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German court sentences former Syrian colonel to life in prison

Landmark ruling sees Anwar Raslan convicted for crimes against humanity in Damascus jail a decade ago.

German court sentences Syrian to life in prison for crimes against humanity

(1st UPDATE) The verdict gives hope to many of the 800,000 Syrians in Germany after attempts to establish an international tribunal for Syria failed

Ex-Syria intelligence official jailed for life in Germany for crimes against humanity

A German court today sentenced a former intelligence officer in Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's security services to life in prison after convicting him of murder, rape and crimes against humanity ...

Syrian victims brace for verdict in landmark torture trial

German court to deliver judgement on the highest ranking official to be tried for atrocities committed in Syria.

Guantanamo Bay: 'The legal equivalent of outer space' | Human Rights

How the US decided on a place where suspected ‘terrorists’ could be jailed without legal protections after 9/11.

He pleaded guilty in terrorism case, did his time and now may lose his American citizenship

The family always maintained that the case was unjust, counting Abdulrahman Farhane, a Moroccan-born naturalized U.S. citizen, among those they believe were persecuted in the government's post-911 roundup of Muslims, which often relied on controversial sting operations.

Israeli airstrikes in Syria targeted chemical weapons facilities, officials say

According to current and former intelligence and security officials briefed on the matter, the June 8 strike was part of a campaign to stop what Israeli officials believe was a nascent attempt by Syria to restart its production of deadly nerve agents.

Jonathan, Fayemi, others honoured at 10th anniversary of Freedom of Information Act

Mr Jonathan was conferred with special recognition for his “bold and patriotic” act in signing into law the Freedom of Information Bill.

The New Humanitarian | Syrian war crimes on trial in Germany: Will justice be lost in translation?

When justice happens far away and is conducted in a foreign language, who is it really for?

Denmark: Plan to further limit 'non-Western' residents draws ire | Housing News

The government has proposed further reducing the number of ‘non-Western’ residents allowed to live in some areas.

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