Veteran forward Todd Bertuzzi returns to Red Wings after signing 1-year, $1.5 million contract

Bertuzzi signs 1-year, $1.5M deal with Red Wings

DETROIT — The Detroit Red Wings refuse to concede that they will be rebuilding next season.

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Dutch crown prince in lawsuit against AP, arguing photos of his family violated privacy law

Dutch royals in privacy lawsuit against AP

AMSTERDAM — Lawyers for the Dutch crown prince argued in court Friday that The Associated Press violated his privacy by taking photographs of his family on a skiing holiday in Argentina.

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Lawyer for would-be buyer of Pirate Bay backpedals in Dutch court, saying takeover uncertain

Would-be buyer of Pirate Bay backpedals in court

AMSTERDAM — The would-be buyer of Web site The Pirate Bay backpedaled in a Dutch court Tuesday, saying that it is uncertain whether the purchase will ever be completed.

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FBI top-10 fugitive fights extradition from St. Maarten

FBI suspect fights extradition from St. Maarten

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten — A Dutch Caribbean court rejected an attempt to block extradition of a U.S. man accused of killing two Georgia college athletes, but his attorney says he is fighting the decision.

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International court orders former Congo vice president to be tried for murder, rape, pillage

Congo vice president to stand trial at Hague court

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The International Criminal Court has ordered former Congolese Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba to stand trial on charges of commanding a militia that unleashed a campaign of murder, rape and pillage in the Central African Republic.

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Court ruling could upend the value of supposed identity theft protection services

ID-theft ruling: Set your own fraud alerts

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Companies that sell “identity-theft protection” present an alluring but questionable proposition.

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As suspects grow older, investigators still face obstacles in trying alleged Nazis

Some outstanding cases involving alleged Nazis

More than six decades since the end of World War II, bringing alleged Nazi war criminals to trial has become increasingly difficult as the suspects have grown increasingly old and frail.

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Demjanjuk’s age, health key to whether he will face a German court on Nazi death camp charge

Demjanjuk’s health a key issue for any trial

MUNICH — John Demjanjuk, the retired Ohio autoworker deported to Germany, was set to arrive Tuesday to face a warrant accusing him of being a guard at a Nazi death camp where 29,000 Jews and others were killed.

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Court throws out motion for Charles Taylor’s early acquittal, orders war crimes trial to go on

Court dismisses Charles Taylor’s acquittal motion

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Judges on Monday rejected a request by former Liberian President Charles Taylor for an immediate acquittal on war crimes charges, saying he must answer allegations that he was part of a campaign to terrorize Sierra Leone’s population through murder, rape and mutilation.

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