BERLIN (Reuters) – German TV director Dieter Wedel has denied accusations of sexual harassment and assault in Germany’s first such case since a scandal involving Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein
By Tulay Karadeniz
HARARE (Reuters) – A U.S. citizen charged with attempting to overthrow the Zimbabwean government after police accused her of insulting then-president Robert Mugabe had her case dismissed by a Harare
(Reuters) – Bernard Tomic is set to sit out the Australian Open after Tennis Australia (TA) decided not to award him a wildcard to the main draw, the organizers said on Thursday.
By Jonathan Stempel
CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court on Wednesday postponed its verdict in a case against rights lawyer and presidential hopeful Khaled Ali, judicial sources said, leaving uncertainty over whether he
By Mark Trevelyan
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) – Lynn Tilton, the colorful New York financier recently cleared of wrongdoing in a U.S.
By Jan Wolfe (Reuters) – Former Peru soccer federation president, Manuel Burga, was found not guilty on Tuesday of racketeering conspiracy by a U.S. jury in New York.