Six teenage footballers and one of their fathers have been found guilty of Dutch referee Richard Nieuwenhuizen's killing.
A new Dutch-Belgian border agreement has gone into effect, giving the Netherlands two peninsulas the size of 23 soccer fields. The discovery of a headless body prompted the border move to clear up jurisdictional issues.
Nations need to protect their citizens, but that does not mean they can ban war criminals from entering their country, a European court has ruled. Instead, authorities need to take some considerations into account.
The EU has agreed to set up a public prosecutor's office for cross-border financial crime hitting the EU budget. The office will try to reap back 50 billion euros lost annually through lost sales tax or VAT.
South Africa's sexual offense statistics are alarming. A high-profile court case sparked a national debate about rape culture as well as the formation of a group that is fighting for justice for survivors.
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