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Spanish Court Issues Warning to UEFA and FIFA to Cease Opposition to Super League

A Spanish court condemned FIFA and UEFA for unfair practices opposing the European Super League. The court order instructed both organizations to halt their anti-competitive actions against the ESL. Madrid's commercial court accused the governing bodies of infringing competition laws by restricting clubs from taking part in the new league. A22 Sports Management, the brains behind the ESL plan, brought the case to the Spanish court seeking justice for the clubs. The court demanded FIFA and UEFA rectify their past…

Former Immigration Director and Finance Ministry Official Cleared of Corruption Charges by Banadir Regional Court.

In Mogadishu, the Banadir regional court has acquitted Mohamed Adan Jimale Koofi, the former director of Somalia's immigration and citizenship agency, and Muhidin Hassan Jurus 'Saabey', the head of taxation at the Ministry of Finance. They were accused of corruption but the court cleared all charges and their rights are now restored. The court's chairman made it clear that the corruption charges against these two officials have been completely dismissed. The legal battle that lasted for nine months included accusations of…

Israel Ordered by Global Court to Cease Immediate Military Action in Rafah

The International Court of Justice remains skeptical of Israeli attempts to ease the suffering in Rafah. The situation there is described as "exceptionally grave."ICJ President Nawaf Salam highlighted the severity of the humanitarian crisis in Rafah. There is no police force to enforce the court's orders, as seen in Russia's defiance of a similar ruling.In response to the court's decision, Palestinians expressed mixed reactions. Some welcomed it, while others doubted immediate change. The court was commended as an…

Northeastern State Military Court Hands Down Death Sentences and Prison Terms to Four Al-Shabab Operatives

In Bosaso, a Northeastern State military court handed down sentences on four individuals linked to the al-Shabab militant group. One suspect, Mohamud Mohamed Ahmed (Qeyliye), was found in collaboration with the Northeastern State leader of al-Shabab. Qeyliye was found responsible for driving the vehicle that transported gunmen for planned attacks, leading to the deaths of two people in Bosaso. He received a death sentence. Abdikhadar Mohamed Shire, also implicated as a driver for al-Shabab, received a 15-year prison…

Northeastern State Military Court Prosecutes Five Men for Alleged Support of al-Shabab in Bosaso

In Bosaso, five individuals linked to the al-Shabab terrorist group faced a Northeastern State military court. They were accused of transporting al-Shabab members for deadly missions in Bosaso using their vehicles. The prosecutor revealed that the men were apprehended after an inquiry into two murder cases in the area. The security police caught them along with their vehicle during the operation. Some of the suspects claimed they were coerced by al-Shabab threats, while others argued they were unaware of their association…

Former Somalian Officer Sentenced to Death by Military Court for Fatal Attack on Barber Shop

In Mogadishu, the Somali Court of First Instance has handed down a death penalty to Daud Bashir Adow, a former military officer, for the intentional killing of Said Abdi Musa. The incident occurred in December 2024 at a barbershop, where a dispute over who would go first for a haircut led to the fatal shooting of Musa by Adow. Chairman Hassan Ali Nur Shute of the Somali National Armed Forces military court verified that the tragic event occurred in the Dharkenley district of Mogadishu.

70-Year-Old Sentenced to Seven Years for Financing al-Shabab by Mogadishu Court

Mogadishu (AX) - A 70-year-old man in Mogadishu was given a seven-year prison sentence and a $3,000 fine by the Banadir regional court on Thursday for funding al-Shabab through money laundering. Ali Hussein Isaac, the elderly individual in question, was accused of transferring $500,000 from his personal account to al-Shabab members. Saleh Daban, the chairman of the Banadir regional court, disclosed that the punishment was split into two parts: four years for funding the group and three years for the money laundering…

Banadir Court Affirms Death Penalty for Husband Who Burned Pregnant Wife.

In an unprecedented decision, the Court of Appeal in Banadir region has sentenced Sayid Ali Moalim Daud to death. This ruling comes after a series of hearings and defense arguments against him. The Appeal Court has affirmed a previous ruling by the Banadir regional court, where Daud was originally sentenced to death for setting his pregnant wife on fire. Judicial authorities in both instances found Daud guilty of the crime and imposed the death penalty. However, the Appeal Court has indicated that the verdict can be…

Somali Military Tribunal Frees Moroccan Prisoners Sentenced to Death for Repatriation

Six individuals, including six Moroccan nationals, have been set free by a military court in northern Somalia and will be returned to Morocco. The Moroccan government, along with various NGOs, has been working to secure the release of these individuals. The accused individuals have claimed innocence and are eager to return to their home country. Various human rights groups have been actively campaigning against the use of the death penalty, urging countries like Morocco to abolish it completely. Despite not having executed…

Somali Military Court Frees Moroccan ISIS Recruits from Death Sentence

Somalia: Moroccan ISIS Fighters Released by Military Court In BOSASO, Somalia, the Northeastern State military court set free six foreign individuals connected to the Islamic State in Somalia. The faction, started in 2015 by Somali-British ex-Al-Shabaab preacher Abdulkadir Mumin, had these men training fighters in the Golis mountains and carrying out attacks in Bosaso. General Abdifatah Haji Adan revealed that Ethiopian and Moroccan nationals surrendered to Northeastern State after fleeing from Daesh. ISIS militants in the…

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