Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison Thursday tabled a contentious piece of anti-discrimination legislation called the ‘Religious Discrimination Bill‘ before the lower house of parliament. The Religious Discrimination Bill, along with the Religious Discrimination (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2021 and the Human Rights Legislation Amendment Bill 2021, is meant to ensure Australians are protected from discrimination on [...]

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The Constitutional Court of Thailand ruled Wednesday that three anti-government activists who had called for a reform in the country’s powerful monarchy had violated the constitution by attempting to overthrow the institution. The ruling came in a case brought by royalist lawyer Natthaporn Toprayoon, who petitioned the court to consider whether the actions of the [...]

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The Khartoum District Court has ordered the country’s three main telecommunication providers—Zain, MTN and Sudani—to restore internet services immediately, after more than two weeks of internet shutdown following a coup by military leaders, according to Reuters. In the early hours of October 25, Sudan’s military dissolved the government and the Sovereign Council, a joint military and [...]

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