Former President Donald Trump appealed Monday a New York judge’s decision to impose $354.9 million in penalties on Trump and curtail his ability to do business in New York for fraudulently exaggerating his net worth to secure better loan terms. He now owes New York at least $454 million due to the interest on the [...]

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Canada’s government on Monday proposed draft legislation, known as Bill C-63, which aims to combat online hate and promote online safety through the enactment of the Online Harms Act. Bill C-63 also includes amendments to the Criminal Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act. The Online Harms Act, a key component of Bill C-63, proposes [...]

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Ethiopian authorities arrested French journalist Antoine Galindo for allegedly “conspiring with armed groups to create chaos” in the country, his employer announced Monday. Security forces in civilian clothing arrested Galindo on Thursday at a hotel in the capital, Addis Ababa, while he was interviewing a political officer of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF), Bate Urgessa. [...]

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Bulgarian authorities announced Monday that they had imposed an entry ban on two Russian nationals, alleging that they had set up false identities in order to engage in espionage. In the statement, they said that Vladimir Nikolayevich Gorochkin and Tatiana Anatolievna Gorochkina have been banned from entry and residence in the territory of any member [...]

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The New York County District Attorney’s Office requested on Monday that a New York state court place a gag order on former President Donald Trump. The order would bar Trump from making “prejudicial extrajudicial statements” during his upcoming falsified business records criminal case. In the 331-page request, District Attorney Alvin Bragg, Jr. argues that the [...]

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As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine bleeds into its third year, JURIST spoke with Anton Korynevych, Ambassador-at-large for Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and an expert in international criminal law. In their discussion, Korynevych and JURIST Interviews Managing Editor James Joseph discussed the imperative of establishing a Special Tribunal for the Crime of Aggression against Ukraine, [...]

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A close ally of recently deceased Alexei Navalny, Maria Pevchikh, claimed Monday that the Russian dissident was just days away from being freed in a prisoner exchange. Pevchikh said that an agreement had been reached, offering Navalny and two American citizens in exchange for FSB officer Vadim Krasikov, who is currently in prison in Germany [...]

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Iceland’s Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour invited immigrants on Monday to participate in a discussion on policy of immigrant matters. The meeting will take place in Reykjavik and aims to provide immigrants with an opportunity to “better integrate and actively participate in society.” There has been a push for immigration in Iceland in recent [...]

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The International Criminal Police Organization, better known as INTERPOL, aims to foster global law enforcement collaboration. With a mission to “connect police for a safer world,” it operates as a vital hub, facilitating the exchange of crucial information among police forces worldwide. At the heart of its operations lies a sophisticated alert system, known as [...]

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President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday that 31,000 Ukrainian soldiers had been killed since Russia’s full-scale invasion two years ago. This was Zelensky’s first release in over a year of public casualty figures since the beginning of Russia’s invasion, which has garnered accusations of violations of international law. Zelensky did not disclose the number of [...]

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