Dozens of sheep have been eerily walking around in a circle for 12 days straight in northern China’s Inner Mongolia region.
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The imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher can now appeal her decision to the High Court, as well as the points of law he lost when the magistrate’s court initially blocked the extradition.
His fate now lies in the hands of UK home secretary Priti Patel.
Social justice advocates have slammed judiciary officials in the US state of South Carolina for the resumption of executing death row inmates by firing squad, calling the practice “barbarous”.
Those spreading “false information” on the work of the embassies and other entities face up to 15 years in jail.
A new “dangerous” character trait dubbed “dark empathy” has been identified by scientists — but do you possess it?
In just the last 48 hours, dozens of stories, images, narratives and videos have circulated as being taken from the fighting in Ukraine, a huge percentage of which are fake.
“I’m Hōkūleʻa, the surfing cat. I own two hoomans. I live Aloha and I love the waves.”
Insider and other media have identified numerous US lawmakers not complying with the federal STOCK Act. Their excuses range from oversights, to clerical errors, to inattentive accountants. Ethics watchdogs — and even some in Congress — want to ban lawmakers from trading individual stocks.
Sifting through over 30,000 grants in the company’s database, MintPress can reveal that the Gates Foundation has bankrolled hundreds of media outlets and ventures, to the tune of at least $319 million.
The six-month sentence was the maximum prison term that disbarred human rights lawyer Steven Donziger, 60 and a Harvard Law graduate, could be given on the six misdemeanor counts he faced after helping to obtain a $9.6 billion settlement against Chevron.
Steven Donziger’s legal saga has demonstrated deep-rooted conflicts of interest in the judicial system when it comes to climate justice.
A major witness in the United States’ Department of Justice case against Julian Assange has admitted to fabricating key accusations in the indictment against the Wikileaks founder.