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A British court has sentenced a teenage hacker to youth rehabilitation after he and other members of the Anonymous movement carried out cyber-attacks targeting financial sites like PayPal and Visa.
A British court sentenced two hackers to 100 hours of community service on Friday for stealing a treasure trove of unreleased music _ including Michael Jackson tracks _ from the U.S. servers of Sony Music Entertainment.
Kate Winslet's new husband won an injunction Tuesday in a British court to stop a tabloid newspaper publishing photos of him at a costume party.
A British court is holding a second inquest into the death of Amy Winehouse after the coroner who ruled the singer had drunk herself to death was found to lack the proper qualifications.
Police in Britain have extradited a terror suspect to the United States to face charges that he took part in an alleged al Qaeda plot to detonate explosives aboard the New York City subway system.
Police in Britain have extradited a suspected terrorist to the United States to face charges that he took part in an alleged al Qaeda plot to detonate explosives aboard the New York City subway system.
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Two men have pleaded guilty in a British court to stealing a bronze Henry Moore sculpture worth up to 500,000 pounds ($793,800).
A British court issued an interim injunction Wednesday blocking the extradition of a radical cleric to the United States on terror charges and granted a court hearing for an appeal.
In a case that challenges Britain's definition of murder, a severely disabled man who says his life has no "privacy or dignity" will be granted a hearing on his request that a doctor be allowed to give him a lethal injection.
Rescuers dug with picks and shovels trying to reach dozens of people trapped under houses collapsed by a strong earthquake Monday that shook a central Philippine island and set off landslides.
Julian Assange's long-running battle against extradition comes to a climax at Britain's Supreme Court this week, and legal experts say that the WikiLeaks founder faces long odds.
A British court on Monday gave WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange permission to continue his legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden over sex-crimes allegations.
A British court Monday gave WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange permission to continue his legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden over sex crimes allegations.
Actress Vanessa Redgrave said Tuesday a local authority's attempts to evict a group of Irish Travellers from a site where they have lived for years is a breach of their human rights.