A European court has ruled that hate cleric Haroon Aswat, 39, who's accused by the United States of conspiring to build a jihad training camp in Oregon, can stay in the United Kingdom.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday in favor of a German man who says the CIA illegally kidnapped him and took him to a secret prison in Afghanistan in 2003. The decision was hailed by critics of the so-called extraordinary renditions programs in the U.S. war on terrorism.
A British man accused of terrorist fundraising launched a High Court bid on Monday to halt his extradition to the United States, mirroring a similar move by radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri.
He's reviled as the one-eyed, hook-handed terror suspect so troublesome that even Queen Elizabeth II reportedly felt moved to wonder why he remained at liberty despite his fiery call for a jihad, or holy war.
A European court on Wednesday upheld most of a massive fine levied against Microsoft by the European Commission's competition watchdog, closing a case against the software giant that began in 1998.
Britain's Supreme Court rejected WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange's bid to reopen his extradition case on Thursday, meaning the controversial transparency campaigner could be sent to Sweden by the end of the month.
New pledges from Jordan to offer a fair trial to a radical Islamist cleric should end Britain's lengthy campaign to send the preacher to the Arab country, Home Secretary Theresa May told lawmakers Tuesday.
Iceland faces more economic uncertainty and a drawn-out European court case after its voters rejected for a second time a plan to repay $5 billion to Britain and the Netherlands from a bank crash.
Europe's human rights court opened a hearing Tuesday into a Gypsy woman's allegation that she was wrongly and forcibly sterilized at a state-run hospital in her native Slovakia because of her ethnicity.