MALI - JUSTICE
Jihadist on trial for cultural destruction in TimbuktuAhmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi pleaded guilty at the International Criminal Court Monday to ordering attacks on world heritage sites in Timbuktu in 2012.
Malian Islamist militant pleads guilty at the ICC to Timbuktu shrine destructionA Malian jihadist on Monday pleaded guilty to ordering attacks on historic sites in the Malian desert city of Timbuktu in 2012.
In The Papers
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
Olympic spirit: Runners help each other cross finish line after collidingINTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Weds. 17.08.16: Salon has lashed out against US media for failing to adequately report on the deadly flooding in Louisiana. Meanwhile, British papers…
Notorious UK preacher convicted of supporting IS groupAnjem Choudary, Britain's most high-profile Islamist preacher whose followers have been linked to numerous plots across the world, has been found guilty of inviting support for…
Call for justice after imam killing in New YorkAs night falls in New York, a community calls out for justice.
French court rejects bid to close Calais 'Jungle' cafesA French court has rejected a bid to close the 72 cafes and shops in the makeshift migrant camp in Calais, but the local government says it will continue to monitor what it calls…
French court rejects release of woman jailed for killing abusive husbandA French court rejected on Friday a plea to release Jacqueline Sauvage, a 68-year-old woman jailed since 2012 for killing her abusive husband; she was granted a rare presidential…
Israel arrests UN Gaza employee 'for aiding Hamas'Israel said on Tuesday it had arrested and charged a United Nations employee for allegedly providing "material assistance" to the Islamist movement Hamas.
French court fines Uber €800,000 for illegal serviceA French court on Thursday fined Uber €800,000 over the launch and marketing of its controversial ride-sharing service UberPOP, while slapping additional fines on two regional…
Dozens of Palestinian inmates take part in hunger strikeDozens of Palestinians in Israeli prisons were observing a hunger strike Friday, in a new wave of protest that Palestinian officials said was expected to grow.
FIFA president Infantino cleared of unethical conductFIFA President Gianni Infantino, elected in February to lead the global soccer body into calmer waters after a series of corruption scandals, was himself cleared of possible…
France charges two suspected Paris attacks 'accomplices' arrested in AustriaFrance on Friday filed terror charges against two suspected members of the same Islamic State (IS) group cell that massacred 130 people in Paris last November, a judicial source…
CHAD - SENEGAL