A Stockholm court convicted US rapper A$AP Rocky of assault and gave him a suspended sentence over a street brawl, a case that outraged fans and sparked a diplomatic spat with US President Donald Trump.
A Swedish court announced rapper A$AP Rocky will be freed from jail along with two other US suspects until August 14, after a witness in the A$AP Rocky assault case revised her story from initial police reports.
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US rapper A$AP Rocky will go on trial for assault in Sweden on July 30 over his alleged involvement in a street brawl in Stockholm. The case prompted an angry response from President Donald Trump.
A$AP Rocky is to remain in custody pending trial over a fight in Stockholm last month
Authorities said they would keep A$AP Rocky in detention for six more days amid investigations into a street brawl in Stockholm, which the singer claims was an act of self-defence.
Critics have bemoaned the slow progress made by an investigative team of the UN Security Council but the agency outlined solid gains made in recent months.
"Spider-Man: Far From Home" delivers a $185 million debut from 4,636 venues during its first six days in theaters.
"The US are favourite and we are the underdog and we are fine with that," says Netherlands head coach Sarina Wiegman ahead of Sunday's final.
A European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation high official said that Baltic banks are threatened by money laundering coming from Russia.
A powerful explosion in the southern Swedish town of Linkoping damaged two adjacent buildings and injured at least 25 people, say officials.
The ruling means the Swedish prosecutor cannot at this stage request WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition from Britain. He is currently serving a 50-week sentence in Britain for skipping bail.
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