Thailand’s Constitutional Court on Tuesday ruled that key figures of Thailand’s opposition political party, Future Forward, were not guilty of seeking to overthrow the country’s monarchy. The charges were based on social media posts and academic publications made by the members before the party was founded. The members were also charged with being linked with [...]

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The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two cases Monday, the first conducted in 2020. The first case, Lucky Brand Dungarees v. Marcel Fashions Group, asks whether, when a plaintiff raises new claims, a defendant can raise new defenses that were not actually litigated in any prior cases between the parties. The US Court [...]

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Turkey announced Monday that they had begun repatriating captured foreign ISIS militants, beginning with the deportation of an American citizen and a Danish national. Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu announced last week that Turkey would begin sending militants back to their home countries, even those whose citizenship has been stripped. The process of deporting numerous [...]

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A bill introduced in the House of Representatives on Tuesday would authorize a referendum on Puerto Rican statehood, to be voted on by the commonwealth’s citizens on November 3, 2020. Such a referendum would mark the third time Puerto Ricans have voted on statehood since 2012. Puerto Rico’s non-voting representative Jenniffer González-Colón says that statehood [...]

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