terror Group'
September 15, 2016

Prosecutors in Bosnia announced charges Thursday against a citizen accused of joining and fighting for the Islamic State terror group in Syria. Authorities say Abdulaziz Osman Kekic, who was deported from Turkey earlier this year, was arrested by Bosnian authorities at Sarajevo International Airport. It is unclear if he was actively fighting in Syria before his detention. Soon after his arrest, he was released pending trial. He is formally charged with "organizing a terrorist...... (read more)

165. Amazon to Test Delivery Drones in the UK
September 13, 2016

As specialists in Supply Chain Recruitment, we like to keep up to date with the latest logistics, supply chain or recruitment news. In the last week or so, a surprising breakthrough has been made regarding parcel deliveries by Drones. Whilst the concept of using drones has been in the news a little while with Google and Amazon both running trials in the US, it seems online retail giants Amazon have now been granted government permission to trial drone delivery in the UK. A major development for the world of logistics Working with the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the onli... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

166. Transmission Diagnostics Can Prevent Unnecessary Repairs
September 11, 2016

Diagnosing car problems was once based on a trial-and-error method until the issue was identified. Mechanics based a diagnosis on their own repair experience, the customer’s description of the problem, and mechanical symptoms, such as a smoking engine or fluid leaks. On-Board Computers Today, figuring out why a car is having problems is easier. A majority of the cars on the road have on-board computers that warn the driver of any mechanical problems, often through a light on the dashboard. Many car models now have specific lights for specific problems. Others may only have a “che... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

167. What Different Vaping Options Are There?
September 07, 2016

Invented in 2003, vaping is a popular means of quitting smoking or enjoying a new activity with friends. If you’re new to the world of vaping, it may take some trial and error before you find the combination that works for you. Here are the 3 basic types of vaping you should be familiar with before you get started. Electronic Cigarette The most basic type of vaping experience is using an electronic cigarette, also known as an e cig. If you’re looking for an e cig in Boston, MA, they’re easy to find and simple to use. They look very similar to a tobacco cigarette, so they ar... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

168. Judge Sets June 5, 2017, as Trial Date for Cosby
September 06, 2016

A Pennsylvania judge has set June 5, 2017, as the date for the sexual assault trial of American comedy icon Bill Cosby. Cosby and his lawyers appeared at a hearing Tuesday in another effort to avoid bringing the criminal case to trial, or having it moved out of the Philadelphia suburbs, where the alleged crimes took place. Cosby is accused of sexually assaulting a college basketball team manager in his home in 2004. Prosecutors at Tuesday's hearing say they want at least 13...... (read more)

169. Prominent Islamist Extremist Goes on Trial in Germany
September 06, 2016

A well-known German convert to Islam who once tried to establish Sharia law in a city neighborhood is going on trial on allegations he supported a foreign terror organization.   Federal prosecutors say Sven Lau is suspected of supporting The Army of Emigrants and Partisans, known as JAMWA, by acting as the contact for extremists wanting to fight for the group in Syria, the German news agency dpa reported.   The 35-year-old is also suspected of providing financial and material...... (read more)

170. EU Lawmakers Seek Help to Preserve Syria, Iraq Mass Graves
September 06, 2016

European Union lawmakers want help to preserve 72 mass graves in Syria and Iraq documented by The Associated Press so the evidence can be used to bring Islamic State group members to trial. Romanian Socialist lawmaker Victor Bostinaru said Tuesday that “the preservation of this evidence is today of utmost importance.” His Austrian colleague Josef Weidenholzer said time is pressing because the grave sites are only roughly covered and exposed to dogs and the weather. He said “the...... (read more)

171. Bill Cosby Could Get Trial Date at Evidence Hearing Tuesday
September 05, 2016

The shape of Bill Cosby's felony sexual assault trial could become clearer at a hearing Tuesday when his lawyers fight to keep out key evidence, including nearly 1,000 pages of damaging testimony he gave in the accuser's lawsuit. Cosby, 79, is charged with drugging and molesting a woman he mentored at Temple University in 2004. His lawyers will ask a suburban Philadelphia judge to suppress testimony from the 2005 lawsuit, when accuser Andrea Constand said she was left...... (read more)

172. Russian Blogger Jailed for Playing ‘Pokeman’ Files Appeal
September 05, 2016

A Russian blogger who has been sent to pre-trial detention for playing "Pokemon Go" in a church has appealed against his arrest. Russian news agencies on Monday quoted a local court in the city of Yekaterinburg as saying that they have received an appeal from Ruslan Sokolovsky who was ordered last week to stay behind bars at least until November pending trial. Investigators have charged the 21-year old blogger with enticing religious hatred, the same offense that sent two...... (read more)

173. French Prosecutor Requests Criminal Trial for Sarkozy
September 05, 2016

A French prosecutor has requested a criminal trial for former President Nicolas Sarkozy over suspected illegal overspending on his failed 2012 re-election campaign.   The Paris prosecutor's office said Monday it has asked investigating judges to send Sarkozy and 13 others to court in the case. It's now up to the judges to decide whether Sarkozy must stand trial.   Sarkozy announced his bid for next year's presidential election last month and faces a primary in...... (read more)

174. Brazilian Senate Votes to Oust President Dilma Rousseff
August 31, 2016

Brazilian senators have voted 61 to 20 to remove president Dilma Rousseff from office, finding her guilty of breaking budget laws. The verdict came down Wednesday after Rousseff, the country's first female president, underwent more than 14 hours of questioning on Monday. Final arguments of her impeachment trial took place Tuesday. Of the 81 senators, at least 54 had to vote in favor of impeachment for the decision to be binding. Rousseff is expected to be replaced by her vice...... (read more)

175. Apply for Funding to Trial Low-Emissions Vehicles
August 31, 2016

As climate change remains at the forefront of the public mind, various bodies are working to try to reduce carbon emissions. However, with the UK’s enormous reliance on road haulage, it’s clear that haulage companies will continue to operate for the foreseeable future. With this in mind, the UK government has set up incentives to encourage the development of low-emissions vehicles and other emissions-reducing technologies. Who’s offering the Money? The Office of Low Emissions Vehicles, or OLEV, has teamed up with Innovate UK to offer the money to fund promising work into lowering emi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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