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Woman Jailed 30 Years for Intentionally Inducing Abortion Acquitted 3 Years After

A Salvadoran court on Monday acquitted a woman accused of homicide after giving birth to a stillborn baby in a case that drew international...

[Download]: More Documents Emerge in Obinwanne Okeke’s $11m Fraud Trial

Additional documents relating to the arrest and ongoing prosecution of Obinwanne Okeke, a young Nigerian who was arrested for fraud earlier this month has emerged. Mr Okeke,...

Court-appointed Attorney to Defend Obinwanne Okeke

Rahul Sharma, an American criminal defence lawyer has been appointed as the lead counsel to Obinwanne Okeke, a Nigerian ‘businessman’ who was recently arrested...

Obinwanne Okeke Arraigned in American Court on Fraud Charges

Celebrated Nigerian entrepreneur and a Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 honoree Obinwanne Okeke may have beeb arraigned in an American court on August 9...

Triple Talaq: India Criminalizes Muslim ‘Instant Divorce’

India's parliament has approved a bill that makes the Muslim practice of "instant divorce" a criminal offence. "Triple talaq", as it's known, allows a husband...

UK Appeal Court Overturns Abortion Order Against Disabled Nigerian Woman

A controversial UK court decision to perform an abortion on a 22-weeks-pregnant mother, who has the mental capacity of a child, have been overturned...

Court Orders End to Internet Blackout in Sudan

A Sudanese court Sunday ordered authorities to end a nationwide internet blockade imposed by the ruling generals after a deadly crackdown on protesters earlier this month,...

UK Judge Orders Disabled Nigerian Woman to Abort 22-Week Pregnancy

A British judge has ordered a mentally ill woman of Nigerian descent to undergo an abortion, despite the objections of both the woman and...
Egypt's Former President Morsi gets 3 years in Jail for 'Insulting Judiciary'

Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi Dies During Trial

Former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi who was ousted in 2013 has died in Court. Morsi reportedly died on Monday after a court session where he...

Students from Kenya’s Strathmore University Beat their Harvard Counterparts in Global Law Competition

Students from Kenya’s Strathmore University School of Law became the first African team to win the John H. Jackson Moot Court on World Trade...