israeli authorities on tuesday jailed a suspected jewish militant without trial. mordechai meyer has been placed under administrative detention for six months.
yapılan bir deneyde sanal gözlükle drift yapan sürücünün muhteşem maceraları sizlerle.
maze runner: the scorch trials official trailer 2 (2015) - dylan o'brien sci-fi adventure hd. in this next chapter of the epic maze runner saga, thomas (dylan o’brien) and his fellow gladers face their greatest challenge yet: searching for clues about the mysterious and powerful organization known as wckd. their journey takes them to the scorch, a desolate landscape filled with unimaginable obstacles. teaming up with resistance fighters, the gladers take on wckd’s vastly superior forces and uncover its shocking plans for them all.
oyuncular : dylan o'brien , thomas brodie-sangster , kaya scodelario , giancarlo esposito , lili taylor . labirent (maze runner) serisinin 2. filminde kahramanlarımızı çok daha zorlu bir mücadele bekliyor. labirentten kaçan thomas ve arkadaşları, bütün bunların sebebini anlamaya ve wckd örgütünün gizemini çözmeye çalışırken kendilerini bir anda alev (scorch) adında, akla hayale sığmaz engellerle dolu bir yerde bulurlar. burada onları yok etmek isteyen büyük güce karşı tüm yeteneklerini sergilemek zorunda kalacaklardır.
volunteers in britain and france have begun trialling new ebola vaccines. the so-called 'prime-boost' immunisations have been developed in response to vast outbreaks of the deadly virus in west africa. they form phase ii of the trials.
oyun sektörünün önde gelen firmalarından olan ubisoft entertainment, karşımıza trials frontier ile çıktı. i̇yi grafiklere ve başarılı bir oynanışa sahip olan trials frontier, oldukça kaliteli bir yarış olmayı kesinlikle başarmış durumda.
the vatican is to put on trial its former ambassador to the dominican republic on child sex abuse and child pornography charges.
the trial of jason rezaian has begun -- the washington post correspondent who has been detained in iran for almost 10 months. the accusation against rezaian, in tehran's words, is of ' espionage for the hostile government of the united states of america and propaganda activities against the system '.
a french court has cleared two police officers over the death of two young men in a paris suburb in 2005, a case which sparked the country's worst riots in d...
the decision by an egyptian court to seek the death penalty for ex-president mohammed mursi and 106 others has provoked international condemnation.
the trial of greece's right-wing golden dawn party has been adjourned for a second time. organisational concerns were cited as the reason for the suspension of proceedings until the 12th of may, but the defendants also refused to appear before judges at the athens prison once again.
showing pictures of a defiant dzhokhar tsarnaev to convince the jury that he has no remorse, u.s. prosecutors are making their case to sentence him to death over the 2013 boston marathon bombings.
phil rudd is used to being under the spotlight. but in a new zealand court on tuesday (april 21) the ac/dc drummer came under a different kind of scrutiny.
a veteran chinese journalist has been sentenced to seven years in prison charged with leaking state secrets. seventy-one-year-old gao yu gave an allegedly forced confession to chinese television where she admitted to working against the interests of the state.
protesters are calling for harsh sentences, as mining company executives go on trial over turkey's worst ever industrial accident. three-hundred-and-one workers were killed last may when an underground fire sent carbon monoxide through a mine in the town of soma.
karim wade, a former senior minister in the senegal government has been sentenced to six years in prison for corruption. he is the son of the former president abdoulaye wade and had just been chosen by the opposition senegalese democratic party as its presidential candidate.
thailand's ousted ex-prime minister yingluck shinawatra is to stand trial over a rice subsidy scheme that cost the government billions of euros.
two police officers have gone on trial in france over the deaths of two youths that detonated an explosion of violence nearly a decade ago. officers sebastien gaillemin and stephanie klein will face a court in rennes on charges they failed to prevent the electrocution deaths of bouna traore, 15, and zyed benna, 17, after the pair hid from police in a high-voltage electricity transformer near their clichy-sous-bois housing project northeast of paris.
he has paid 5,000 euros and acknowledged he made a mistake. and that is what it took for a court in northern germany to end the child pornography trial of prominent former member of parliament sebastian edathy.
the trial of a greek former finance minister has started in athens. giorgos papakonstantinou is accused of tampering with a list of around 2000 greeks with money stashed overseas, who are suspected of possible tax evasion.
a us military appeal court has overturned the conviction of australian david hicks. he was among the first people to be imprisoned in guantanamo bay in 2002 after being captured in afghanistan.
lawyers in the aggravated pimping trial of former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn have made their closing arguments. the case against dsk, as he's widely known as in france, collapsed on monday when accusations against him were dropped. henri leclerc, one of his three lawyers, told reporters they were confident of victory.
a south korean court has sentenced the daughter of the chairman of korean air to a one year jail term for breaking aviation law. the nuts and the bolts of the case are as follows, on a flight from new york to seoul heather cho took exception to the steward's nuts, to be precise the way he served them.
a belgian court has jailed the leader of an islamist group for 12 years. fouad belkacem led sharia4belgium, which was branded as a ' terrorist group ' by a judge in antwerp.
a french court has opened proceedings in the trial of pablo picasso's former electrician and his wife who stand accused of stealing 271 pieces of the artist's work.
as the verdict looms in the costa concordia trial, the defence team for the sunken cruise liner's former captain has given its closing argument.
jury selection has begun in the trial for a man charged with murdering former us navy seal chris kyle, whose autobiography was adapted into the movie 'american sniper'.
the suspected mastermind of the underground website silk road has been convicted of creating a multi-million dollar online marketplace for illegal drugs.
french comedian dieudonné standing trial in paris for condoning terrorism has been fined €30,000 or face a jail term. dieudonné made a facebook comment saying ' i feel like charlie coulibaly.'
he could have been a contender for president of france. instead, dominique strauss kahn became a familiar face in court, in the notorious 'carlton affair'. the ex-cabinet minister and former head of the imf in theory risks a stiff sentence as a 'pimp'.
almost four years after his arrest in new york on allegations of rape, former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn is due back in court today (monday feb 2).
turkey's ruling ak party has used its parliamentary majority to vote against lifting immunity from prosecution of four former ministers charged with corruption. a government-backed committee had been ordered to investigate the allegations before sending it to parliament for a vote. the 2013 investigation rocked turkish politics when prosecutors launched a series of spectacular raids and at one time threatened president recep tayyip erdogan's inner political circle.
former british glam rock singer gary glitter went on trial on monday for a string of historic sex offences dating back to the 1970s, allegedly committed against young girls. glitter, 70, whose real name is paul gadd, has previously been jailed in vietnam for child sex abuse. he denies all the charges against him and the hearing at southwark crown court was adjourned until tuesday.
jury selection has begun in the trial of boston marathon bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev, accused of killing three people and injuring 260 others in april 2013. some 1,200 prospective jurors have been summoned to court. if convicted tsarnaev could get the death penalty, however, his lawyer is well-known for keeping her clients off death row.
jury selection begins on monday (jan.5)in the trial of the man accused of carrying out the 2013 boston marathon bombing. twenty-one-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev who is an ethnic chechen could face the death penalty if convicted. he's accused of detonating a pair of homemade bombs placed amid a crowd of thousands of spectators at the race's finish line.
a libyan man accused of helping plan al qaeda bombings of us embassies in africa in the late 1990s has died of liver cancer in new york only days before his trial was due to begin. abu anas al-libi and a co-defendant had pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges stemming from the attacks in kenya and tanzania in 1998 that killed 224 people and injured 5,000.us legal authorities say the 50-year-old died in hospital after being taken from a detention centre.
the lawyer for one of three al jazeera journalists jailed in egypt has formally applied to the government in cairo to have him deported to australia. it comes after egypt's highest court, the court of cassation, ordered a retrial, citing "procedural flaws" in the original proceedings which sparked international outrage.
one of vladimir putin's fiercest critics will be sentenced on tuesday after being put on trial for months for fraud. alexei navalny faces up to 10 years in prison despite no injured party bringing a complaint against him.
the former first lady of ıvory coast has gone on trial for her alleged role in post-election violence five years ago. simone gbagbo, the wife of ex- president laurent gbagbo has been charged along with 82 other civilians and soldiers she is accused of stealing the 2010 election her husband lost and refusing efforts to get him to stand down. her husband is awaiting trial at the international criminal court in the hague on charges of crimes against humanity.
Prosecutors in Russia are calling for a 10-year jail term against opposition activist Alexei Navalny, in a fraud case dismissed by his supporters as politica...