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World Justice for MH17 victims tops agenda

22:40  09 october  2019
22:40  09 october  2019 Source:

Guard at Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre stabbed

  Guard at Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre stabbed A guard at a Melbourne juvenile justice centre has been taken to hospital with stab wounds. Emergency crews were called to the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre in Malmsbury around 1.15pm today following reports that a person had been injured. "Investigators have been told a man in his 40s was assaulted by a youth at a correctional facility on Mollison Street about 1.15pm," a spokesmen for Victoria Police said.The man was taken to hospital with an Ambulance Victoria spokesperson saying he suffered non-life threatening injuries to his upper-body.

The Dutch Prime Minister concedes there's "no guarantee" the people allegedly responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 will ever be brought to justice.

Earlier this year, international investigators identified four suspects believed to be behind the 2014 air disaster, which claimed 298 lives, including 38 Australians.

The ongoing attempts to prosecute the three Russian suspects and one Ukrainian have topped the agenda, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison held talks with his Dutch counterpart in Sydney.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the investigation team is ready for the case to head to court next year, and is hopeful justice will be achieved.

Ex-French justice minister convicted in breach-of-secrecy case .
A French court found a former justice minister guilty Monday of passing on secret details of a tax fraud and corruption investigation to its target, handing him a suspended one-month prison sentence and a 5,000-euro ($5,450) fine. Jean-Jacques Urvoas, 60, learned about the inquiry against his friend Thierry Solere, a rightwing lawmaker, while serving as justice minister under Socialist president Francois Hollande.

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