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Poland protests against the government's judicial reforms against protests

WARSAW (Reuters) – On Tuesday, Poland resisted protests over the Conservative government's transformation of the judiciary, which came into force around midnight despite strong domestic opposition and legal action against changes in the European Union. Polish Supreme Judge Malgorzata Gersdorf speaks on July 3, 2018 in the Polish Parliament in Warsaw, Poland. Agencja Gazeta / Slawomir Kaminski on REUTERS Through …

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Poland moves against the Holocaust law, but urges the judicial overhaul

WARSAW – Only a few months after it was made illegal to accuse the Polish nation of complicity in the Holocaust, Poland moved on Wednesday to defuse the controversial law by eliminating criminal sanctions for offenders The United States States and other traditional allies had criticized the Polish government over the bill passed in February, which was condemned as largely …

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The judicial summons of the judge Peter Strzok is canceled

Special adviser Robert Mueller removed Strzok from his team last summer after an internal investigation revealed that Strzok had exchanged SMS with another FBI official demoting President Donald Trump. The deduction is scheduled for Wednesday. Since it will not be public, it is not clear if it will be released later. It is also not clear why Goodlatte issued a …

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Iran has to pay billions to 9/11 families, judicial rules of the USA

On Tuesday, a US judge ruled that Iran has to pay billions of dollars to the families of more than 1,000 9/11 victims. The default order was issued after Iran's 2004 response to a lawsuit for the country failed to support the kidnappers of September 11, 2001, ABC News reported. The ruling does not make the Islamic Republic more likely …

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Federal Judicial Rules The Trump Administration must accept new applications.

DACA supporters demonstrate on March 5 in the US Capitol. Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images A Bundestag The judge in Washington has most clearly rejected the rejection of the Trump administration for discontinuing the "Deferred Action for Children Arrivals" program by not just stating on Tuesday that the Administration Dreamers must continue to apply for renewal, but must also accept …

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Trump Judicial Nominee refuses to say if she agrees with separate schools

Federal Judge Wendy Vitter refused on Wednesday to say if she was in agreement with the groundbreaking civil rights case that desegregated public schools in the US. During her confirmation hearing, Vitter, President Donald Trump became a federal judge in the Eastern District of Louisiana, would not say if she believed that the Supreme Court, Brown v. Brown. Board of …

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