Consumer rights organization Euroconsumers announced Monday that it is coordinating a third class action lawsuit against Apple Inc. over the technology giant’s planned iPhone obsolescence. The lawsuit was filed in Italy and “seeks compensation of at least €60 on average for owners of iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus.” Euroconsumers is taking action [...]

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Egyptian prisons are rife with human rights abuses, according to a Monday report from Amnesty International. “What do I care if you die?” Negligence and denial of health care in the Egyptian prisons, the 74-page report, looked into eight key issues: mass arbitrary detention policy; cruel and inhuman detention conditions; barring prisoners’ contact with family; [...]

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The US Supreme Court on Monday closed the door on two separate lawsuits alleging that former president Donald Trump violated the “emoluments clauses” of the US Constitution by financially benefiting from his properties in New York and Washington while in political office. The court, in a series of short orders, found the cases to be [...]

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A group of “concerned Kentucky citizens,” including three grand jurors from Breonna Taylor’s case, announced a petition to impeach special prosecutor and state Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Friday. Jurors accuse Cameron of “abuse of office and breach of duties of professional responsibility and ethics” and “misrepresenting to the nation the findings of the grand [...]

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Central African Republic (CAR) officials on Sunday surrendered war crimes Mahamat Said Abdel Kani to the International Criminal Court (ICC). An ICC investigation carried out by Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda in 2014 resulted in an arrest warrant accusing him of war crimes and crimes against humanity. According to the ICC press release, Said is suspected [...]

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A California lawmaker introduced a bill in the state Senate on Friday that aims to change expert testimony and forensic evidence legal standards. This bill seeks to make it easier for falsely accused individuals to challenge wrongful convictions. Inaccurate expert testimony and faulty forensic science can lead to wrongful convictions. According to a report from [...]

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A Ugandan court on Monday ordered security forces to stop surrounding the home of opposition leader Bobi Wine. Wine, whose real name is Robert Kyagulani, has been under house arrest since the January 14 presidential election. In November Wine was detained for allegedly violating the government’s COVID-19 rules by holding political rallies. His detention sparked [...]

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Dominion Voting Systems sued Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani Monday for defamation following his post-election statements regarding their voting machines. The lawsuit filed in the US District Court for the District of Columbia, alleges that Giuliani’s defamatory statements gave rise to more than $650 million in damages, and the company seeks a total of $1.3 [...]

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The 3rd Panel Chamber of the Istanbul Regional Court of Justice Friday overturned the acquittal of nine of the 16 defendants implicated in the 2013 Gezi Park protest against the removal of trees in the park, ordering that the case be sent back to the court of first instance for a retrial. The nine defendants [...]

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Argentina’s Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy Law, approved by the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate last month came into force Sunday. The law gives a choice to women and other gender identities to terminate their pregnancy within 14 weeks of pregnancy. Beyond 14 weeks, pregnancy can be terminated only in cases of rape, or when [...]

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