PM Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament less than two months before Britain is due to leave the EU was unlawful, a Scottish court rules.
Moves taken, under the state of emergency declared in the aftermath of a 2016 coup bid, include dismissal from public service, cancellation of scholarships, annulment of the ranks of retired personnel and closure of some institutions.
The bill's sponsors want to give conservatives on the US Supreme Court a chance to gut abortion rights nationwide, but Democrats and abortion rights advocates criticised the bill as a slap in the face to women voters.
The 1,400 representatives, meeting in Geneva reached the agreement after 12 days' discussion on what Rolph Payet, Executive Secretary of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) called "one of the world’s most pressing environmental issues".
US announced it will lift the suspension on lawsuits of Cuban entities for using properties confiscated after its 1959 revolution, further tightening a trade embargo on the country.
Lawmakers voted on the first substantial changes to New Zealand's gun laws in decades, reforms which will ban the use and circulation of semi-automatics. The bill must now receive royal assent from the governor general to become law.
Minorities and stateless people are constantly stigmatised as 'outsiders' in Thailand. Hundreds of thousands are falling through the cracks in the system when they could be contributing to Thailand's ageing labour force.
Abdul Aziz is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch after leading the gunman in a cat-and-mouse chase before scaring him into speeding away in his car.
The US announces it will revoke or deny visas to members of the International Criminal Court involved in investigating the actions of US troops in Afghanistan or other countries.
Mehdi Nemmouche was found guilty of murdering four people at a Jewish museum in Belgium's capital. His alleged accomplice, Nacer Bendrer, was found guilty of supplying the revolver and assault rifle used in the killings.
Kaepernick and former San Francisco 49ers teammate Eric Reid both filed a lawsuit against the NFL saying owners and officials colluded to keep them off NFL rosters for their decision to make a kneeling protest during the US anthem
The country's new chief justice says the request to review her acquittal was rejected on merit. The Christian woman sentenced to death in 2010 in what swiftly became Pakistan's most infamous blasphemy case.
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