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Malaysia's government has proposed new legislation to outlaw fake news and punish offenders with a 10-year jail sentence - a move slammed by critics as a bid to crack down on dissent ahead of a general election.
Mon, 26 Mar, 2018
Peru's congress has voted by a wide margin to reopen impeachment proceedings against President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, thrusting the Andean nation into renewed political turmoil.
Thu, 15 Mar, 2018
President Donald Trump has directed the US Justice Department to ban gun modifications such as the bump stocks used in the Las Vegas massacre.
Tue, 20 Feb, 2018
The US Justice Department has made clear its proposed ban on transgender military recruits is on hold.
Sat, 30 Dec, 2017
Wed, 13 Dec, 2017
Russian president Vladimir Putin has signed a bill allowing Russia to register international media outlets as foreign agents in a reaction to the US demand made to a Kremlin-funded TV channel.
Sat, 25 Nov, 2017
The US justice department has said it has no information about wiretaps that President Donald Trump claimed had been made of Trump Tower in New York.
Sun, 03 Sep, 2017
Prosecutors in Peru have requested the arrest of former president Ollanta Humala and his wife on money laundering and conspiracy charges.
Tue, 11 Jul, 2017
Air bag maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan and the US, overwhelmed by lawsuits and recall costs over defective air bag inflators linked to the deaths of at least 16 people.
Mon, 26 Jun, 2017
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Fri, 19 May, 2017
Donald Trump has said a thorough investigation will confirm there was "no collusion" between his presidential election campaign and any foreign entity.
Thu, 18 May, 2017
What former acting US attorney general, Sally Yates, told Congress about the Kremlin’s possible infiltration of the Oval Office is shockingly reminiscent of the Hoover era, says
Thu, 11 May, 2017
A federal judge has blocked US President Donald Trump's administration from enforcing his new travel ban against a Syrian family looking to escape fighting in their native land by fleeing to Wisconsin.
Sat, 11 Mar, 2017
Volkswagen has pleaded guilty to three felony counts as part of a $4.3bn (€4bn) plea agreement reached with the US Justice Department in January over the carmaker’s massive diesel emissions scandal.
Sat, 11 Mar, 2017
President Donald Trump has lost an appeal against a court ruling blocking his travel ban on certain travellers and all refugees.
Sun, 05 Feb, 2017
The world's second-largest credit ratings agency has agreed to pay nearly $864m to settle US government and state claims that it gave inflated assessments to risky mortgage investments in the years leading up to the financial crisis.
Sat, 14 Jan, 2017
A South Carolina judge has declared a mistrial after a jury was deadlocked in the murder trial of a white former police officer charged over the shooting death of an unarmed black motorist.
Tue, 06 Dec, 2016
NEXT week Americans vote in an election with by far the greatest global impact. In 2012, when Obama defeated Romney, 129.1m people voted — 53.6% of those entitled to. If that turnout is repeated, then, and if pre-election polls are of any value, more than 50m Americans will vote for Donald Trump. How many more choose to do so will decide the election and who becomes the world’s most powerful person.
Tue, 01 Nov, 2016
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Thu, 29 Sep, 2016
Deutsche Bank shares dropped to a record low and its riskiest bonds declined after a media report said the German government would not step in to back the lender, fuelling investor concerns about its weakened finances.
Tue, 27 Sep, 2016
Deutsche Bank’s shares and its riskiest bonds dropped the most since the Brexit vote yesterday after the lender said the US Justice Department is seeking $14bn (€12.55bn) to settle a probe tied to mortgage-backed securities, more money than the bank is willing to pay.
Sat, 17 Sep, 2016
Fri, 19 Aug, 2016
The remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers awaiting trial over the death of black man Freddie Gray have been dropped.
Wed, 27 Jul, 2016
Fri, 08 Jul, 2016
Mon, 04 Jul, 2016
Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton has said she has been eager to be interviewed with the FBI about her use of a private email server while she was US Secretary of State.
Sun, 03 Jul, 2016
Federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a white man accused of killing nine black parishioners in a racially motivated attack at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, last June, the US Justice Department said.
Thu, 26 May, 2016
Sat, 14 May, 2016
Fri, 13 May, 2016
Apple chief Tim Cook has said to comply with a court order to help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters would amount to the “software equivalent of cancer”.
Fri, 26 Feb, 2016
The US Justice Department has sued Volkswagen (VW) for up to $90 billion (€84bn) for allegedly violating environmental laws.
Wed, 06 Jan, 2016
Swiss bank to pay $547m to settle US tax evasion probe
Thu, 31 Dec, 2015
Electrolux shares slumped more than 10% yesterday after a $3.3bn (€2.93bn) deal to buy General Electric’s appliance business fell through.
Tue, 08 Dec, 2015
The crisis at soccer’s global governing body continues to spread as authorities in Germany and Switzerland target banks and national sport associations for financial transactions linked to Fifa.
Wed, 04 Nov, 2015
Two Argentine businessmen wanted in the United States in connection with a Fifa bribery case have turned themselves in to authorities.
Thu, 18 Jun, 2015
Hundreds marched through the Dallas-area city of McKinney calling for the firing of a police officer seen in a video throwing a bikini-clad teenage girl to the ground and pointing his pistol at other youths at a pool party disturbance.
Wed, 10 Jun, 2015
A defiant departing FIFA president Sepp Blatter is continuing to press forward with his plans for reform within the damaged organisation despite calls for him to have no further involvement.
Fri, 05 Jun, 2015
The former president of the South American Football Confederation has been placed under house arrest amid a far-reaching corruption scandal at Fifa that has tarnished the image of world football’s governing body.
Tue, 02 Jun, 2015
Former Fifa vice president Jack Warner turned himself over to police in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday, shortly after they issued an arrest warrant at the request of authorities in the US, where he was one of 14 people linked to international soccer indicted on corruption charges.
Thu, 28 May, 2015
Police in riot gear have made numerous arrests as protesters took to the streets of Cleveland, Ohio, after a judge cleared a police officer over the deaths of two unarmed black suspects killed in a barrage of gunfire.
Sun, 24 May, 2015
French bank BNP Paribas was sentenced to five years probation by a US judge yesterday in connection with a record $8.9bn (€7.95bn) settlement resolving claims it violated sanctions against Sudan, Cuba and Iran.
Sat, 02 May, 2015
Baltimore residents were cleaning up the wreckage from rioting and fires that erupted after the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died after suffering a spinal injury in police custody.
Wed, 29 Apr, 2015