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Obscuring the Lines of Truth: The Alarming Implications of Deepfakes
Technology has always been a necessary evil but the advent of Deepfake has tilted the balance more towards the evil side. Deepfakes are an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technology used to morph a person’s face onto another and manipulate voice r (More)
Scandals Target the Pakistan Judiciary
Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), a political party that has ruled the country off and on in the past three decades, has released an audio-video montage claiming that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) judge, who convicted and sentenced former Pr (More)
Pakistan's Hyperactive Supreme Court
JURIST Guest Columnist L. Ali Khan of the Washburn University School of Law discusses troubling recent trends in the Pakistani Supreme Court...Judicial activism is a milder label to express what the Pakistan Supreme Court has done over the decades (More)
Burkina Faso high court announces Kabore as winner of presidential election
Burkina Faso's highest court on Tuesday announced results from last month's elections, declaring Roch Marc Christian Kabore winner of the presidency. Kabore won with 53 percent of the vote , confirming provisional results released shortly after the N (More)
Burkina Faso coup leader charged with crimes against humanity
The leader of last month's attempted military coup in Burkina Faso, General Gilbert Diendere, was charged Friday with crimes against humanity. Prosecutor Col. Sita Sangare, Burkina Faso's director of military justice said that he has charged 23 peop (More)
Leader of Burkina Faso coup to face military justice
The interim government of Burkina Faso on Thursday apprehended the leader of the week-long military coup in September, announcing that he will face military justice. Gilbert Diendere was a general in the national army and the alleged leader of the (More)
Madagascar parliament votes to impeach president
Madagascar's Parliament voted on Tuesday to remove President Hery Rajaonarimampianina from office for failing to deliver on promises. The parliament also alleged Rajaonarimampianina has violated the constitution, lacks respect for the government, (More)
Madagascar former president arrested upon return to country
Former president of Madagascar Marc Ravalomanana was arrested on Monday when he returned to the country after five years of living in exile in South Africa. Tear gas was fired and security forces were seen outside his house before he was detained, (More)
Thailand military suspends constitution, seizes control of government
Thailand's new military junta leader, General Prayuth Chan-ocha , announced on Thursday the military has seized control of the country and suspended its constitution. Chan-ocha became the leader of Thailand's army in 2010 and has proclaimed an inter (More)
Thailand armed forces impose martial law
The Thai military declared martial law in the Southeast Asian nation on Tuesday. Commander of the Thai army, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, has stated that the army's declaration is not a coup but will remain in place until "peace and order" has been r (More)
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