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US judge declares wrongly convicted woman innocent

Use of women guards on hold at Guantanamo's Camp 7

Egypt acquits doctor in female genital mutilation

Brazil tycoon on trial for insider trading

Judge overturns death penalty for Wyoming inmate

Answers to questions about the Ferguson grand jury

Prosecutors dismiss 1975 murder charges against 3

Controversy flares at Guantanamo over female guards

Ferguson grand jury unusual in many ways

$139M deal reached in school sex abuse case

Bay of Pigs vet, families seek billions from Cuba

Brazil's Rousseff struggling to limit Petrobras scandal's damage

Classroom sex abuse case to cost nearly $140M

Scandal-plagued former Washington mayor Marion Barry dies

Witness recants, freeing Ohio man after 39 years

'Guru' swindler of French aristocrats gets 8 years

Ex Fink denied bail on retribution fears

Acquitted barrister to pursue defamation action

Norway vows 'humane' conditions for mass killer

Family of slain US activist awaits verdict

Apple jurors grappled with complex patent issues

Detroit mom to stay in jail in daughter's death

Massive corruption case going to trial

Calif. fund founder gets 2 years in prison in NYC

Sept. 11 judge rules on censor but little else

Court rulings dim outlook for Guantanamo trials

Cambodian murder 'scapegoats' freed

New Egyptian petition: Run, General, run

Sydney teacher denies sex flings with boy

Insight: Kenya cases stir African backlash against ICC

In rare openness, China microblogs Bo Xilai trial

China makes big show of Bo trial, but it's still just theater

Putin foe fails to oust Moscow mayor from election race

Fort Hood suspect kicked gun from officer's hand

South African white extremist plotters sentenced

Fatal crash driver texted 'I'm so drunk'

England rugby coach Lancaster set for journey of discovery

Vietnam hands death penalty to 30 drug smugglers: judge

Analysis: Detroit seeks key court ruling to infuse bankrupt city with cash

Blasphemy law used against minorities in Pakistan