The European Commission asked three of the world’s largest pornography sites, Pornhub, Stripchat, and XVideos, on Thursday to ...
In the aftermath of the recent rescue of four Israeli hostages held in Gaza since Oct. 7, 2023, an analysis of such ...
Sharon Basch is a rising 3L at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and a JURIST staff correspondent in Washington DC ...
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on Thursday that Azerbaijan violated speech protections under the European ...
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday that Hungarian authorities' refusal of a citizen's request to end his life by physician-assisted death doesn't violate the European Convention on ...
Violence against children in armed conflict reached 'extreme levels' in 2023, rising by 21 percent to 30,705, UN Secretary-General António Guterres stated in a report on Thursday. According to ...
The Indian government has asked the Russian government to return the Indian citizens recruited by its army on Tuesday, with ...
Scotland MSPs voted in favor of releasing many prisoners early to address overcrowding in Scottish jails, in a meeting of the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday. Approximately 550 prisoners are ...
The UN Security Council on Friday adopted a UK-backed resolution on the situation in Sudan, demanding that Sudan’s paramilitary Rapid Support Forces halt its siege of El Fasher, the only capital in ...
The US Supreme Court sided with Starbucks on Thursday by determining that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) needed to follow a four-part test to establish unfair labor practices and for the ...
As the Core Group of Nations gathers in Romania on June 28 to deliberate over a pivotal draft statute, the international community faces a defining moment. This statute, which proposes the ...
South Korean prosecutors indicted Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung on Wednesday on bribery charges for allegedly ...