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Legal news from Sunday, July 20, 2008
by Andrew Gilmore

The Pakistan Supreme Court Bar Association has adopted two annual days of remembrance to highlight the plight of judges deposed following the declaration of emergency by President Pervez Musharraf in November 2007. The Bar Association will observe Independence of Judiciary Day every year on July 20, and Black Day on November 3 of every …

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by Andrew Gilmore

Cambodia has submitted a letter to the UN Security Council seeking to draw UN attention to its border dispute with Thailand. Disagreement between the two countries has arisen over the border area surrounding the Preah Vihear temple, which both countries claim lies within their borders. AP reports that Cambodian Information Minister Khieu …

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by Andrew Gilmore

The Human Rights Annual Report 2007 released Sunday by the UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee recommended that the UK not rely on any assurances made by the US that it does not use torture. The report also calls on the UK to fully investigate US interrogation tactics to ensure that no torture techniques …

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