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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump over assassination of Qasem Soleimani
Tehran Prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr announced Monday that Iran has ordered through Interpol the arrests of 36 US political and military officials, including President Donald Trump, who were allegedly involved in the assassination of General Qasem Soleim (More)
China charges two Canadians with espionage
The Chinese government charged two Canadian nationals with espionage on Thursday.Both Canadians, former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor, were arrested in December 2018. Kovrig stands accused of acquiring state secrets, and (More)
Meng Wanzhou loses early challenge to US extradition
Associate Chief Justice H. Holmes of the Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled against Meng Wanzhou on Wednesday in her challenge to extradition to the US. She argued that the "double criminality" requirement for her extradition to the Eastern Dist (More)
The Annihilation of International Law and the Right to Freedom of Speech: Julian Assange
Julian Assange is an Australian hacker, famous for revealing US secrets relating to war crimes committed in Iraq and Afghanistan. A whole cache of classified information was published by Assange's organization WikiLeaks, which revealed the details of (More)
Hong Kong appeals court partially upholds face mask ban
The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal on Thursday partially upheld the special administrative region's recent ban on face masks during public gatherings.The ruling notes that "the expert evidence shows masks function as a facilitator of anonymity (More)
US indicts Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro
In a rare move, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) issued an indictment against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday. Maduro and 14 current and former Venezuelan officials have been charged with narco-terrorism, corruption, drug traffickin (More)
UK court begins Assange extradition hearing
The extradition hearings for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange began in a UK court on Monday. The hearing marked the beginning of a week of arguments, which will be followed by three weeks of hearings in May.District Judge Vanessa Baraister agreed (More)
Japan issues arrest warrants for men who smuggled former Nissan chairman out of country
Japanese officials issued a warrant Thursday for three men suspected of smuggling former Nissan chairman, Carlos Ghosn, from Japan. Among the three suspects is Michael Taylor, a former US Green Beret. These warrants follow after Japan issued a warran (More)
Japan issues arrest warrant for Carlos Ghosn's wife
Japanese authorities issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for Carole Ghosn, the wife of former Nissan executive Carlos Ghosn, on suspicion of having made false statements to a Tokyo court earlier this year. Mrs. Ghosn is currently in Lebanon with her hus (More)
Assange and the Myth of Due Process
Myths, often ancient traditional stories that are designed to prescribe moral or traditional values, are fantastical but also highly rational. That is because myths describe a commonly manifested belief on the way we view the world.In 1992, Profe (More)
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