Legal news from Sunday, July 11, 2010
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[JURIST] US Attorney General Eric Holder [official website] said during an interview [transcript] Sunday on CBS's Face the Nation that no final decision has been reached as to whether accused 9/11 conspirators, such as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed [BBC profile; JURIST news archive], will be tried in civilian court or by [read more]

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[JURIST] More than 1,000 protesters marched through the streets of Toronto on Saturday to demand transparent public inquiries into police action in connection with last month's Group of 20 (G-20) summit [official website]. Nearly 1,000 arrests were made before and during the G20, making it the largest mass arrest in [read more]

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[JURIST] The Cuban government on Saturday freed the first of 52 political prisoners who will be released as part of an agreement [JURIST report] with the Roman Catholic Church [church website], which was brokered by Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos [official website, in Spanish]. According to reports, three of [read more]

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[JURIST] British Prime Minister David Cameron [official website] and UN Chief War Crimes Prosecutor Serge Brammertz [official profile] marked the Fifteenth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre [JURIST news archive], by reaffirming their commitment to bringing those responsible for the deaths of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys to [read more]

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