PRISTINA (Reuters) – A court in Kosovo on Friday sentenced four people, including a member of parliament, to prison terms ranging from 2 to 8 years for taking part in a grenade attack against the
By Steve Scherer
LONDON (Reuters) – Foreign minister Boris Johnson said Britain would appeal to Iran on humanitarian grounds to free a jailed aid worker but expressed reservations that granting her diplomatic
By Rollo Ross
By Jesús Aguado and Alba Asenjo.
ATHENS (Reuters) – A leading member of Greece’s most deadly guerrilla group, November 17, began a two-day leave from prison on Thursday under a parole board ruling that triggered a storm of protest
Disgraced former Soldier Bowe Bergdahl may still be able to collect as mush as $300,000 in back pay and benefits during his captivity with the Taliban. On Thursday, the U.S. Army said it is deciding whether he should be considered a “prisoner of war” for which he would be compensated for.
By Kanupriya Kapoor