A federal appeals court in Los Angeles overturned the decision to house homeless people living on the streets of Skid Row in a controversial ruling on Thursday. The judgment means that Los Angeles County will not be legally required to house homeless people in Skid Row. A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals [...]

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The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled Tuesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved the assassination of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko. Litvinenko died in 2006 due to drinking green tea poisoned with a radioactive isotope Polonium-210 in a London Hotel. Acting as an officer for the FSB security, Litvinenko was a consistent critic [...]

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The Kenyan Court on Wednesday found that former sports minister Hassan Wario was guilty of anti-corruption. He was charhed with embezzling funds for athletes in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. His initial arrest over these claims took place in October 2018. The former sports minister maintained his innocence, pleading not guilty to all counts of [...]

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UK law firm PGMBM initiated court proceedings on Monday against the government over the Hotel Quarantine Policy, requiring that returners from “red list countries” quarantine for 11 days in a hotel to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Currently, the stay costs approximately £2,285 per passenger, regardless of whether the person is double vaccinated. PGMBM claims [...]

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Taliban leaders have contradicted their promises of women’s rights rights, according to a statement from UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Monday. The High Commissioner expressed concern over the increasing restrictions on women’s movement, stating that women are “progressively excluded from the public sphere.” The mounting reports confirm that the Taliban are [...]

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The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) filed a criminal complaint in  Germany on Monday accusing five retailers of using forced labor in Xinjing in their production line. In a press statement by the ECCHR, information has found that companies including Lidl, Aldi, Hugo Boss, and others have “allegedly directly or indirectly abetted [...]

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The Gloucester County School Board agreed to pay $1.3 million on Wednesday, settling a six-year discrimination case against Gavin Grimm, a transgender student who the school refused to let use the boys’ restroom. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) representing Grimm filed a lawsuit in 2015 after the student, who was a sophomore at the time [...]

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Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) reported on Thursday that gunmen have killed 150 civilians in an armed attack. The attack in the Gida Kiremu district of western Ethiopia is suspected to have been committed by Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) a division of the banned Oromo Liberation Front according to the Commission. The state-appointed, but independent [...]

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The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Wednesday overturned a panel decision and upheld Texas Senate Bill 8 (SB8), which seeks to prohibit a specific type of dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion method. In a plurality decision, Circuit Judges Jennifer Walker Elrod and Don Willett wrote that the lower US District Court [...]

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