Articles by Judiciary
Russia Bans Transgenders From Driving On Roads
January 20 2015 1:24 AM
The Russian government has passed a bill which included that transgenders would not qualify for obtaining their drivers' license.
Egypt Blasts Amal Clooney For Wrongful Allegations That She Was Threatened With Arrest
January 07 2015 4:34 PM
Egyptian government has released an official statement clarifying that Amal Clooney was never threatened in the country.
Amal Clooney Was Threatened With Arrest In Egypt
January 04 2015 3:42 PM
Amal Clooney has opened up in an interview to share her concern over one of her client Mohamed Fahmy who is detained in Egypt and is allegedly is the victim of flawed judiciary system of the country.
Cairns Mother Who Allegedly Stabbed Eight children To Death Likely Not To Face Trial
December 23 2014 4:53 PM
The Cairns mother may never get charged for stabbing eight children to death.
Five Most Unsafe Countries For Female Tourists
December 05 2014 1:04 AM
Here are five countries where women should think twice before travelling to.
U.S. Attorney General: Obama Not To Announce Name Before Senate Polls Get Over In November
October 15 2014 3:14 PM
Incumbent Eric Holder had an active stint and hopefully the new choice must match his legacy.
Iran President Hassan Rouhani ‘Defends’ Six Iranians Arrested for Dancing to Pharrell Williams’ ‘Happy’
May 22 2014 11:21 AM
Six Iranians were arrested after they had recorded themselves while dancing and singing. Later they posted the video on YouTube. According to the local police, the people who were arrested had been dancing to the Pharrell Williams chartbuster song “Happy.”
Yingluck Shinawatra No Longer Thailand’s PM, But Crisis Continues
May 08 2014 2:13 PM
Yingluck Shinawatra is no longer Thailand's Prime Minister after a court found her guilty of abusing power that led to a prolonged political crisis that has spurred a number of violent protests.
Jordan McLean Faces Suspension for Wrong Tackle That Broke Alex McKinnon’s Neck
April 03 2014 4:01 PM
Following the devastating tackle that led to Alex MacKinnon's severe neck injury, the NRL judiciary suspended Jordan McLean of Melbourne Storm for upcoming seven matches
Au Lifts Travel Ban to Fiji
March 31 2014 2:47 PM
Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop announced lifting bans against travelling to Fiji
Newcastle Knights Dedicated the Season to Alex McKinnon
March 27 2014 5:55 PM
Captain Kurt Gidley of Newcastle Knights have dedicated the remaining NRL season to the team-mate Alex McKinnon, who is currently under recovery from spinal surgery.
Cronulla Skipper Paul Gallen Out for Six Weeks
March 11 2014 9:50 PM
Skipper Paul Gallen of Cronulla Sharks will be out of the game after his severe ankle sprain that occurred on Monday night's NRL match with Gold Coast
Canadian People Do Not Trust National Justice System Much, Study Reveals
February 18 2014 11:21 AM
Canadian citizens hardly have any trust in the legal system of justice in the country
China Plans to Create 'Independent and Impartial' Judiciary
November 14 2013 4:32 PM
Even as China works its way up as a market oriented economy, a widely held belief is that China’s judicial system is failing in its role as an independent and impartial arbitrator of the rule of law. With the judiciary playing an increasingly important role in driving a market economy, it is now being widely accepted in China that the judicial reforms; aimed at creating a fair, efficient and predictable dispute settlement and criminal justice system are a must.
Measures To Stop ‘Revenge Porn’, Online Bullying Imposed in California
October 04 2013 2:50 PM
California Senate has taken strong measures to curtail “Revenge Porn” and online bullying. A new bill now arms the judiciary and the police to take on such crimes, the punishment can be in the form of fines and jail time.
New Zealand Judge Implies Blame on Female German Victims for Sex Assault "Dressed as they were"
September 19 2013 3:20 PM
A New Zealand High Court judge said the man who was accused of assaulting two female German tourists was acquitted because the women were foolish enough to walk the streets of Auckland "dress as they were."
Egypt Crisis: Reconciliation Not in the Offing; Morsi Group Not in Interim Gov't
July 16 2013 1:46 PM
With a number of cabinet appointments made by the interim government, there is a strong feeling that former President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood will be left out of the new government.Many Egyptians feel that alienating the conservative group would result in a cyclical process that would lead to more violence in the future.
The Police Tops Transparency International’s List of 5 Most Corrupt Institutions
July 11 2013 2:43 PM
Corruption and bribery are becoming more widespread globally, said a survey of 114,000 people across 107 countries made by Berlin-based watchdog Transparency International.
“Democratic Values” Vital For Turkey’s EU Bid, Says Merkel
July 01 2013 10:37 AM
Reacting on an EU decision to postpone a new round of membership talks for at least four months, Merkel told the German parliament this week that Turkey's membership in the European Union is conditional on respect for human rights and political reform in Ankara.
Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Chastain, Scarlett Johansson and Amanda Seyfried, Who’s Up to Do the Hillary Clinton Biopic?
May 29 2013 4:17 PM
The production for the Hillary Clinton biopic is eyeing the four celebrities to portray the role of Hillary Clinton