World Bulletin / News Desk
A British jury has found Turkish Cypriot tycoon Asil Nadir guilty of theft in relation to the collapse of his Polly Peck business empire.
The spectacular implosion of the once-successful Polly Peck was 1980s boom-and-bust story which embarrassed the ruling Conservative Party, to which he was a major donor.
It also made him a fugitive from British authorities after he skipped the country in 1993.
Nadir returned to London in 2010, saying he wanted to face trial and clear his reputation.
A jury at London's Central Criminal Court on Monday found him guilty of three counts of theft and not guilty of a fourth count.
Her lawyers argued that the case was "frivolous" and their client was effectively being swept up in the public anger surrounding the café siege, in which she did not take part
Britain could be forced to pay Turkish workers full EU rights, paper reports
Anti-Islamic slogans and a swastika was painted on a wall of mosque that was being constructed.
Foreign Minister calls Kerry and says that they are against all forms of cyber attacks and cyber terrorism
"New chapter" between the U.S. and Cuba is closely monitored by the countries of the region, and experts argue an open relationship will help to solve human rights issues in Cuba and contribute economically to the region.
Zimbabwe's political analysts are in deep search for the reasons why the President is in such a hurry to make crucial decisions.
A substantial majority of Switzerland's population is in favor of a ban on burqa, a garment worn by Muslim women, in public areas, according to Swiss media.
If realized, the E1 plan, which aims to build new Jewish settlements on an area of 12,000 dunams, will link the Jewish settlements of Maale Adumim, Mishor Adumim and Kfar Adumim in the occupied West Bank to East Jerusalem
Demonstrators hit the streets in angry response, protesting against ruthless and aggressive police tactics.
Israeli army detain Palestinian at Tulkarm checkpoint.
China prepared to help Russian overcome economic troubles, despite Putin refusing to call economic issues a crisis.
Television footage showed Marcello di Finizio using ropes to lower himself, this is the fifth time di Finizio has staged a protest against laws.
Israeli forces routinely conduct arrest campaigns on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank on claims they are "wanted" by Israeli authorities
Seoul claims threats to nuclear infrastructure based on 'leaks' of classified data that could be obtained through online search.
Netanyahu says that Israel is being attacked by Hamas and the Palestinian proposal to UN to end Israeli occupation.