Sahin Alpay is freed under judicial control with international travel ban and house arrest
Salih Muslim arrested in Prague on Sunday following Turkey's request
Case dates back to 2016 when remote-control bomb killed schoolteacher outside capital Manama
The European Court of Justice urged Poland to comply "without delay" or face fines after finding that the country regularly exceeded limits for toxic fine particles for years.
On Friday, 47 Russians implicated in doping lost a last-minute court bid to take part in the Pyeongchang Olympics, just hours before the opening ceremony.
Citizen sentenced to five years in jail for describing Saudi state institutions as 'sources of corruption', activists say
The People's Majlis, or parliament, told local reporters in a brief message that the assembly will not have its scheduled sessions on Monday "due to security reasons".
Courts in Sivas, Ordu, Kastamonu and Izmir provinces convict members of Fetullah Terrorist Organization
Saturday’s verdicts are final and cannot be appealed
Suliman Abdul-Mutakallim was shot in the head as he was going home and was robbed of just $60.
Ex-officer's personal behavior, as well as his illegal entry, has been deemed as 'serious threat' to public order
Georgian national Zurab Idoidze has been accused of aiding terrorist who blew himself up during operation in Georgia
7 convicted for holding Turkish Naval Academy's rear admiral hostage during 2016 defeated coup
Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) MP Idris Baluken has been sentenced to over 16 years in prison on terror-related charges
The other defendants include former members of parliament, activists and three journalists.
16-year-old Ahed al-Tamimi – along with her mother – was arrested last week in Israeli-occupied West Bank
Those suspected or convicted of 'crime against constitutional order' to wear single-type uniforms in court
Commission to review legal actions in wake of July 15 coup attempt has heard cases since May
Nearly 500 Palestinians under ‘administrative detention’ to boycott Israeli courts, says Palestinian Prisoners Society
16-year-old Ahed al-Tamimi – and her mother – were both arrested on Tuesday by Israeli security forces
Appeals court overrules code of conduct tribunal that had in June discharged and acquitted Bukola Saraki