May 3, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
A federal judge on Monday granted bail for nine individuals accused of crimes committed as part of a Christian warrior militia called Hutaree. Judge Victoria Roberts of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan ruled that bail would be granted but that the eight men and... ...[read more]
May 3, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson agreed on Monday to delay the implementation of a new state law requiring women seeking an abortion to consent first to an ultrasound. The Center for Reproductive Rights requested a restraining order temporarily barring enforcement of the law. The Center ...[read more]
April 27, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
A US military official has said that the US is in negotiations to transfer non-Afghan detainees at Bagram Air Base back to their home countries, Al Jazeera reported Tuesday. The military intends to return the detainees to their countries of origin in anticipation of a transfer of the facility to ...[read more]
April 27, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
A US military official has said that the US is in negotiations to transfer non-Afghan detainees at Bagram Air Base back to their home countries, Al Jazeera reported Tuesday. The military intends to return the detainees to their countries of origin in anticipation of a transfer of the facility to ...[read more]
April 27, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
Indonesia's justice minister announced Tuesday the opening of a prison wing intended to confine individuals convicted of corruption. The new wing, part of Cipinang Penitentiary in East Jakarta, is designed to hold up to 256 inmates, although only 10 people are currently incarcerated there. The c... ...[read more]
April 27, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
Indonesia's justice minister announced Tuesday the opening of a prison wing intended to confine individuals convicted of corruption. The new wing, part of Cipinang Penitentiary in East Jakarta, is designed to hold up to 256 inmates, although only 10 people are currently incarcerated there. The c... ...[read more]
April 26, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
Lawyers for victims of the July 7, 2005 London transit bombings argued on Monday in the Royal Courts of Justice that UK authorities possessed information that could have helped them prevent the attacks. The theory for the case is built on intelligence that British security service MI5 and the ...[read more]
April 26, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
Lawyers for victims of the July 7, 2005 London transit bombings argued on Monday in the Royal Courts of Justice that UK authorities possessed information that could have helped them prevent the attacks. The theory for the case is built on intelligence that British security service MI5 and the ...[read more]
April 23, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
US President Barack Obama on Thursday expressed opposition to a pending Arizona bill that would require any individual suspected of being an illegal immigrant to present valid identification to law enforcement officials. In remarks delivered at a naturalization ceremony, Obama stated that failure ...[read more]
April 19, 2010
by Steve Dotterer
Kyrgyzstan's provisional government on Monday announced a plan to institute democratic reforms, including a referendum on a new constitution. The plan seeks to move Kyrgyzstan toward a parliamentary republic with increased checks and balances and a reduction in the constitutional scope of presid... ...[read more]

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