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China over West Philippine Sea March 30, 2014 3:11pm Defying China's warnings, the Philippines on Sunday pressed ahead with the submission of a crucial arbitration document packed with evidence and legal arguments seeking to invalidate China's
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Noel Sloley has knocked a proposal from his opposition colleague, Alexander Williams, on how Jamaica should go about establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the country's final appellate court. At the same time, Sloley, who was closing
MailTribune.com My granddaughter recently came home from a birthday party with a goodie bag with trinkets and toys that were made in China. I know they were Chinese-made, because each finger trap, yo-yo and plastic figurine had a sticker or marking
India at the last moment realized that this intrusive, country specific resolution was establishing a precedent and could be used against even the mighty India, hence the abstention. Sri Lanka has every right to refuse co-operation with this
California Only eight percent of eligible immigrants apply for US citizenship every year, according to Linda Lopez, chief of immigrant affairs the Los Angeles Mayor's office. Lopez and representatives of various immigrant advocacy groups expressed
The framework for New Zealand's formal international cooperation in criminal matters is currently governed by the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act 1992 and the Extradition Act 1999, as well as numerous bilateral and multilateral treaties.
Egyptian Cabinet has referred to the State Council Administrative Court for legal review. The first consists of amendments to provisions related to the crime of terrorism in the penal code while the second deals with the procedural aspects relating
Foreign offenders awaiting deportation are being locked up for years after their sentences have ended in a potential breach of their human rights, the immigration watchdog has warned. They are being held in detention, at the cost of tens of thousands
She stressed that, "unless there is an American commitment to treat Palestinians equally and to hold Israel accountable, there is no hope for peace." Ashrawi's statements came during her meeting with Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues,