Amnesty International Condemns “Harassment” of Moroccan Human Rights Defenders

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Amnesty International said Morocco is stepping up their harassment of human rights defenders and activists with some activists having already been jailed for voicing their opinions on social media. Amnesty International accused Rabat of using bogus charges to detain activists, …

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Istanbul Court Transfers Saudi Journalist Murder Case to Riyadh

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A Turkish court on Thursday announced the suspension of the trial in absentia of 26 Saudis accused of the horrific killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 and transferred the case to the Saudi judicial authorities for further procedures. “No …

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Top EU Court Fines Poland €1 Million a Day Over Dispute in Judicial System Changes

The European Union’s top court ordered Poland on Oct. 27 to pay a daily penalty of €1 million ($1.2 million) for ignoring a ruling that it must suspend its controversial judicial reforms. The Court of Justice of the European Union …

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