Idaho is set to begin executing inmates by firing squad in cases where the state is unable to obtain lethal injection drugs as the increase in the number of pharmacies refusing to sell such drugs has caused several states to pivot to alternate methods of killing death-row inmates; Idaho would join four other US states, allowing exections by firing squad.
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A Black paralegal in London believes he was racially profiled after a stop and search for “looking suspicious” on his journey to work by several British Transport Police officers, and after filing a complaint with the BTP, he claims the incident has left him feeling “vulnerable and targeted.”
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The article discusses how the HBO series The Last of Us, based on a popular video game, cuts across standard left-right lines by featuring extreme skepticism of government and not favorably portraying either left-wing or right-wing alternatives, but instead emphasizing personal relationships and love.
An article discusses a horrific environmental catastrophe that took place in Turkey in February 2023, which was further exacerbated by the central government and local administrations, and had religious institutions, such as a Sufi cult seeking to gain from the young earthquake victims' destitution, resulting in two NGO complaints.
The United Nations Secretary General stated that gender equality is "300 years away" according to statistics from UN Women, owing to various forms of gender violence, lack of equal access to education and health, insufficient economic resources, and marginal participation in political life.
The article features several different blog posts by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) covering topics such as the organization's support for California legislation protecting people seeking abortion and gender-affirming care from digital surveillance, a fine given to a spyware and stalkerware producer in New York, and the importance of protecting end-to-end encryption and private messaging online.
The European Commission has accused Hungary of infringing Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and in doing so is attempting to address European rule of law crisis through the controversial Hungarian law which restricts information about transsexuality and homosexuality.
Georgia's Parliament has introduced a bill called "On the transparency of foreign influence" that includes a category of an "agent of foreign influence," which has the potential to be used as a totalitarian instrument of control, particularly given Georgia's history of Stalinist purges in the 1930s.
Reducing long sentences to as much as three years can have a low impact on public safety, according to the Council on Criminal Justice, with researchers finding the extra arrests that occurred when prison stays are shortened unlikely to be for violent crimes or weapons charges, while the report concludes that many older people serving long sentences have “aged out” of violent crime at the tail end of their sentences.
Ruhr University Bochum is offering a doctoral scholarship in combination with a research associate position in International Refugee and Migration Law/Human Rights of Asylum Seekers, with a focus on international, European or comparative public law and an opportunity to be a part of the SYLFF-Mikrokolleg “Forced Migration”.
The Spanish Senate approved the "Mar Menor Act" (Law 19/2022), granting legal personality to the Mar Menor lagoon and its basin, making it the first legal text in Europe to recognize a natural entity as a subject of rights and setting a precedent for global ecological justice.
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