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LONDON, England - Kenneth Gaba, 38, was caught by police touting the two tickets for the tennis in Wimbledon, south west London, on Saturday.
SINGAPORE - Three Mongolian tourists have been jailed for stealing and using stolen credit cards.
Two American tourists spent five days in jail, put up $50,000 each in bail and are facing three years behind bars after border guards seized a small arsenal of firearms at the U.S.-Canada border cross
Canberra - Australian police have released disturbing video footage of a senior officer's assaults on aalleged offenders at Airlie Beach police station, a day after he was sentenced to jail over the i
The Seychelles Supreme Court today convicted and sentenced 11 accused Somali pirates.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – A Dubai appeals court on Sunday upheld a one-month prison sentence for a British couple convicted of kissing in a restaurant.
The tourists who shot and killed some of the country's endangered native pigeons are facing a tougher punishment at home than they would receive in New Zealand.
Two Emirates airlines cabin crew have been ordered jailed for three months in Dubai over sexually explicit text messages, the latest in a string of indecency cases against foreigners, a newspaper repo
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A German tourist was sentenced to jail time Wednesday after he admitted trying to smuggle native New Zealand lizards out of the country — the second such case in five wee
An American airline pilot prepared to fly a plane fly out of Heathrow Airport while three times over the legal drink-fly limit, a court heard.
In an unexpected turn of events with links to a 2006 bombing, Lebanon freed three men jailed for more than three years for the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
AN ill-fated sightseeing adventure has landed five shocked middle-aged Australians in prison in Indonesia's troubled Papua region.
A 60-year-old Australian man has been sentenced to jail in Thailand for the murder of an American tourist earlier this year.
Barcelona - Two Spanish tourists who have been detained on charges of making homosexual advances at two taxi drivers in the Gambia face up to 14 years in prison for violating the principles of Islam, says the gay organisation FAGC.The Spaniards were being held at a police station in the coastal resort of Kotu. They were arrested on Friday after the taxi drivers reported them to police.