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The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) Wednesday filed a criminal complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the “atrocious crimes” of detaining and intercepting Libyan refugees and returning refugees to Libya. Some of the accused include high-ranking officials of EU Member States such as Italy and Malta and other EU agencies. [...]

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The US Supreme Court Tuesday heard oral arguments regarding Texas and Louisiana’s challenge to the Biden administration’s immigration policy. The court asked the parties to address three legal issues: (1) whether the states had legal right to bring their lawsuit; (2) the legality of the policy itself; and (3) whether the district courts had power [...]

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A Georgia state judge Tuesday overturned Georgia’s Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act, also known as the Heartbeat Bill, ruling it unconstitutional from the time it was drafted. Judge Robert C.I. McBurney found that two sections of the LIFE Act were void because of this. The sections at issue criminalized abortions once a fetus [...]

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A judge for the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida Thursday ordered sanctions against former President Donald Trump’s legal team for a “frivolous” lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and other defendants. Judge Donald Middlebrooks ordered Trump’s attorneys to pay $50,000 to the court and more than $16,000 in legal fees to defendant Charles [...]

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US District of Columbia Attorney General Karl A. Racine Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Washington Commanders, team owner Dan Snyder, the National Football League (NFL) and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for misrepresenting a toxic workplace investigation. The Commanders’ workplace has faced allegations of sexual harassment, verbal abuse and other misconduct for decades. Although defendants [...]

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The US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Beaumont Divison Tuesday granted a temporary restraining order to prohibit poll workers from harassing Black voters at a polling center in Beaumont, Texas. The order follows a lawsuit filed by Beaumont’s NAACP chapter alleging instances of harassment and racial discrimination at one of the county’s [...]

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The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Thursday instructed the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia to dismiss Marjorie Taylor Greene’s lawsuit over a challenge to her congressional candidacy. Green maintained her candidacy eligibility and is presently on the Georgia ballot, making the dispute moot. In March, a group [...]

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His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has found evidence of misconduct and misogyny across police forces in England and Wales, according to a Wednesday report. HMICFRS aimed to assess current vetting and counter-corruption capacity and capability in policing across England and Wales. The report also included details on the forces’ [...]

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The Biden administration Wednesday announced that the US is working to remove Iran from the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). US Vice President Kamala Harris stated that Iran is “unfit to serve” on the commission due to the denial of women’s rights and “brutal crackdown” on its own people. Harris said, “The [...]

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Chairwoman Carolyn B. Maloney of the Committee on Oversight and Reform Friday introduced the Abortion Care Awareness Act of 2022. This act would create a national public health, education, awareness and outreach campaign to provide accurate information about where and how to obtain abortion care ​in an attempt to enhance accessibility. The act directs the Secretary [...]

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