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Britain’s First Black Magistrate Eric Irons Honoured

Eric Irons, Britain’s first black magistrate and campaigner for social justice was commemorated outside the National Justice Museum in Nottingham on Wednesday. A commemorative plaque was unveiled...
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US Court Rejects Trump Challenge to Release of His Tax Returns

A US federal judge on Monday emphatically rejected President Donald Trump's challenge to the release of his tax returns to New York prosecutors, saying the...

Thai Deep South: Judge Recovering After Shooting Himself in Court

A judge in Thailand’s troubled Deep South was recovering Saturday after shooting himself inside a courtroom right after delivering a defiant verdict in a...

BREAKING: $9.6b Award: UK Court Orders Stay of Execution, Demands $200m Security Deposit

The English Commercial and Arbitration has ordered a stay of execution of the $9.6billion damages secured against Nigeria by Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID)...

US Federal Court Rules Women can legally go Topless in Six States

A federal court this week made it legal for women in six states to go topless. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a Fort...

South African Court Held Spanking Children Unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court has upheld a South Gauteng High Court ruling in 2017 to eliminate the common-law defence of reasonable chastisement when spanking a...

$11m Alleged Fraud: Obinwanne Okeke Pleads Not Guilty, Remanded in Prison

Obinwanne Okeke, the 31-year-old Nigerian held by American authorities for alleged fraud, entered a plea of not guilty to two counts of wire and...

Jury Indicts Obinwanne Okeke, May Forfeit $11 Million, Diamond Ring

A federal grand jury in the United States has indicted Obinwanne Okeke for $11 million fraud. The decision affirmed the investigation of the U.S. Department...

Trial of Woman who Killed Her Eight-Year-Old Stepson

The trial of a Dominican woman accused of murdering her eight-year-old stepson in a case that shocked Spain opened on Monday in the southern...

Xenophobia: South African Police Arrest 90 as Unrest in Cities Continues

South Africa's president condemned days of widespread looting and arson attacks on foreign-owned businesses across Johannesburg and the capital Pretoria, calling the violence "totally...