During arguments, impeachment managers showed a flurry of excerpts from former president Trump's speeches in which he told supporters the only way he could lose is if the election results were rigged.
Italian judge orders PM Giuseppe Conte and an array of senior officials to testify at a hearing into whether far-right leader Matteo Salvini should be tried for illegally detaining migrants.
A suspect was arrested after a knife attack took place near the former office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a police source said.
Fourteen suspects face charges including financing terrorism, membership in a terrorist organisation and supplying weapons to the attackers that killed 12 people in 2015.
Israeli protesters have been demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's resignation over corruption charges and the way his government has handled the crisis triggered by coronavirus pandemic.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says one of his daughters has been inoculated with the vaccine developed by the Gamaleya research institute as he declares it ready for use despite international scepticism.
Video evidence showing George Floyd's death in police custody might not bring a conviction to the officers involved easier. Here are the charges the officers are facing and how they could be convicted.
The cases being investigated include a 2018 air strike on a school bus in the northern region of Dahyan that killed at least 40 children, and a raid on a wedding party the same year in Bani Qais area of Hajja province, which left 20 dead,
Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton earlier refused to participate in the House impeachment inquiry while the Trump administration and Congress battled in court for access to witnesses and documentary evidence.
Trial began in US District Court in Los Angeles in a defamation lawsuit brought against Tesla Elon Musk by British cave diver Vernon Unsworth over three July 15, 2018 tweets by the Tesla chief executive, one calling him "pedo guy."
23 journalists and 13 news outlets have been accused of aiding and abetting contempt of court by overseas media and breaching suppression orders which can be punished with jail for up to five years.
Miguel Angel "El Gordo" Martinez said in the kingpin's New York trial that four attempts on his life took place in Mexican prisons between his arrest in 1998 and his arrival in the United States in 2001.
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