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Supreme Court judges may have trumps in the DACA case: NPR

The DACA plaintiffs seized on Tuesday the steps of the US Supreme Court after the judges joined in the consolidation of three cases before the court with oral arguments over the Trump government's offer to end the program of postponement the arrival of children. Jonathan Ernst / Reuters Hide Caption Switch caption Jonathan Ernst / Reuters The DACA plaintiffs took …

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The court challenges the groundless search of travelers' laptops and phones worldwide

A federal court ruled Tuesday that searches of electronic devices owned by international travelers in US ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment if they are carried out without individual suspicion and yield a profit to the advocates of privacy rights. Boston emerged from a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation for eleven …

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The Supreme Court is negotiating a program that protects some dreamers

AUSTIN, Texas – An attorney, a teacher, a doctoral student, and a student gathered in the sixth-floor courtroom one afternoon to discuss their shared dreams and nightmares. The dreams are of a future in the United States full of university degrees and successful careers, home ownership and happy families. The nightmares are that they lose their college loans, driver's licenses, …

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DACA finally lands in front of the Supreme Court after Trump's years of battle

The longtime US citizens who benefit from DACA – so-called dreamers – have joined forces to maintain the program, arguing that they usually played no part in their parents' decision to bring them into the country, And now essentially Americans are in almost all ways, with the exception of their legal status. The dreamers, many of whom are pupils and …

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DACA goes to the Supreme Court and all eyes are on Chief Justice John Roberts

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will take up the Trump government's plan to end safeguards protecting some 660,000 immigrants from deportation, and legal experts assume that all eyes are on the likely tie-breaker Chief Justice John Roberts. ROBERTS SAYS THAT SUPREME COURT CAN NOT BE AFFECTED BY POLITICS Launched under an Obama-era Executive Order, DACA gives some undocumented immigrants who …

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Rohingya Crisis: Gambia accuses Myanmar of genocide at UN Supreme Court

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title The Rohingya stamp for two years in exile. The small West African nation Gambia has filed a lawsuit at the United Nations Supreme Court, in which Myanmar was formally charged with genocide against Rohingya Muslims. It was filed with the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which usually decides disputes between …

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DACA lands in the Supreme Court: Showdown over Trump to end the Dreamer program

Trump Calls on the Supreme Court to Demolish the DACA The Supreme Court is preparing for a series of lawsuits calling into question the President's efforts to end the Obama program. Judge Andrew Napolitano, Senior Judicial Analyst at Fox News, gives insight. The long-standing battle for the Trump government's goal of ending the Obama program for young undocumented immigrants, known …

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This Harvard Law student and DACA recipient looks to the Supreme Court: NPR

Mitchell Santos Toledo is one of 700,000 DACA recipients whose fate could be decided by the US Supreme Court, which hears arguments this week about the program for deferred arrivals of children. Laura Beltrán Villamizar / NPR Hide caption Caption switch Laura Beltrán Villamizar / NPR Mitchell Santos Toledo is one of 700,000 DACA receivers whose fate could be decided …

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filed a lawsuit for genocide in Myanmar at the United Nations Court

However, this may also include disputes arising from the Convention on the Punishment and Prevention of Genocide, which was introduced in an earlier case when Bosnia sued Serbia for genocide. The Convention covers "acts intended to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group as such". In his lawsuit, Gambia claims that this applies to …

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