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  • Italy Court Prepares Verdict in Knox Appea...(01:00)
  • Italy's highest court is expected to rule on Friday on whether to uphold the conviction of American Amanda Knox and her Italian ex-boyfriend for the m...
  • Date: March 27, 2015
  • Source: Wochit News
  • Italy's Top Court to Rule on Knox Convicti...(00:55)
  • Italy's highest court will decide on Wednesday whether to uphold former U.S. exchange student Amanda Knox's conviction for the 2007 murder of Briton M...
  • Date: March 24, 2015
  • Source: Wochit News
  • Brazil Judge Orders Deportation of Former ...(00:41)
  • A Brazilian judge ordered the deportation of former Italian militant Cesare Battisti, reversing a 2010 ruling granting him asylum in Latin America's b...
  • Date: March 04, 2015
  • Source: Wochit News
  • Brazil Judge Orders Deportation of Former ...(00:41)
  • A Brazilian judge ordered the deportation of former Italian militant Cesare Battisti, reversing a 2010 ruling granting him asylum in Latin America's b...
  • Date: March 04, 2015
  • Source: Wochit News
  • Egypt's Highest Appeals Court Overturns De...(00:42)
  • Egypt's highest appeals court has overturned death sentences for 36 members of the Muslim Brotherhood, which the government has labelled a terrorist g...
  • Date: February 11, 2015
  • Source: Wochit News
  • Amanda Knox Conviction In Italy Could Spur...(01:00)
  • Italy's conviction of Amanda Knox for the murder of her British roommate when the two were exchange students together could spur a drawn-out fight ove...
  • Date: February 01, 2014
  • Source: Wochit News
  • Chirac Corruption Trial to Open(01:46)
  • Former French President Jacques Chirac may have to be tried in absentia on charges of corruption because of ill health.
  • Date: September 05, 2011
  • Source: BBC World News