slander


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words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another

an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

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He sued her for slander and libel, but the High Court ruled Ward's claims about Starr to be true, and ordered him to pay her legal bill.
Ahmet Koyuncu for slander on social media and the Cumhuriyet daily's EuzgE-r Mumcu for a report that was claimed to contain "slander against the president.
BEIRUT: Hezbollah MP Ali Fayyad accused Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi of slander Wednesday in response his accusatory comments against the resistance.
Although Zaev's slander against me concerns a non-existent act of more than ten years ago, I decided to press charges for slander just in case, so this manipulation could be sorted out, Gruevski says.
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski confirmed Friday he would press charges against SDSM leader Zoran Zaev for slander.
The twenty Albanians, who were arrested last year in police operation "Monster" and accused by the Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska of being "a radical Islamic group that committed the multiple murders", have another argument to sue Jankuloska for slander.
Summary: Seoul: North Korea on Wednesday accused South Korea's new president Park Geun-Hye of slander and .
Knox's defence has also appealed against her conviction for slander against her former boss Patrick Lumumba, whom she accused of Kercher's murder.
Quran 24:16) Backbiting and slander defined: Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) once asked: "Do you know what backbiting is?
1000 fine on the case of abusive and provocative writings against those convicted for slander and violating Information Technology (IT) regulations namely Usama bin Hamad bin Khalfan al Toyeah, Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Mohammed al- Ma'amari, Awadh bin Ali bin Saleem al-Sawafi, Mukhtar bin Mohammed bin Saif al-Hinai, Ishaq bin Sultan bin Yousef al Aghbari.
The first episode described the channel as being feloul and pointed out what Youssef considered as inconsistencies in Adeeb and El Hadidi's coverage, prompting legal action from Emad Adeeb who said it amounted to slander.
Former Italian goalkeeper Walter Zenga has lost his appeal against a Dhs2,000 fine and a slander conviction for a journalist he had asked a "stupid" question.
There is a stage if people continue to slander you that you will have to decide to takeaction.
Media experts Suad Misini and Roberto Belicanec are concerned about the new Law on Decriminalization of Slander and consider that it does not deal with the real problems of journalists and it might be used in the future as a tool for political and economic disagreements.