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Not Only Does Israel Break International Law, But It Also Breaks Its Own!
World  (tags: Israel, Defense, Ministry, breaks, law, supreme, court, ruling, halt, separation, barrier, wall, West, Bank, Palestinians, uproots, 1, 500-year, old, olive, trees, Beit, Jala, south, Jerusalem, Roman, Catholic, Cremisan, Monastery )

Sam
- 1279 days ago - ibtimes.com
Israel resumed building a separation barrier near Beit Jala in the West Bank, despite the country's supreme court ruling to halt construction. Excavators continued to uproot 1,500-year-old olive trees to erect the barrier.
Israel Will Invoke the Rabbi Defense at the ICC
World  (tags: ICC, international, criminal, court, Israel, Palestine, war, crimes, against, humanity )

Sam
- 1320 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Israel will "engage" with the International Criminal Court probing alleged war crimes, but only to question the tribunal's right to investigate Palestinian complaints.
Jerusalem Is NOT the Capital of Israel
World  (tags: Israel, Jerusalem, Capital, disputed, US, policy, victory, Palestinians, Supreme, Court )

Sam
- 1352 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Being born in Jerusalem doesnâEUR(TM)t mean youâEUR(TM)re born in Israel.
It's Time for Israel to Face the Music
World  (tags: Israel, crimes, against, humanity, war, Hague, ICC, International, criminal, court, Palestine )

Sam
- 1493 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court launched a preliminary probe that could clear the way for a full-scale investigation into possible war crimes in Palestinian territories -- plunging the court into this politically charged conflict.
If Hamas Is Not Above the Law, Why Should Israel Be?
World  (tags: Israel, Palestinians, Hamas, ICC, International, Criminal, Court, Hague )

Sam
- 1640 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Hamas has signed a proposal for the Palestinians to apply to join the International Criminal Court.
Israel's Occupation Of Palestinian-Claimed Territories Ruled Legal By French Court
World  (tags: Israel, Palestinian Territories, PLO, ASPF, Legal, Court, France, Fine, conflict )

Jay
- 2097 days ago - camera.org
the Versailles Court of Appeal ruled that the Israeli occupation of territories claimed by Palestinians is legal. The judicial decision put an end to a long process initiated by the French-Palestinian Solidarity Association (ASPF) & the PLO & fined them
10 Important Court Cases That Every American Should Know About
World  (tags: Court, Constitution, Law, Cases, American, Students )

Sophie
- 3052 days ago - onlinecolleges.org
In order to better understand the court and the nation that birthed it, the article has collected ten important court cases that every American should know about. They include interpretation of the Constitution, basic rights.
Federal Judge Stepping Down
World  (tags: obama, court, federal judge, San Francisco, court )

Sophie
- 3063 days ago - kpho.com
The San Francisco-based federal court says Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker notified President Barack Obama by letter on Wednesday that he will leave the court in February.
U.S. Court Rules Against Obama's Stem Cell Policy
World  (tags: US court, obama, stem cell, human stem cell, court )

Sophie
- 3101 days ago - reuters.com
A U.S. district court issued a preliminary injunction on Monday stopping federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research, in a slap to the Obama administration's new guidelines on the sensitive issue.
ON THIS DAY - 1964: 'Great Train Robbers' Get 300 Years
World  (tags: on this day, britain, uk, england, robbers, jail, court, great train robbery, train )

Chrissy
- 3595 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Some of the longest sentences in British criminal history have been imposed on men involved in the so-called "Great Train Robbery". Sentences totalling 307 years were passed on 12 men who stole £2.6m in used bank notes after holding up the night mail trai
Nazi Guard: German Prosecutors File Charges Against Demjanjuk
World  (tags: world, war, nazis, germany, munich, Holocaust, Demjanjuk, Ivan the Terrible, Sobibor, concentration camps, violence, politics, humanrights, justice, court, crime )

Tom
- 3632 days ago - spiegel.de
Public prosecutors in Munich have filed charges against John Demjanjuk on more than 29,000 counts of accessory to murder. Officials allege the 88-year-old, who lives in a Cleveland suburb, was a guard at the Sobibor death camp.
BBC NEWS | UK | | Nurse Guilty of Killing Patients
World  (tags: colin norris, nurse, hospital, insulin, murder, kill, court, patients, uk, britain )

Ceci
- 4004 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
A nurse has been found guilty of murdering elderly patients in his care at two Leeds hospitals. Colin Norris, 32, had denied killing the four women at Leeds General Infirmary and St James's Hospital in 2002 by injecting them with insulin.
Take Action: Ask Prime Minister Rudd to Stand Up for Whales - Australia
World  (tags: australia, petiton, whales, japan, kevin rudd, labor, australian whale sanctuary, southern ocean, court, government )

Chrissy
- 4051 days ago - community.hsus.org
The Australian Federal Court has confirmed that the Japanese whaling company Kyodo Senpaku Kaisha, Ltd. is in breach of Australian law when it kills hundreds of whales in the Australian Whale Sanctuary and has ordered that the hunt be stopped. PETITION!
Australian Court Bans Japanese Whalers From Antarctic Sanctuary
World  (tags: Australian, Court, Bans, Japanese, Whalers, terrorism, government, environment, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', usa, violence, middle-east, HumanRights, politics, war, world, bushadministration, politics, pentagon, military, freedoms, congress, americans, terrorism )

Tamme
- 4052 days ago - voanews.com
judge in Sydney has ruled that Japanese whalers in Antarctica are breaking Australian law, and has ordered them to stop their activities. The Federal Court decision applies to an Australian wildlife sanctuary that Japan does not recognize, and is unlike
SAfrica AIDS Activists to Take Government to Court
World  (tags: AIDS, activists, South African Governemnt, fear, panic, court, politics, HumanRights, ethics, government, law, rights, world )

Barbara
- 4204 days ago - reuters.com
South African AIDS activists said on Wednesday they planned to take the government to court again over its HIV strategy and said the sacking of a respected deputy health minister had caused "panic and fear". ...
 

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