Julian Assange: British justice authorizes the challenge of his extradition to the United States before the Supreme Court

Julian Assange British justice authorizes the challenge of his

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on January 13, 2020 in London. HENRY NICHOLLS / REUTERS The legal saga is not over yet. The High Court of London authorized, Monday, January 24, the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, to challenge before the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom the court decision authorizing his extradition to the United … Read more

‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’: thirst for justice and revenge | The Panama Press

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri thirst for justice and revenge

Added to corruption, a deteriorating environment, rampant unemployment, poverty that does not stop, the food crisis that is getting worse, racism and xenophobia that are growing, a half freedom, plus the reign of despotism, a unequal and state waste … wow! … an uncertain future in the making, there is another social evil that hits … Read more

Ben Affleck Describes Working On Justice League: ‘It Was Awful’

Ben Affleck Describes Working On Justice League It Was Awful

Affleck joins many of his co-stars who have talked about their poor experiences shooting the movie, particularly during Joss Whedon’s reshoots. In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Ben Affleck, former Batman actor, described working on Justice League (2017) as “the worst experience.” Affleck joins many of his co-stars who have already talked … Read more

Epstein case: a complaint for sexual assault against Prince Andrew deemed admissible by American justice

Epstein case a complaint for sexual assault against Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew, here in June 2020, is the subject of a civil lawsuit in New York. LINDSEY PARNABY / AFP The decision of the American justice was at least expected. Lawyers for British Prince Andrew have not obtained from the judge of the federal court in Manhattan the dismissal of a civil complaint for “sexual … Read more

Moroccan justice authorizes the extradition of a Uighur to China

Moroccan justice authorizes the extradition of a Uighur to China

Protesters gathered outside the Chinese Embassy in London on December 9, 2021. ALBERTO PEZZALI / AP The Moroccan Court of Cassation has approved the extradition of a Chinese, member of the Muslim Uighur minority, arrested on his arrival in Morocco in July and wanted by China for “terrorist acts”, his lawyer announced. , Thursday December … Read more

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