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Legal news from Sunday, July 11, 2010
by Hillary Stemple

US Attorney General Eric Holder said during an interview Sunday on CBS's Face the Nation that no final decision has been reached as to whether accused 9/11 conspirators, such as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, will be tried in civilian court or by military tribunal. Holder stated that the main goal of the …

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by Erin Bock

More than 1,000 protesters marched through the streets of Toronto on Saturday to demand transparent public inquiries into police action in connection with last month's Group of 20 (G-20) summit. Nearly 1,000 arrests were made before and during the G20, making it the largest mass arrest in Canadian history and protesters contend that both the police and …

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by Hillary Stemple

The Cuban government on Saturday freed the first of 52 political prisoners who will be released as part of an agreement with the Roman Catholic Church, which was brokered by Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos. According to reports, three of the political dissidents were released from custody and …

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by Erin Bock

British Prime Minister David Cameron and UN Chief War Crimes Prosecutor Serge Brammertz marked the Fifteenth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, by reaffirming their commitment to bringing those responsible for the deaths of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys to justice. Cameron issued a statement calling the massacre …

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