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A nine-judge bench of Thailand’s Constitutional Court Wednesday unanimously acquitted  Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in a conflict of interest case lodged by 56 opposition leaders of the Pheu Thai Party. Pratyut was accused of violating the ethics clauses in the Constitution by overstaying in army accommodation years after his retirement as the Chief of [...]

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Uttar Pradesh police Saturday registered their first case under the Indian state’s newly promulgated anti-conversion ordinance. The case is based on a complaint by a Bareilly resident against Uvaish Ahmad, a Muslim man, who alleged that Ahmad had been stalking his daughter for more than a year, attempting to “coerce, coax, and allure” her into [...]

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Human rights group Vesna-96 said Sunday that more than 200 people have been arrested by the Belarus police during crackdowns on protests following the re-election of President Aleksander Lukashenko in August. Elections in Belarus have been condemned by both citizens of the country and international human rights groups since 2004, with opposition leaders often being [...]

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Mississippi voters Tuesday adopted Ballot Measure 2, which would remove the electoral vote requirement for elections to statewide offices, including the offices of the governor, lieutenant governor and secretary of state. Prior to the amendment, the state constitution of 1890 required statewide office candidates to secure both popular and electoral majorites under Sections 140 and [...]

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