international law

By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 28th, 2013
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Eritrea made a rare foray into international headlines on Monday Jan. 21, as news agencies and social media sites disseminated speculation of a coup attempt. Reliable information on events in Asmara is hard to come by, however, with the tiny East African nation being one of the world’s least open soc...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Nov 30th, 2012
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By Beny Gideon Mador 1. Application Of International Law In South Sudan Domestic Courts. The Republic of South Sudan is a country amongst other family of nations that lastly joined the United Nations (UN) on 14 July 2011; African Union (AU) on 27 July, 2011 and subsequent ratification and accession t...
By benim
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Dec 14th, 2010
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London – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will appear in a British court on Tuesday in a second attempt to win bail after he was arrested over allegations of sex crimes in Sweden. The 39-year-old Australian makes his second appearance at court in London since his detention one week ago under an...
By benim
In Europe
Dec 10th, 2010
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Former WikiLeaks volunteers are planning to launch a rival whistle-blowing website next week amid growing indications that the US government is on the verge of filing its own charges against Julian Assange. Lawyers for the 39-year-old Australian said yesterday that they believed American prosecutors ...
By benim
In Europe
Dec 10th, 2010
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The 1,500-strong network of online activists has already sabotaged the websites of MasterCard, Visa and the Swedish government with millions of bogus visits. The attacks, termed “Operation Payback”, came after the credit card companies and PayPal, an online payment firm, announced that they would no ...
By benim
In Australia
Dec 9th, 2010
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THE Government has elaborated on its position on WikiLeaks, saying both the initial leaking of classified documents and their subsequent distribution by the controversial website is likely to be illegal. “The unauthorised obtaining of the information may well be an offence,” Attorney-Gene...
By benim
In Asia
Dec 8th, 2010
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has pledged to fight moves to extradite him to Sweden after he was refused bail at a court appearance in London. The 39-year-old has been remanded in custody after appearing before magistrates on an extradition warrant for questioning on sexual assault charges in Swed...
By benim
In Asia
Dec 7th, 2010
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There has been a new extradition warrant for Assange’s arrest. The arrest is for questioning re two alleged sexual assaults in Sweden. Note that it is for questioning. He is expected to appear in court tomorrow to discuss the Swedish extradition warrant. The Guardian newspaper was told by repre...