[JURIST] The Senate Governmental Affairs Committee has posted streaming video of its February 14 hearing [witness list] on President Bush's proposal to create a Terrorist Threat Integration Center co-ordinating the counterterrorism intelligence efforts of the FBI, CIA and other government agencies.
[JURIST] The University of Michigan Wednesday posted its briefs filed Tuesday with the US Supreme Court defending affirmative action admissions policies for the University of Michigan Law School [official website] (read the brief in Grutter v. Bollinger [PDF text]) and its undergraduate College for Literature, Science and the Arts (read the brief in Gratz v. Bollinger [PDF text]).
[JURIST] The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia confirmed Wednesday that the fourth Albanian indicted for crimes committed at a KLA prison in Kosovo has been arrested by Slovenian authorities (not in Vienna as originally reported on VOA). Read the full ICTY press release. Human Rights Watch has praised the arrests [HRW press release] as an "important step for the cause of justice in the Balkans."
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